Notre Dame Students Named Academic All Americans

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Notre Dame High School seniors Audrey Barkeloo-Carter and Jordan Crumpler have been named Academic All Americans by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association of America, Inc. Over 342,294 students are involved in aquatics at the high school level in over 16,432 programs for boys and girls. Approximately 2% of these students are recognized as high school All Americans. 

                                            

A senior with a 4.

4 GPA, Audrey Barkeloo-Carter has lettered on the swim team for four years. Audrey is the president of Green & Gold Ambassadors and the Ministry Team, participated in the Youth Leadership Chattanooga program, and completed over 300 hours of community service. Audrey is the daughter of Jeff and Ronda Carter and plans to attend the University of Tennessee and major in biomedical engineering.

 

Jordan Crumpler has lettered on the swim team for four years. In the classroom, he has achieved a 4.2 GPA. In addition to swimming, Jordan is also a member of the Technology Student Association and has over 200 hours of community service. Jordan plans to attend the University of Tennessee and major in accounting.



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