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Honors Scholars

Bass, Jennifer:
Bass was a graduate of the Mount Pleasant Christian Academy. After a stint raising children, she has attained a perfect GPA at NTCC. She has given many hours working with handicapped and disabled people.

Marisol Bautista:
Bautista, a MPHS graduate, was active in several charitable initiatives such as the community health fair, Adopt an Angel, and canned food drives. At NTCC her involvement with the Student Government Association (SGA) has made her an honors intermediary for charitable endeavors, architectural discussions, and SGA events.

Nathan Johnson:
Johnson was part of the MVHS troupe that won the state championship in One-Act Plays in 2014. He has won several Rotary Awards--for leadership, as Student of the Month, and scholarships. He was the Outstanding Tennis Player of 2014, a member of NHS, and the NSHSS. Johnson co-stars in the upcoming 2016 Honors film as Governor Jim (Pa) Ferguson.

Jones, Tanner:
Jones graduated from Pittsburg High School (PHS) where he was a member of the NHS, the band, and a squad leader of the Symphonic Band. He is one step away from becoming an Eagle Scout.

William Jones:
Jones has been homeschooled in Mount Pleasant. He plays the violin, has run in several 5ks, and half-marathons, and was part of the research team that traveled to Austin last May to research the Ferguson film.

Laney Jordan:
Jordan graduated as the salutatorian at Ore City High School. She played varsity softball, worked on the Student Council, and qualified for several state UIL events.

Kason Newman:
Newman graduated from PHS. He was a member of the NHS and the baseball team.

Gabriela Quezada:
Quezada was 2014 Cypress Bank Scholar of Honors Northeast. She has studied art at the University of Maryland. At NTCC as the program's all-time premiere artist, she has designed the logo and sign of Honors Northeast.

Genesis Quezada:
Is a native of El Salvador who emigrated with her sister (above) to Maryland, learned English rapidly, and still ranked in the top 5 percent of a prestigious high school, Northwestern, in a suburb of Washington, DC.

Emmalea Shaw:
Was the 2015 Salutatorian of Fruitvale High School. She was a regional medalist, and district champion in U.I.L. events, in math, literature and acting. She played varsity basketball, volleyball, track and softball, and made state in volleyball. She was on the Student Council, the NHS, and served in several charitable projects.

Jacob Smith:
Smith was the top student of the Christian Learning Center in Daingerfield, and has one of the highest ACT scores at NTCC. He won the President's Academic award from the NTCC faculty senate.

Alecia Spurlin:
Spurlin recently came to Winnsboro with her family from Tennessee. She was active in One Act Play, and invested hundreds of hours in community service projects as a volunteer for Trinity Mother Francis, the East Texas Child Advocacy Center, and Beta Club food drives.

Steven Vaught:
A graduate of DHS, Vaught won $300 and second place in the 2015 McGraw Hill Poster Contest for his study on the relation of math and music.

William Villalobos:
Villalobos, a Winnsboro graduate, produced the 2015 Honors film, and featured it at the meeting of the GPHC.

Zuniga, Hector:
Zuniga is a MPHS graduate with a perfect GPA at NTCC. He was on the research team that gathered the material for the script of the 2016 honors film.

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