• CRITERIA FOR THE JUNIOR MARSHAL PROGRAM

    Students having outstanding academic performance in grades nine, ten, and eleven will be recognized as junior marshals to serve as guides for graduation activities.  The junior marshals will be selected on the basis of the student’s weighted grade point average and class rank at the mid-term of the spring semester of the eleventh grade.  The top ten students from the junior class will serve as marshals.
     
    2017 Junior Marshal
     2017
     Left to right: 
    Felix Valdez Lopez, Kelsey Morales, Xiomara Garcia, Noemi Gavino-Lopez, Joanna Gonzalez, Mya Johnson, Gisselle Marinero,  Brianna McGowens, Daniela Hercules Alfaro, Jaida Torain, Janne Stadler, Andres Menjivar. Not pictured: Javeyon Vaughn and Mayra Garcia
     
     
     
    2016 Junior Marshal 
    2016 JM  
    Where are they headed:
    Left to Right:
     
    Noah Romero: still undecided
    Jasmine Peralta: University of North Carolina - Charlotte
    Anthony Cardenas-Barrera: University of North Carolina - Greensboro
    Alexandria Reed: University of North Carolina - Charlotte; Major: English; Minor: Spanish
    Ellisa Harris: East Carolina University; Major: Nursing
    Geraldine Cruz-Cuna: University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
    Geonna Stewart: Salem College; Major: Graphic Design
    Alaisja Gilliam: North Carolina Central University; Major: Criminal Justice
    Asia Bowling: University of North Carolina - Greensboro; Major: Nursing
    Noel Ortiz-Gaspar: Mission Trip; followed by Guilford College for two years and transferring to University of North 
              Carolina - Chapel Hill or Brigham Young University
    Jacob Blackwell: North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University; Major: Mechanical Engineering
    Leslie Vazquez: University of North Carolina - Greensboro; Double Major: Sociology & Fine Arts