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Honor Education Council Representatives announced

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The Honor Education Council is a selected group of students from grades nine-12, along with faculty members, that promote Archer’s honor code around campus. Each grade and the faculty have three representatives.

On April 24, students voted for new representatives for the rising ninth grade and eleventh grade. On April 26, students voted for one new faculty representative.

Below are the results and the Honor Education Council for the 2017-2018 school year.

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