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Egyptian High School has recognized Tyrell Banks, Paige Butcher, Kailee Henderson, Brooke Sinn, Loralee Taylor and Amaiah Wade for excellence in academics.

Banks, 18, received Berea's Full Tuition Promise and is Salutatorian, Scholar Bowl Captain, Science Club President, Art Club Vice President and Highest Achievement History 108. He was involved in FCCLA, Art Club, Science Club, Student Council, Scholar Bowl, Beta Club, INSPIRE mentor program and 4-H Teen Leader.

He is the son of Tonya Banks, and plans to study Psychology, Pre-Med at Berea College.

Butcher, 18, is Salutatorian, a Scholar Athlete and received Highest Achievement Algebra I. She also participated in National Beta Club, Student Council and Yearbook.

She is the daughter of Jack and Taunya Butcher, and plans to study Nursing at Shawnee Community College.

Henderson, 18, is Salutatorian and 3rd place Science Illinois State Beta Convention, 3rd place Spelling Illinois State Beta Convention, 3rd place English WYSE competition. She participated in National Beta Club, Science Club, Student Council, Scholar Bowl and Chess Club.

She is the daughter of Joseph and Ashley Henderson, and plans to study Biology at Kansas University.

Sinn, 18, is Valedictorian, placed 1st in Poetry Illinois State Beta Convention, 3rd Poetry Illinois State Beta Convention, FFA Star Greenhand, FFA Star Chapter Farmer, and had highest achievement in Geometry, Algebra I, Trig, Advanced Biology, Illinois State History. She was involved in National Beta Club, FFA, Yearbook, Science Club, Cheerleader, Volleyball, Band, Chorus and Student Council.

She is the daughter of Stacie Sinn, and plans to study Biological Sciences, Pre-Med at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

Taylor, 18, is Valedictorian, received Copper Dome Scholarship, Redhawk Achievement Award, Resident's Life Award, highest achievements in Geography and English I. She was involved in Student Council, Art Club, Science Club, Yearbook, National Beta Club and Photography Club.

She is the daughter of Raymond and Rosa Taylor, and plans to study Special Education at Southeast Missouri State University.

Graduation will be held on Friday, May 10 at Egyptian High School.

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