We often hear of the hard work and dedication of our players on the court, but at the BCC Tennis Academy we stress being a champion in the classroom as well as on the court. Here’s some highlights from our student’s achievements in the classroom during the past year.

JOHN PAUL DILLON (11) – compiled a perfect 4.0 grade-point-average during his 5th grade school year at Crossings Christian School.

PARKER DILLON (15) – for the second consecutive school year, Parker was named to the 2018-19 Crossings Christian School Headmaster’s Honor Roll, which recognizes high school students who carry a 4.0 grade-point-average or higher at the conclusion of the academic year.  Was honored as Outstanding Student of the Year for his Spanish class. Parker helped lead Crossings to a third-place finish in the 2019 OSSAA Speech & Debate Championships in Norman, and paired with a teammate to place 5th in Policy Debate.

KELLEN HAYS (9) – completed the 4th grade with all A’s during entire school year at Sequoyah Elementary in Edmond.

MACY HAYS (9) – received “Straight-A’s” throughout her 4th grade school year, and one was a one-of-two students to complete the Sequoyah Elementary Book Challenge.

TAYTUM JONES (10) – earned A’s across-the-board during his 4th grade school year at John Ross Elementary in Edmond.  Taytum was also the 4th-grade boy’s recipient of the Perseverance Tag, and received distinguished honors and a perfect score for his presentation on the Fredrick Douglas Wax Museum.

ALMA MENDOZA (11) – in her first semester at Dove Science Academy in Oklahoma City, Alma recorded five A’s and an overall grade point average of 3.67 during her 5th grade spring semester.

HEAVENLY WASHINGTON (14) – maintained a heavy workload with three AP classes and maintained a 3.5 grade-point-average to complete her final year at Deer Creek Middle School and will enter Deer Creek High School as a freshman in 2019-20.

PLEASE NOTE:  Selected elementary schools and/or school districts where BCCTA students attend do not implement a traditional letter-grading system (A, B, C…), thus students do not receive a numerical grade-point-average (4.0, 3.5…).  Parents of BCCTA students retain the option of making public the academic & service honors their children may have received during the 2018-19 school year.


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