The 2004 Academic All-Star finalists 

Twenty students who vied for top spots.

The Academic All-Star Team is the product of two rounds of judging. The first round produces a list of 40 students — 20 males and 20 females — from which the 20 all-stars (10 males and 10 females) are chosen by a panel of educators.

The choices were difficult. Many of these students were valedictorians and winners of prestigious prizes. One finalist, for example, played on four state championship teams in volleyball and Quiz Bowl.

These students were finalists, but not chosen for the all-star team.

Bryson Byrd

DeQueen High School

Royce Floyd

Glen Rose High School

Robert Frank

Valley View High School

John Carr Fullerton IV

Arkadelphia High School

Jamie C. Greber

Lakeside High School

Megann Hamlin

LR Mills University Studies High School

Joshua David Loewen

Fort Smith Southside High School

John M. Miller

Cabot High School

Matthew I. Noetzel

Rogers High School

Will Peeples

Pulaski Academy

Clinton Alan Ricks III

Jacksonville High School

Sarah Jannae Rieske

Oak Grove High School

Jessica Roberts

Conway High School

Christine Snyder

Rogers High School

Emma Stitt

Cabot High School

Whitney Tharp

Mount St. Mary Academy

Megan Turner

Fort Smith Southside High School

Jessica Ann Virden

Morrilton High School

Ryan Witthans

Arkansas School for Mathematics and Science

Alissa Walter

Walnut Ridge High School


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