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Dalton High School honored 74 Scholar Athletes at their annual Scholar Athlete Banquet, hosted at the Dalton Golf & Country Club on March 22. Out of the 74 Student Athletes, there were 11 Seniors recognized as 4-Year Scholar Athletes. These students earned the Scholar Athlete Award all four years and earned a cord for graduation.
Principal Steve Bartoo said he is proud of the scholar athletes. "I'm proud of their accomplishments on the playing field or court and in the classroom," he said. "I'm especially proud of our 11 Seniors who were honored as 4 year Scholar Athletes. It takes a lot of hard work, dedication and commitment to achieve such an honor."
Front Row, pictured from left to right
Leah Shelton, Olivia Ross, Arly Molina
Back Row, pictured from left to right
JP Tighe, Harrison Hughes, Grant Goldberg, Noah Bartoo, Gracie Forthman, Georgia Bronson, Erin Nelson, and Linda Olvera
*Students may apply for the Scholar Athlete award if they meet the following criteria:
- Must have a 3.5 or above weighted GPA
- Must have participated in two or more GHSA Activities (in 2 or more seasons) during the 2017-2018 school year
- Adhered to the Dalton Public Schools Interscholastic/Extracurricular Activities Student Behavior and Conduct Expectations