Angelina College Students Earn Texas Academic All-State Honors


Kelly Inkster (left) and Madison Reeves

Kelly Inkster (left) and Madison Reeves. Not pictured: Bethany Cole.

Angelina College students Bethany Cole, Kelly Inkster, and Madison Reeves were recently named Texas Academic All-State students. In order to qualify, they had to have at least a 3.5 grade point average and complete a rigorous screening process by the national Phi Theta Kappa honor society. While being a member of Phi Theta Kappa is no longer a requirement to earn this honor, Cole, Inkster and Reeves are all members.

Bethany Cole of Lufkin is a nursing major. After graduating from AC, she plans to transfer to Texas A&M to earn her bachelor’s degree in nursing.

Kelly Inkster of Splendora is a general curriculum major who plans to transfer to Stephen F. Austin State University in the fall.

Madison Reeves is a Child & Family Development major from Livingston.

For more information about Texas Academic All-State honors or Phi Theta Kappa at Angelina College, contact Benetha Jackson at bjackson@angelina.edu.