Bragbook for March 17

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Bragbook for March 17

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Alexa Flesch of Woodward Academy received the Star Student Achievement Recognition award from the Georgia Chinese Language Educators for her outstanding achievement and excellence in Chinese language study.

Hannah Walters of Decatur was name to University at Albany’s dean’s list.

Catherine Ivanne Hyde of Marietta and Kylee Naschel Barry of Smyrna were named to Greensboro College’s dean’s list.

Samantha Brewer of Dunwoody earned the Girl Scout Gold Award.

William McPhillip and Ingrid Smith-Coston of Atlanta and Jonette Arnold of College Park were part of the Georgia State University team that took third place in the 2016 National Black MBA Association Graduate Case Competition in New Orleans.

Alexis McPhail of Buford, Franziska Harms of Fayetteville, Megan Turner of Kennesaw and Grace Lewis of Suwanee were named to Oklahoma City University’s dean’s list.

John Brunson of Alpharetta, John Hiles of Atlanta and Devon Willis of Sandy Springs preformed at the 2017 Presidential Inaugural Parade as part of The Citadel’s Summerall Guard.

Mark Mackain of Suwanee was inducted into the Geogia Soccer Hall of Fame.

Jack Joiner of Alpharetta, Andrew Collart of Covington and Rebecca Deitsch of Duluth were named to University of Dallas’ dean’s list.

Andrea L. Poling of Marietta and Nicholas C. Andryusky of Sugar Hill were named to Clemson University’s president’s list.

Samantha Rolka of Canton was named to University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s chancellor’s list.

Meryl McCurry, Iain Schmitt and Elin Wahman of Atlanta were named to University of Minnesota Twin Cities’ dean’s list.

Martin Lachev of Pinckneyville Middle School earned 1st place in the Paper Individual Project Junior Division at the Gwinnett County National History Day Competition.

Georgia State tennis player Zackery Kennedy of Atlanta was named Sun Belt Co-Player of the Week on March 1.

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