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Archive of Student Achievements

2016-17

 

Grace Stotler is one of 300 high-achieving students in the state of Missouri accepted to the Missouri Scholars Academy.  MSA is a very selective, three-week, residential program on the University of Missouri, Columbia campus, designed for academic enrichment and leadership development.

CFS senior, Will Eiffert, was chosen by the “Columbia Business Times” as a member of the “Twenty Under Twenty”: those seniors among Columbia’s high schools who demonstrated exceptional leadership, school involvement, academic dedication, and are positive role models, and overall, well-rounded individuals.

Valedictorians for the 2017 senior class are Ben Davis, Will Eiffert and Matthew Stroud.  All three boys finished their high school careers with 4.0 GPA’s.

Libby Brugmann is the recipient of the 2017 First Knight Award

Luke Baxter, a CFS junior, son of Grant and Diana Baxter, has been accepted to attend Missouri Boys State at the University of Central Missouri this coming summer. 

Kate Walter, a CFS junior,  placed 2nd in the DECA State Tournament in Sports and Entertainment Marketing division. She qualified to compete in DECA Nationals in California where she placed 2nd in the nation.

 Congratulations Leam Beaird, CFS Senior and Kenya Gutwein, CFS Junior, for being selected for Camp True/False! Each year, a select group of high school students dive deeply into the True/False Film Fest and experience a weekend of exciting films, music, art, conversations, and workshops with a diverse crew of exceptional guests and local hosts. Starting a couple months before the festival, the Boot Camp convenes to prepare for the fest, discuss relevant issues, share research, and plot their course. The Boot Camp brings students with varying interests insider access the fest.

2015-16

CFS seniors, Seria Barton and Ethan Hale, were chosen by the “Columbia Business Times” as members of the “Twenty Under Twenty”: those seniors among Columbia’s high schools who demonstrated exceptional leadership, school involvement, academic dedication, and are positive role models, and overall, well-rounded individuals.

Valedictorians for the 2016 senior class are Seria Barton, Madeline de la Torre, Sophia Redelfs, and Amy Taylor.  All four girls finished their high school careers with 4.0 GPA’s.

Kameron McMillin is the recipient of the 2016 First Knight Award

Madeline de la Torre, a CFS senior, has been selected for the 2016 Missouri Scholars 100, a statewide program that honors 100 of Missouri’s top academic students in the graduating class of 2016.  Maddie, along with other students from around the state, will be recognized at a luncheon in Columbia in April.  The Missouri Scholars 100 is sponsored by the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals.  Students are selected using the combined criteria of  ACT score, GPA, difficulty of academic schedule, school citizenship, and school activities.

Amber DeJaynes, a CFS Junior, Emma Mayfield, a CFS sophomore, and Max Baker, a CFS sophomore, have been accepted to the Missouri Fine Arts Academy summer residential program.  The Missouri Fine Arts Academy (MFAA) is a three-week summer residential program for highly motivated student artists in visual arts, theatre, dance, creative writing, and music.  

CFS Juniors, Connor Felter and Joey Burris, have been accepted to attend Missouri Boys State at the University of Central Missouri this coming summer.

CFS Junior, Ann Elizabeth Gillman, has been accepted to attend Missouri Girls State at the University of Central Missouri this coming summer.

Luke Baxter, a CFS Sophomore,  son of Grant and Diana Baxter received the prestigious honor of being selected as one of only 300 high school students in the state of Missouri to attend the Missouri Scholars Academy this summer.