ECOT High School releases Honor Roll

COLUMBUS — Officials with the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, Ohio’s largest charter school, said 1,078 students were named to the school’s latest “Honor Roll” or “Honor Roll with Distinction.”

Students ending each semester with a 3.0-3.499 GPA for that previous semester are named to the “Honor Roll”; and students with a GPA of 3.5 or above will be named to the “Honor Roll with Distinction.”

Among the 596 students named to the “Honor Roll,” one is from Gallia County and two are from Mason County:

  • Jonathon Marcum, Vinton
  • Cody Anderson, Mason
  • Tekeyah Sain, Mason

Among the 482 students named to the “Honor Roll with Distinction” two are from Gallia County and two are from Mason County:

  • James Yongue, Vinton

  • Noelle Watson, Gallipolis,

  • Trent Whitaker, Mason
  • Zandt Van, Mason

“We are extremely proud that so many of our students earned this prestigious distinction,” ECOT Superintendent Rick Teeters said. “It’s not only a testament to the dedication of these students, but to the hundreds of hard-working teachers we have across Ohio.”

Since 2000, ECOT has provided Ohio students the best curriculum, technology and teachers available online. With more than 15,000 students having graduated from ECOT, and with an enrollment now over 15,000, ECOT is one of the largest online K-12 schools in the United States.