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Treasure Mountain International students earn certificates

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The following was provided by Treasure Mountain International School.

These ninth graders from Treasure Mountain International Middle School are the first in Park City to earn an International School Certificate for completing the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program.

Depending on how long they were a part of the program, they could earn either a gold, silver or bronze certificate. Forty-seven earned gold, six earned silver, and four earned bronze for a total of 57 students.

Allen, Sarah Marie

Bird, Brittany Ann

Braden, Francis Alex

Bush, Ari Michael

Carazo, Clayton Joseph

Carroll, Anne Katelyn

Chittenden, Kyle Isawo

Christjans, Jessica Renee

Compagna, Jesse Raoul

Cone, Megan

Darger, Remington

DeRose-Schlachter, Jeremy

Duke, Dolly

Edwards, Cameron

Feltman, Miley

Gibbs, Nicholas

Gideon, Lindsey

Grodnik, Jacob

Guiney, Elizabeth Ann

Hewitt-Brown, Madison

Johnson, Lauren

Johnson, Michael

Kaps, Kristen

Kim, Jung-yoon

Kinnebrew, Hannah

Labertew, Alexandra

LaCasce, Danielle

Leigh, Ryan Davis

Malcolm, Robert

Margolis, Lia Lynne

McGuire, Kelly

McMahon, Alana

Newhall, Cheston

Oriente, Gabriel

Packham, Hilary

Palmer, Caitlin

Palomaki, Ross

Paterson, Katherine

Reich, Lauren

Reynolds, Heather

Rinehart, Elizabeth

Ringelberg, Gina

Roetman, Erika

Sheppard, Montana

Stone, Kathryn

Stone-Gerardy, Shaun

Tessnow, Travis

Thomas, Alexander

Turner, Brianna

Turner, Jessica

Vallejo, Margaret

Ward, Hayden

Whitney, Grace

Wilson, Gabrielle

Wood, Andrew

Wood, Thomas Mitchell

Woodcock, Alexandra


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