Raymore-Peculiar School District News

Oct. 14, 2022

In this issue:

  • Academic honors
  • Football game
  • Calendar

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RPHS students earn academic honors

On Oct. 5, Raymore-Peculiar High School honored students with academic honors earned during the 2021-2022 school year. At right, Principal Steven Miller welcomes parents and guests to the awards ceremony.


Students were recognized for achievements such as earning an Academic Letter, receiving the Lamp of Learning award, placing in the top 5 percent of their class, and Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Scholarship. (See complete list)

Bright Flight 

Out of the Seniors who have taken the ACT, five students have qualified for Bright Flight, which is presented to the top 4 percent of scholars in the State of Missouri. These recipients are Anna CranstonEvelyn BursleyPaige BruflatMiles Sellami, and Max Solar

Lamp of Learning

A student who is named to the Principal’s Honor Roll both semesters earning a grade point average of 3.7 or higher both semesters will receive Lamp of Learning patch award the following year. Each subsequent qualifying year, the student will receive a bar. (See list)

Academic Letter

Students who achieve a 3.95 Grade Point Average, averaging both semesters during one school term, will receive an Academic Letter. Each subsequent qualifying year, the student will receive a bar. (See list)

Advanced Placement Scholar 2022

Students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more Advanced Placement exams.

11th grade (current seniors)

  • Andrew Brokaw
  • Porter Gum
  • Grace Halloway
  • Kaylie McClelland


Advanced Placement Scholar with Honor 2022

Students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP exams taken, AND scores of 3 or higher on four or more exams.

11th grade (current seniors)

  • Michaela Duran


IB Diploma Candidates

These students completed the first year of the two-year International Baccalaureate Diploma program.

11th grade (current seniors)

  • Alia Abdelgawad
  • Paige Bruflat
  • Evelyn Bursley
  • Delaney Gipple
  • Whitney Taylor

IB Scholars

These students earned a qualifying score in a one-year International Baccalaureate class.

11th grade (current seniors)

  • Lilyann Allee
  • Paige Bruflat
  • Evelyn Bursley
  • Lauren Carlisle
  • Brady Dillon
  • Delaney Gipple
  • Jacob Hartman
  • Bailey Roe
  • Emma Stanley
  • Whitney Taylor
  • Gabriela Vides

Home Football Game

The Ray-Pec football team will host the Liberty North Eagles at 7 p.m. tonight (Oct. 14), at Panther Stadium. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students with I.D. 

Fans ages 55 and older may show identification for free admission. Reminder: Students in 8th grade and younger must be accompanied by an adult. The theme is Pink Out.

Watch the games online

Can’t make it? Watch the game on the Ray-Pec Activities YouTube Channel. The live stream is staffed by Ray-Pec High School students.

Car Smash to CAN Cancer 

Ray-Pec Student Senate is sponsoring a car smash at tonight's home football game. Students will collect canned goods or non-perishable food items for the Caring About Nutrition (CAN) program. Following the Pink Out theme of the night of battling cancer, Student Senate is calling the car smash “CAN Cancer.” For each canned good donation, you have one opportunity to sledgehammer a car. This is a separate donation and will not gain you entrance into the home football game.


  • No school on Monday, Oct. 17, to allow for staff planning and collaboration.

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