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Dedication to their academic success was evident at the COMPASS first quarter academic awards. 49 awards were presented to students for outstanding work in Algebra, Personal Finance, Geometry, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, Botany, Government, World History, Sociology, U.S. History, American Literature, Speech, Journalism, Reading, Contemporary Literature, English, Physical Education, and Achievement Studies.

COMPASS is a voluntary high school program designed to provide an alternative education for students in grades 11-12 in the Linn-Mar and Marion Independent School Districts, or referred by attending institution. Students attending COMPASS earn credit toward their resident high school diploma. COMPASS meets the unique needs of students by providing individualized graduation plans and relevant curricula. The goal is to provide academic and social/emotional support so that every student will achieve academic and personal success.

Congratulations to the honorees.