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Coburn & Ledesma Franco lead 75-member strong Sequoia class

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Coburn & Ledesma Franco lead 75-member strong Sequoia class

The Sequoia School graduating class stands for the nation anthem during last week’s ceremonies.

POSTED June 3, 2014 1:28 a.m.

Mikayla Coburn and Andrea Ledesma Franco were recognized as the top academic students at Sequoia School at last week’s eighth-grade promotion event.

As co-valedictorians, they had perfect 4.0 grade point averages for the past two years, leading the 75-member class during commencement exercises held in the Multipurpose Building.

Others earning high academic honors (4.0 GPA for the past year) consisted of Alexandra Garcia Pinzon, Selena Gonzalez, Ariana Herrera, and Darien Xavier Sablan.

The graduating Class of 2014 also included Gabriel Allgaier, Wyatt Alton, Eric Amavizca Ayala, DiMariae Anthony Banks, Breanna Ayala Moreno, Daisy Barajas, James Boring, Tanner Burwell Lovitt, Kylee Byrum, Diego Carrillo, Ana Castellanos, Lucile Catron, Serena Chew, Antonio Cisneros, Christopher Contreras, Joshua Cornaire, Gabriel Donato Santiago, Jasmine Duenas, Cesar Enriquez, Mayra Falcon.

Mateo Fernandez, Breana Folsom, Larissa Ford, Melanie Fox, Michael Frisby, Deseray Frye, Yuritzi Garcia, Matthew Garretson, Macie Garza, Jafet Gaspar Cortes, Genaro Gonzalez, Adriana Gutierrez, Alfredo Hernandez, Daisy Hernandez, Lindsey Hernandez, Luis Huerta, Gerardo Ibarra Navarro, Jessica Inzunza, Kailey Johnson, Dylon Jones, Mayvand Khaliq, Breanne Kolleda, Vickie Licciardo, Jasmine Lopez.

Maria Lopez, Abran Marquez, Kimberly Navarette, Luis Palomar Ortega, Luis Portugal, Jose Ramos, Benjamin Rea, Jordan Rea, Kiana Robello, Ana Rodriguez Carranza, Arlene Rodriguez, Francisco Rosas, Jesus Ruiz, Jessica Ryans, Seanna Sanchez, Nikki Sandhu, Vanessa Sandoval, Jorge Serrano Contreras, Kobe Shippley, Esperanza Silva, Jeannette Valenzuela, Alan Vega, Greg Verdin, Casshis West, Yariana Yanez.

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