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“Scholars Among Us” salutes top students, educators

Extra-special events and activities for Denison High School’s top graduating seniors would not be complete without one of the year’s most anticipated celebrations: the Denison Education Foundation’s “Scholars Among Us” dinner event at the Hilton Garden Inn.

Underwritten by First United Bank, the Regensburger Foundation and the Smith Foundation with profits earmarked for DISD classroom grants, the May 5th banquet honored the Top 10% and Socrates Scholars of the Class of 2022 and the teachers who had the greatest impact on their lives.

“This year’s Scholars Among Us event was a wonderful celebration of excellence for our students and their chosen teachers, as well as their entire families,” said DEF Executive Director Melanie Truxal. “The highlight of the annual event is always the video, which gives our top students a unique opportunity to express their heartfelt thanks to the educators who most influenced their lives, both personally and academically. Start to finish, it was a beautiful and memorable evening for a very special group of amazing students and teachers. We’re very grateful to our sponsors and table sponsors who make this event possible every year. We couldn’t do it without their generous support.”

The Top 10% and Socrates Scholars of the DHS Class of 2022 and their most influential educators are: Ian Akers – Staci Schneider, Allyson Ard – Linda Quiroa, Jose Ariza – Brandon Fisher, Addison Branum – Stacey Hricko, Soraya Brown – Daniel Allen, Annaka Clark – Danna Waddle, Christian Collum – Stacey Hricko, Baileigh Davis – Jennifer Brown, John Dornstadter – Brandon Fisher, Roni Douda – Heather Oatrout, Kannon Finch – Stacy Counce, Logan Fisher – Valerie Walters, Isaiah Geesey – Arthur Munoz, William Gillespie – Josh Knox, Axton Grams - Jan Grams, Hannah Grinspan – Charissa Burkhead, James Hall – Lisa Whitson, Ashlinn Hamilton – Leigh Anne Winger, Mason Hanson – Arthur Munoz, Jackson Harris – Lisa Whitson, Lukus Harris – Brandon Cates, Jaydin Harris – Sabrina Redwine, Kemberly Harvey – Dr. David Kirkbride, Jacqueline Hiberd – Jeremy Green, Drew House – Danna Waddle, Sophia Huffman- Hunter Sitz, Peyton Johnson – Sharla Mullens, Jenna King – Elizabeth Gibbs, Chloe Koberowski – Christi Mitchell, Cyrena Louis – Hunter Sitz, Cooper Mackay – Brittney Preston, Avery Martin – Rachel Ramer, Landry Massenburg – Sharla Mullens, James McClure - Staci Avila, Joseph Moody – Brandon Fisher, Kaleigh Neff – Gayle Bigelow, Mackenzie O’Rear – Jennifer Brown, Dashae Owen – Chelsey Scoggins, Madison Patterson – Steve Cherry, Brilee Payne – Aaron Bach, Haidyn Peterson – Trisa Dyer, Maggie Pierson – Sabrina Redwine, Aubry Redwine – Rachel Ramer, Hope Rhoads – Kris Allen, Grace Rhodes – Donna Ascher, Ainsleigh Richardson – Katherine Kasha, Brian Richardson – Valerie Walters, Lily Robinson – Staci Schneider, Crystal Sanchez – Staci Schneider, Luke Sparlin – Donna Ascher, Hannah Stone – Holley Murphy, Mackenzie Thompson – Angie Garner, Saray Torres – Brooke Morrison, Cielo Trevizo – Danna Waddle, Caitlyn Trobaugh – Kathryn Cheatham, Allison Turner – Trisa Dyer, and William Wallis – Nikki Douda Hawkins.



A group of proud DHS Socrates and Top 10% Scholars of the Class of 2022 gathered with teachers and family members last week at Hilton Garden Inn for the Denison Education Foundation’s annual Scholars Among Us banquet, which honors the exceptional achievements of the scholars as well as their chosen teachers who most influenced their lives.



Hugs, smiles and tears of appreciation are hallmarks of the Denison Education Foundation’s annual Scholars Among Us banquet, which honors and recognizes the top 2022 graduating DHS scholars and the educators who had the greatest impact on their lives.



Denison High School’s Class of 2022 Top 10% and Socrates Scholars recently gathered with their families and most influential educators at the Hilton Garden Inn for the much-anticipated Scholars Among Us dinner event, hosted annually by the Denison Education Foundation.



DHS Socrates and Top 10% scholars gathered to visit and pose for pics following this year’s “Scholars Among Us” banquet, hosted annually by the Denison Education Foundation to honor and recognize the exceptional achievements of Denison High School’s top graduating senior and the educators who had the greatest impact on their lives.

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