The front of the Ocracoke School. Photo: C. Leinbach

Ocracoke School students were honored recently for academic achievement in attaining the honor roll and principal’s list for the second nine-week session.  Honor roll is for students who received aggregate grades of 85 to 92 and principal’s list is for students that achieved 93 to 100.  There were 43 students on the honor roll and 11 on the principal’s list.

The school decided to forgo the first nine-week session due to the disruptions caused by Hurricane Dorian. 

Principal Leslie Cole made the following statement:
“We are always proud when our students earn the Honor Roll or Principal’s list. This time, we are amazed at the students who have been able to maintain these high grades, even while there has been so much tumult and recovery going on. Congratulations, students.”





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