Lance Lebanoff Logan Lebanoff
Identical twin brothers Lance and Logan Lebanoff not only share DNA, they share the title of Lake Region High School salutatorians. They graduated with weighted 4.578 GPAs. The 2012 graduating seniors are the youngest in a family with a history of producing high-achieving students. Their older sisters graduated with honors. In 2009, their sister Loni Lebanoff was named Lake Region High School valedictorian.
But the boys don’t just excel in academics. They are both musically inclined. The twins play the piano. In addition to tickling the ivories, Lance plays the tuba. Logan plays the trumpet. As a result, they were both actively involved in the school symphonic band. Both rose to the position of band section leader. For their outstanding contribution to the band, the young men received the 2011-2012 Directors Award.
Both boys also participated in honors chorus.
The twins have decided to first attend Polk State College where they will receive associate degrees before they move on to university. The twins are considering University of Florida. They applied this year, and were accepted for the 2012-2013 school year.
Erica Amanda Ortiz is this year’s Lake Region High School valedictorian.
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This will be a small college, with special programs within the university. Eventually, the academy will accommodate 2,000 students. These students will be doing internships, taking online classes, and studying abroad. UF officials believe the school is the first in the nation to offer this approach.