JSU recognizes local a scholars


Jacksonville State University (JSU) recently announced its Emerging Scholars for Spring 2023, recognizing high school students who have earned a 3.5 GPA or higher while completing dual enrollment courses at the university.
The following students were honored:

Haley Beth Allen of Gadsden, Cedar Bluff High School; Hallie Alexis Lowe of Gadsden, Etowah High School; Aleza Kaleem of Gadsden, Iqra Math & Science Academy; Aspen Danielle Young of Gadsden, Piedmont High School; Lacie LaShay Smith of Gadsden, Cedar Bluff High School; Hannah Kate Barber of Hokes Bluff, Piedmont High School; Aaron Jackson Hayes of Gadsden, Piedmont High School; Cammie Ann Perkins of Rainbow City, Southside High School; Molly Pearce of Southside, Southside High School; and Ashley Elizabeth Bynum of Southside, Lincoln High School.
JSU’s Dual Enrollment program offers high school students the opportunity to get a jump start on college by earning high school and college credit simultaneously in more than 90 courses offered on high school campuses, online or on JSU’s campus. Learn more at www.jsu.edu/admissions/dualenrollment.

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