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Top Seniors of the Class of 2018

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Congratulations to the Top Seniors, and to all our 2018 MHS graduates!

MHS Top Seniors will graduate with a 4.0 or above grade point average. This year, 41 students have achieved this designation – more than any graduating class before them. 

The Madeira High School Class of 2018 Top Seniors are John Baldan (Northwestern University), Lexi Blackmon (The Ohio State University), Samantha Blackwelder (Purdue University), Alexis Boehmer (University of Cincinnati), Heather Brenner (The Ohio State University), Carson Cooper The Ohio State University), Spencer Cox (University of Cincinnati), Maria Daniel (Xavier University), Chet Dobson (Washington University in St. Louis), Kristen Gerard (Xavier University), Eli Good (University of Cincinnati), Zach Good, (University of Cincinnati), David Grimm Loyola University Chicago), Natalie Heisser (Miami University), Anthony Herron (The Ohio State University), Daniel Hodson (Brigham Young University-Provo), Ethan Hopkin, Kelsey Kamil (The University of Dayton), Jenner Kane (The Ohio State University), Marin Kline (The University of Kentucky), Hannah Kolkmeyer (The University of Dayton), Emma Kruse (University of Tennessee), Alexandra Kucewicz (University of Cincinnati), Brian Long (Live Oaks-Career X), Emily Mills (University of Cincinnati), Sheridan Moore (Hanover College), Haley Nadaud (Ohio University), Max Pennington (Case Western Reserve), Joseph Rau (University of Cincinnati), Sam Schloss (Miami University), Rebecca Shinkle (The Ohio State University), Zoe Smith (Harding University), Ethan Snyder (Miami University), Andrew Stricker (University of Cincinnati), Lily Tatman (University of Cincinnati), Scott Thomas (Ohio University), Angelo Wei (Cornell University), Adam Wieczorek (Miami University), Sam Wirsing (Wright State University), Isabel Yeomans (University of Cincinnati), and Josh Zack (University of Cincinnati).

Of the Top Seniors, the students who rank second highest, and will graduate as the MHS Class of 2018 Co-Salutatorians, are John Baldan, Carson Cooper, and Sam Schloss. The highest-ranking student in the class is Valedictorian Max Pennington.

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