Bonnett, Jenson named Triple A Award winners

As local recipients, Bonnett and Jenson will move onto consideration by the regional committee.

Ivy Jenson and Ezra Bonnett
Ivy Jenson and Ezra Bonnett
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WORTHINGTON — Ezra Bonnett and Ivy Jenson have been named District 518’s Triple A Award winners for 2023, the school announced today.

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Each year as a member of the Minnesota State High School League, District 518 chooses a male and female in the senior class for the Academics, Arts, and Athletics Award. The Academics, Arts, and Athletics Award commonly known as the Triple ‘A’ Award, honors high school seniors throughout the state who have a 3.0 or higher-grade point average and who participate in League-sponsored athletic and fine arts activities.

The criteria includes:

  • Being a high school senior at the time of nomination. Schools may nominate one senior boy and one senior girl for this award.
  • Having a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher at the time of nomination.
  • Participating in at least one League-sponsored athletic program and one arts/activity program.
  • Complying with the MSHSL's student code of conduct
  • Completing the application form and submitting it to the administrative region secretary by the deadline.

As local recipients, Bonnett and Jenson will move onto consideration by the regional committee, said Anne Foley, public relations/communications coordinator for District 518. A male and female regional Triple A Award winner for Class A and Class AA are named for consideration at the state level.
Bonnett has been involved in band, choir, orchestra, the Worthington High School musical, cross country and tennis. Jenson has been involved in band, choir, orchestra, tennis, gymnastics, track, and the Worthington Area Stingrays swim team.

Both of these outstanding seniors have experience as featured musicians, soloists, ensembles, section leaders, team captains and more — on top of doing well and working hard in the classroom.

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