Plymouth High School Students Among IASP's Rising Stars of the Class of 2020

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Plymouth High School is pleased to announce the following three juniors: Fernanda Cortes, Mary Kate Flynn, and Hugh Smith have been chosen as this year’s PHS Indiana Association of School Principals Rising Stars of the Indiana Class of 2020. All three students currently hold above a 4.0 GPA, and they are all ranked within the top of their Plymouth High School class of 253 students.

Weidner School of Inquiry @ PHS junior Fernanda Cortes, holds a GPA of 4.064 and is ranked second in the 2020 class of 252 students, Plymouth High School Mary “Kate” Catherine Flynn holds a GPA of 4.062,and is ranked third in her class, and Weidner School of Inquiry @ PHS junior Hugh Smith holds a GPA of 4.082 and is ranked first in the class of 2020.

This is the third year for the Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) recognition program. Each Indiana high school was invited to recognize up to four 11th grade students based on their academic achievement. This year, 1,008 high school juniors from 258 schools were chosen for this recognition. This month, each recipient will be receiving an official IASP Certificate of Achievement. In March of 2019, the IASP will announce which 1,008 nominees move forward and will make up the Indiana Academic All-Stars of 2020. On April 25, 2019, those students will be recognized at the Indiana Academic All-Star Recognition Luncheon.

The Plymouth High School administration congratulates Cortes, Flynn, and Smith on all they have already achieved, and offers all three of these students support and encouragement as they expand their accomplishments, knowledge, and leadership skills in the future.

PHS Ship Logo and Rising Stars of Indiana Class of 2020 Logo on grey background with pictures of Fernanda Cortes, Mary Kate Flynn, and Hugh Smith