Argyle High School Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Argyle High School Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Annabel Thorpe is this year’s Argyle High School Valedictorian.

She started the broadcast journalism program at AHS which she now co-teaches.

She has been the Editor-In-Chief of the Talon News for two years, and acted as lead anchor, director and reporter at Talon News online. She has placed several times in the UIL Young Filmmakers festival over the course of three years including two first place medals, two second place medals and one third place medal. Last year, she won first, second and third place for three different films. She also freelanced for FOX Sports Southwest, Teen’s Voices with Women’s eNews, FD Magazine, KMU Radio, KTIM Radio, Cross Timbers Gazette and Abby Cone Music.

She has been part of Eagles Helping Eaglets, Challenge Day Club, Nursing Home, Student Council, National Honor Society, Prom Committee, and Treasurer of the
Senior Class.

She plans to major in Journalism with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Missouri and become a major news network anchor.

Max McWhorter is this year’s Argyle High School Salutatorian.

Max was a National Merit Scholarship Finalist and an AP Scholar with Distinction Award Recipient. He competed in UIL academics as well as several academic meets on regional, district and state levels in Science, Mathematics, Calculator, Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics, placing in the top three over 30 times across a three year period.

He also won numerous Argyle High School academic awards including the AP History Award and the AP Chemistry Award.

Max is a member of Mensa, the Board Game Club and National Honor Society. He played synthesizer in the Argyle High School Marching Band and was part of the 4A UIL State Marching Band Champions.

He plans to major in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the University of Oklahoma.

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