Alpharetta High valedictorian headed to Georgia Tech
by James Swift
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Regardless of the subject, Christian Sorensen, 18, said he loves expanding his knowledge. That passion for learning shows in his academic transcript; the Alpharetta High School senior is graduating with a 104.1 grade point average. With a course load that included 13 Advanced Placement classes, seven honors classes and two college-level mathematics — including calculus at Georgia Tech — it is not surprising that Sorensen has been named the class of 2015’s valedictorian. “Christian e...
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