Academic & Special Awards

  • Students featured below were honored during our Virtual Senior Awards Ceremony for their academic achievements. Descriptions for each award are listed here. 

    • Some students have been chosen by teachers to receive recognition for their achievements in one or more of the following areas - English, Fine Arts & Electives, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and World Languages. 
    • EHS recognizes the select group of our seniors who have been chosen by the National Merit Scholarship Program as National Merit Finalists because of their PSAT and SAT scores, as well as their consistently high academic performance in high school. Likewise, College Board has recognized the academic achievements of some of our Hispanic students in its annual selection of scholars in the National Hispanic Recognition for National Merit.
    • We note the academic achievements of students who have earned 3.50 cumulative grade point averages and higher with special awards. They are selected based on the following criteria:
      • 4.0 Graduates - unweighted cumulative GPA of 4.0
      • Honors Graduates - unweighted cumulative GPA of 3.50-3.69; receiving a medal with an orange ribbon
      • High Honors Graduates - unweighted cumulative GPA of 3.70 - 3.84; receiving a medal with a green ribbon
      • Highest Honor Graduates - unweighted cumulative GPA of 3.85 - 4.0; receiving a medal with a white ribbon
      • Eastside Scholars - students who are graduating in the top 15% of their program - Culinary, International Baccalaureate (IB), or Major Program; receiving a large medal with a green and white ribbon
      • unnoted during our ceremony but worthy of special recognition are our Dual-Enrolled Scholars - students who enrolled in college courses while in high school and simultaneously attained their high school diploma and Associate of Arts degree.
    • As a special recognition for this school year, Life South would like to thank and honor the seniors who have donated blood at least three to four times. The organization has awarded these students Cords of Courage. 

    Dual-Enrolled Scholars

    Congratulations to our 4 Rams who have earned their Associate of Arts Degrees from Santa Fe College!

     Cobb    Ekakitie Gordon Wadsworth

    •  Ronald Cobb
    • Davide Ekakitie
    • Jonathan Gordon
    • Rosalyn Wadsworth

     Eastside Scholars

    EHS Scholar

    Culinary

    • Alani Cromwell
    • Ethan Pauly

    International Bacculaureaute

    • Zina Ahn
    • Ana Barb
    • Anthony Bishop-Gylys
    • Wilson Bullard
    • Jackson Carcaba
    • Thomas Chase
    • Sungin Cho
    • Alexis Chun
    • Alexander Dang
    • Samuel Disabb
    • James Donnelly
    • Avery Goodman
    • Aidan Housden
    • Hannah Humphries
    • Remington Kail
    • Eileen Kelley
    • Alexandra Kelle
    • Timothy Ketterson
    • Sun Yul Kim
    • Apoorva Kumar
    • Phoebe Martin
    • Anna Mavrodieva
    • Madeline Menet
    • Kassidy Miller
    • Natasha Patel
    • Reeha Patel
    • Priyal Patel
    • Vrinda Patel
    • Brindha Rathinasabapathi
    • Jaycel John Romaraog
    • Miriam Ruiz
    • Lauren Shaw
    • Kang So
    • Kamal Sodhi
    • Emile Sow
    • Clara Summerford
    • Corinne Talham
    • Andrew Tran
    • Christopher Truta
    • Joseph Ukeiley
    • Himanshi Verma
    • Sara Waldrop
    • Priti Walia

    Major Program

    • Matthew Alavado
    • Khalil Rae Balanay
    • Amore Braden
    • Ahsha Brown
    • Ronald Cobb
    • Vlad Dobra
    • Samantha D'Oleo
    • Isabel Dutton
    • Jonathan Gordon
    • Damaris Grayson
    • Emma Hardin
    • Jaelyn Hargrove
    • Atelio Isaac
    • Tujuan Leonard
    • Asha Lewis
    • Symajah Locklear
    • Locorya Lynn
    • Phillip Marshall
    • Noah McClain
    • Sukanya McGriff
    • Makiyah McLeod
    • Peace Ogedengbe
    • Fandio Plancher
    • Emmanuel Salvador
    • Lydia Shaw
    • Ja'sha Sheppheard
    • Natane Steadman
    • Youssef Tolba
    • Rosalyn Wadsworth
    • Breyana Warren
    • Keegan Weitzel
    • Kaniya Welch
    • Karena Williams
    • Jakhua Williams
    • Joshua Williams-Caldwell

    Highest Honor Graduates

    Highest Honor Graduates

    • Zina Ahn
    • Khalil Rae Balanay
    • Ana Barb
    • Anthony Bishop-Gylys
    • Wilson Bullard
    • Jackson Carcaba
    • Thomas Chase
    • Sungjin Cho
    • Alexander Dang
    • James Donnelly
    • Avery Goodman
    • Aidan Housden
    • Hannah Humphreys
    • Alexandra Kelley
    • Eileen Kelley
    • Apoorva Kumar
    • Phoebe Martin
    • Anna Mavrodieva
    • Madeline Menet
    • Kassidy Millet
    • Natasha Patel
    • Reeha Patel
    • Priyal Patel
    • Vrinda Patel
    • Brindha Rathinasabapathi
    • Jaycel John Romaraog
    • Lauren Shaw
    • Kang So
    • Kamal Sodhi
    • Emilie Sow
    • Clara Summerford
    • Corrine Talham
    • Andrew Tran
    • Joseph Ekeiley
    • Himanshi Verma
    • Sara Waldrop
    • Priti Walia
    • Keegan Weitzel

    High Honors Graduates

    High Honor Graduates

    • Matthew Alavado
    • Alexis Chun
    • Samuel Disabb
    • Jonathan Gordon
    • Atelio Isaac
    • Remington Kail
    • Sun Yul Kim
    • Ethan Pauly
    • Miriam Ruiz
    • Zeynep Toklu
    • Christopher Truta
    • Rosalyn Wadsworth

    Honors Graduates

    Honor Graduates

    • Chelsea Acogido
    • Ronald Cobb
    • Alani Cromwell
    • Vlad Dobra
    • Adrian Finer
    • Ann-Marie Gomez
    • Emma Hardin
    • Jaelyn Hargrove
    • Ben Harnsberger
    • Frank Hutchinson
    • Ryan Jin
    • Mamadou Kane
    • Dagny Kaye
    • Hannah Kim
    • Tujuan Leonard
    • Asha Lewis
    • Lacorya Lynn
    • Nia McCray
    • Elizabeth McDaniel
    • Marquell Moore
    • Gabrielle Perry
    • Andrew Poirier
    • Daniel Ponciano-Diaz
    • Aaron Portmess
    • Kian Maleya Redoblado
    • Jada Roberts
    • Lydia Shaw
    • Dylan Shea
    • Ameia Smith
    • Adrienne Streete
    • Claire Talham
    • Youssef Tolba
    • Morgan Tooke
    • Breyan Warren
    • Sidney Washburn
    • Kaniya Welch
    • Howard Williams
    • Joshua Williams-Caldwell