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Twenty-seven make Piarist honor roll

There were 27 students named to the honor roll for the first semester at The Piarist School, a private, college preparatory high school in Martin. Fifteen students received first honors for having grade point averages above a 3.70, and 12 students received second honors for having averages between 3.25 and 3.70.

Those students receiving first honors were: juniors Ashley Gunnell of Martin, Lakita Lykins of Auxier, and Keisha Slone of McDowell; sophomores Marie Dennison and Sarah Carty of Salyersville, Michael Combs and Alyson Layne of Martin, and Dionna Hall of Paintsville; and freshmen Hannah Blackburn of Stanville, Nicholas deGuzman of Paintsville, Kellie Farthing of Martin, Whitney Howell and Ryan McKinney of Harold, Jacob Moak of Prestonsburg, and Alyssa Reed of Betsy Layne.

Those students receiving second honors were: seniors Hannah Goble of Auxier, and Tommi Sue Tussey of David; juniors Shannon Hicks and Savanna Whitt of Prestonsburg, Emily Helton of Salyersville, and Justin Frasure of Martin; sophomores Billy Howard of Flat Gap, Rodney Travis Tressler and Ronnee Reynolds of Salyersville, and Stephanie Williams of Prestonsburg; and freshmen Thomas Hollyfield of Harold, and Joshua Ousley of Prestonsburg.

The Piarist School is located on Rt. 80 in Martin. An entrance exam for incoming freshmen and sophomores will be given on Saturday, March 6 at the school. To register or for more information, call the school at 285-3950, or e-mail

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