The all-star nominees 

These students were nominated by their high schools for Academic All-Star Team consideration. They are listed by their hometowns (based on mailing addresses).


Courtney Jean McCallister

Perryville High School


Whitney Lynn Hooton

Bryant High School


Ashton Peters

Alma High School

Lauren Schlabach

Alma High School


Hannah Eubanks

Arkadelphia High School

Anna Griffith

Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts

Justin Wright

Arkadelphia High School


John Bell

Batesville High School

Jacalyn Mosley

Southside High School

Candis Pham

Batesville High School


Lauren Marie Abbott

Bearden High School


Brittney Leigh Bass

Beebe High School

James Clayton Talley

Beebe High School


Brooke Baker

Benton High School

Nick Carter

Bryant High School

Cara Tyhurst

Little Rock Lutheran High School


Rachel Carter

Bentonville High School

Michael Mikita

Bentonville High School

Taylor Porter

Springdale High School


Kent Butler

Berryville High School


Leonardo Sacarias Jacquez

Bigelow High School

Britta Jo Fisher

Bigelow High School


Levi Lamb

Black Rock High School


Larry Williams

J.D. Leftwich High School, Magazine


Sarah Coggins

Cabot High School

Caleb Harold Eggensperger

Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts

Alex Jay Sharp

Cabot High School


Rebecca Warren

Camden Fairview High School



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