Rosemont holds ‘Distinguished Scholars’ banquet
Students earning a 3.7 or higher GPA honored
Rosemont High School held its first Distinguished Scholars Awards Banquet on Tuesday, February 19.
The event honored students who earned a 3.7 or better grade point average during the fall semester.
About 300 Rosemont parents and students filled the cafeteria and were treated to restaurant-style décor and dinner courtesy of students in Rosemont’s culinary program.
Principal Leise Martinez opened the event with a speech while the families dined and showed off their certificates to photographer Forrest Wooten, a Rosemont senior who is working on a view book for the school as his senior project.
Assistant Principal Nate McGill read the names of each student honoree and then had the pleasure of raffling off gift certificates to local businesses and tickets to graduation for senior families.