Bo Robbins named 2020 Academic All-Stater

Guthrie High School senior Bo Robbins was named an Academic All-Stater. The achievement is awarded to only 100 students across the state.

The selection of Academic All-Staters is Oklahoma’s most rigorous academic competition. To be considered, students must obtain a 4.0 grade point average and a minimum 30 on the ACT. In total, 495 high school seniors were nominated.

The 2020 Academic All-State class is the 34th to be selected by the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence.  Since the award program’s inception in 1987, some 3,400 high school seniors from 326 school districts have been named Academic All-State scholars.

Robbins, the son of Seth and Melynn Robbins, is the first Academic All-Stater for Guthrie since 2015.

“We are very proud of Bo and his academic accomplishments,” Principal Chris LeGrande said. “This a well deserved honor as he represents the best and brightest that GHS has to offer.”

Each of this year’s All-Staters will receive a $1,000 merit-based scholarship and a medallion.

Robbins is also a stand-out on the golf course as he has helped guide the Bluejay golf team to back-to-back 5A state championships.

In November, Robbins signed to play golf at the Air Force Academy.

“I wanna say thanks to my family, teammates, and coaches for being there every step of my journey,” Robbins said. “Excited to play Division 1 golf and attend the United States Air Force Academy in 2020.”


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