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The 2003 Academic All-Star finalists 

The Academic All-Star Team was chosen from nominees solicited from every high school, public and private, in Arkansas. The nominees underwent an initial screening to produce 40 finalists — 20 male and 20 female students.

Accompanying articles profile the All-Star team. These were the other finalists, a gifted group in their own right, numbering valedictorians, National Merit finalists and musical and athletic awards among their many achievements.

GIRLS

Jessica Brown

Harding Academy, Searcy

Rachel E. Casey

Southside High School, Batesville

Jessica Lovelace-Chandler

Parkview Arts/Science Magnet, Little Rock

Stevie Loudermilk

Springdale High School

Amanda Joann O'Dell

Lincoln High School

Meredith Prasse

Pulaski Academy

Cortnei Nekol Scott

Pine Bluff High School

Summer Scott

DeQueen High School

Emily West

Conway High School

Megan Williams

Berryville High School

BOYS

Kyle Brian Basham

Alma High School

Vincent Lee Bryant

McClellan Magnet, Little Rock

Matthew David Cain

Pine Bluff High School

James Roy Douglas Jr.

Bryant High School

Matt Goode

Conway High School

Kevin McCormick

White Hall High School

Aaron Coy Moulton

Cabot High School

Caleb James Osborne

Arkansas Baptist High School

Jay Staley

North Little Rock High School

Chris Weber

Rogers High School

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