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  • Girl not allowed to be valedictorian


    I don't think its fair at all! Just because she didn't attend 4 years she completed 4 years. She earned the title.
    Har har har

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    Re: Girl not allowed to be valedictorian

    With the war, environmental problems, homelessness, gas prices, et al. I'm having a hard time caring too much about this issue, and her title.

    With that GPA, this girl will be eligible for more free funding then she will know what to do with.



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    • #3
      Re: Girl not allowed to be valedictorian

      This is clearly a case for the Supreme Court.

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      • #4
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        BTW, her school district is called Grapevine? And the money would pay for ONE YEAR of college in TEXAS?

        That is some tragic loss. I am going to have car magnets and wrist bands created ASAP.



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        • #5
          Re: Girl not allowed to be valedictorian

          I guess in theory, she could tank in her fourth year and ruin her average. But really it's about credits completed so I don't see why it shouldn't count.

          The district is probably mad that they will lose her ADA (average daily attendance) money by her graduating early.
          A signature should go here.

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          • #6
            Re: Girl not allowed to be valedictorian

            That sucks. I always thought it was credits that counts since she's graduating now not next year. Sounds like someone complained.
            -Jack :geek:
            Doc Brown had 2 Deloreans!

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            • #7
              Re: Girl not allowed to be valedictorian

              It is kind of a random break, but I could see the kids who attended four years saying, "Listen, it's a lot easier to do a great job for three years, as opposed to four."

              In all reality, she will end up just fine. With her academic track record, I bet a good amount of money that she was never intending to stay in Texas for college anyway. She is Ivy League, and other than Rice, I don't know where in Texas she could attend.

              BTW, I graduated 360 out of 400, with a GPA of 2.1. Judging from that, I should be in prison, but in reality I hold a Bachelors and Masters Degree and graduated Summa *** Laude, whatever that means.



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              • #8
                Re: Girl not allowed to be valedictorian

                Originally posted by Max Fischer View Post
                It is kind of a random break, but I could see the kids who attended four years saying, "Listen, it's a lot easier to do a great job for three years, as opposed to four."
                I agree with this as well. Which is why I took chemistry in summer school so that I'd only have to sustain my grade for 8 weeks instead of a whole year. :smart:
                A signature should go here.

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                • #9
                  Re: Girl not allowed to be valedictorian

                  Originally posted by SusieP. View Post
                  I agree with this as well. Which is why I took chemistry in summer school so that I'd only have to sustain my grade for 8 weeks instead of a whole year. :smart:

                  Sneaky Sneaky.

                  Side note, I wrote the Latin phrase for 'With Highest Honors' but it looks like the curseometer thinks it is a bad word. It wasn't I promise.



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                  • #10
                    Re: Girl not allowed to be valedictorian

                    Originally posted by Max Fischer View Post
                    Sneaky Sneaky.

                    Side note, I wrote the Latin phrase for 'With Highest Honors' but it looks like the curseometer thinks it is a bad word. It wasn't I promise.
                    Did you win the Magna Come Loudly?

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                    • #11
                      Re: Girl not allowed to be valedictorian

                      Originally posted by aashee View Post
                      Did you win the Magna Come Loudly?

                      Dropping loads, my friend.



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                      • #12
                        Re: Girl not allowed to be valedictorian

                        Originally posted by aashee View Post
                        Did you win the Magna Come Loudly?
                        Magda comes lauding?

                        Why would anyone bring Max laud, especially Magda?

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                        • #13
                          Re: Girl not allowed to be valedictorian

                          I graduated Para Cuum Dentum.


                          Originally posted by Max Fischer View Post
                          With that GPA, this girl will be eligible for more free funding then she will know what to do with.
                          Exactly; minority, female, excellent grades. She won't be paying for school. Good for her. She'll forget all about High School anyway.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Girl not allowed to be valedictorian

                            I can understand why they have that 4 year rule......

                            The year my husband graduated, the salutatorian(sp?) was a girl I worked with that had only attended the school for a month. She had gotten kicked out of her school a month earlier for being caught with drugs on campus! They had a drug raid, they found hers, arrested her....kicked her out. Our school let her enroll and then gave her high honors when she graduated. Not quite fair.

                            But...this is taking it a little extreme. She should be able to share the honors. Have two valedictorians. It's nothing new....and it's the fairest way.



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