Eton Academy Graduate Recognized by Phi Beta Kappa
Top graduating seniors from 109 are high schools in Metro Detroit are being honored this month by the Detroit Association of Phi Beta Kappa, including one graduate from the Eton Academy, Birmingham's school for special learners.
More than 3,600 graduating seniors from public, private, and parochial high schools in southeastern Michigan who maintained a 3.75 grade point in their academic classes are receiving a certificate of recognition from the Detroit Association of Phi Beta Kappa, which is comprised of members of the Detroit-area national scholastic honor society.
Alyssa Minnix, one out of this year's nine graduating seniors from the Eton Academy — a school for students with special learning needs based in Birmingham — earned recognition from Phi Beta Kappa this year.
“These students have earned recognition as future leaders and scholars by doing what it takes to rank at the head of their classes, and they deserve all the praise and recognition we can give them,” said Seymour J. Wolfson, president of the organization.