Grades

We honor North Central Washington’s top students by compiling honor rolls from area schools.

We thank area schools for their help providing the information. Features assistant Cala Flamond contacted schools in The Wenatchee World’s coverage area and invited them to submit first semester/trimester honor roll information.

The goal of Making the Grades is to recognize student achievement in NCW. Here you will find the names of students who earned a grade-point average between 3.0 and 4.0, appearing exactly as submitted by the school.

This edition of Making the Grades does not appear in our print edition. It is only available online.

Don’t see your school?

The following schools use standards-based grading and do not compile an honor roll: Orchard Middle School, Foothills Middle School, Pioneer Middle School, Cashmere Middle School and Orondo Middle School.

Bridgeport Middle School, Quincy Junior High School and Paschal Sherman Indian School did not submit honor roll information.

Questions or comments about Making the Grades? Email newsroom@wenatcheeworld.com.

— Marco Martinez, features editor

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