Oxford School District produced dozens of high school students that scored 30+ on ACT
Published 11:05 am Thursday, May 11, 2017
- Oxford High School students who scored 30 or more on the ACT are: 9th Grade: Niamke Buchanan; 10th Grade: Joel Adamson, Edith Marie Green, Jackson Dear, Preston Hooker, Noël Torma, Jack Ligon, Marawan Elgohry, Eve Gershon, Siena Cizdziel, Anna Claire Franklin, Elias Addy, Gillian Meyers, Anneke Buskes, and Philip Simpson; 11th Grade: Shahbaz Gul, Anna Renfroe, Jack Burkes, Julia Swords, Aden Oliver, Anish Ravishankar, Joe O’Keefe, Ann Sullivan, Cole Grafton, Qihang Wang, Olivia Wymore, Maddison Colston, Olivia Meyer, Sadie Pasco-Pranger, Ivy Li, Drew Hester, Raina Woolworth, Josh Pearson, Lily Mitchell, Anne Elizabeth Pittman, Neely Mullen, Annie Forgette, Lucas Olmstead, Brookes Kevin, Grace Anne Jones, Luke Kelly, Mary Kendricks, Calendula Cheng, Joanna Bu, Isuru Hewamanna, Chip Powell, Andrew Gardner, Akshaya Vijayasankar, and William Harrison Tann; 12th Grade: Michaela Spillers, Ansley Byars, William Solomon, Katherine Purdon, Neil Chandler, Victoria Claire Stevens, Sylvia Culpepper, Joshua McClurg, Liza Carole Renfroe, Carter Diggs, Matt Sink, Miranda Grayzel-Ward, Carsen Daniel, Annabel Terry, Sichen Chao, Swayze Elliott, Add Kimbrell, Olivia Carpenter, Ezra Holben, Eric Maddigan, Camille Gladden, Dylan Howard, Nitin Ankisetty, Scott Brown, Davis McCool, Ryan Hominick, Riley Woolworth, Ash Hurdle, Grace Childers, Kolbe Leary, Emma Scott, Rebecca Grayzel-Ward, Matthew Simpson, Terry Cater, Will Farmer, Caroline Crews, Tycho Jenkins, Preston Huggins, Sean Brown, and Ruth Hogue. (Kelly Graeber)
That’s how many high school students, within the Oxford School District, scored 30 or higher on the ACT officially putting them in the “Thirty or above” group this year. Above is a photo of the students from Oxford High School that were among the 89.