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All-Star finalists 

These students made the final round of judging for the Arkansas Times Academic All-Star team. From 40 finalists, the 20 winners were chosen. These were the other finalists:

Haley Birch

Malvern High School

Hannah Birch

Malvern High School

Curtis Burnley Jr.

Watson Chapel High School

Camden Dwelle

Arkadelphia High School

Jon Jacob Fletcher

North Little Rock High School West

Lauren Gunderman

Batesville High School

Christian Heymsfield

Elkins High School

Kaylyn Holloway

Cabot High School

Katie Lants

Pulaski Academy

Griffin Marczuk

Catholic High School

Morgan Marley

Elkins High School

Samuel Thoma

Episcopal Collegiate School

James Blake Tilley

Lake Hamilton High School

Hannah Noel Shameh

Huntsville High School

Jacob Stautzenberger

Rogers High School

Bailey Via

North Little Rock High School West

Seth Q. Washispack

Conway High School West

Kendell Whitehead

El Dorado High School

Sydney C. Wiggins

South High School, Fort Smith

Hilary J. Zedlitz

Rogers Heritage High School

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