STARS ACCELERATED HIGH SCHOOL HOLDS SPRING GRADUATION
June 10, 2013
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STARS Accelerated High School held Spring graduation exercises on the evening of June 6, 2013, at Acton Baptist Church. Eighteen students received high school diplomas during the ceremony.
Principal Edwin Young presented the diplomas to the graduates. Superintendent Dr. James Largent congratulated each student, whose tassel was transferred by school board secretary Nancy Alana. Following the awarding of diplomas, the students presented roses to family members, friends, and others that helped them finish their high school education.
The graduates receiving their high school diplomas were: Christian Fidel Armendariz, Blaine Michael Baker, Chase Gerald Bolton, Taylor Michelle Brian, Brandon Duane Carlisle, Steven Matthew Chatman, Tell Allan Choat, Cheyanne Alexis Collinsworth, Kenneth Tate Durant, Lexi Leighann Free, Michael Cody Frost, Blaine Adair Hartman, Matthew Dawson Quinn, Jordan Danielle Remington, Denisse Briones Robles, Jonathan Paul Stephenson, Joshua Albert Wilson, and Sam John Winters.
A reception following the ceremony was hosted by the church’s Agape Sunday School class.
An alternative academic high school that is part of Granbury ISD, STARS provides an optional setting with flexibility and personalized self-paced courses for high school students whose needs are not met in the traditional school. The acronym stands for Self-Motivated Teens Achieving Responsibility and Success.
Over nine hundred students have graduated from STARS since its founding in 1994.
Pictured above are (left to right): back – Tell Choat, Matt Quinn, Cody Frost, Sam Winters, Brandon Carlisle, Chase Bolton, Matt Chatman, Josh Wilson, Blaine Barker; front – Jonathan Stephenson, Blaine Hartman, Denisse Robles, Lexi Free, Jordan Remington, Taylor Brian, Cheyanne Collinsworth, Christian Armendariz.