Student Achievements

Students of the Month


August 2016

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for August 2016.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  August’s CHS Students of the Month are Charity and Cody.

Charity has been an honor student her entire CHS career, earning a 4.5 overall GPA while enrolled in honors, AP classes, and dual enrollment classes.  Charity represented CHS as at Girls’ State and was chosen as a LOSFA Trailblazer.  Charity also received the Biology Departmental Award, given to the student with the highest overall average in all sections of Biology, and has been honored for perfect attendance 9 of her  11 years in school!  In the CHS community, Charity contributes in many different arenas.  As an athlete, she competes as a Lady Lion Varsity Volleyball Team member as well as a member of the Varsity Track Team where she was selected to the All-District team.  During football season, you’ll find her with the Marching Lions, and this year as a senior, she serves as one of the three Drum Majors.  Additionally, she plays in the Wind Symphony during concert season and participates in the Talented Music Program.  In the past three years, Charity was selected both for St. Tammany Parish Honor Band and the District Honor Band.  Through STUCO, Charity leads her class as a Student Council Representative where she has served for the past two years.  The National Honor Society this year, elected Charity Vice-President, but she also holds membership in other clubs such as Next Generation and Foreign Language Club.  In the Covington community, Charity has earned the honor of the Young Womanhood Distinction, which is an achievement comparable to Eagle Scout. Charity also volunteered her time through Mormon Helping Hands which provided help in gutting houses after the floods locally this past spring as well as during Hurricane Issac and the Mississippi tornadoes.  Through school, Charity participated in Relay for Life and has also donated her time at the Covington Food Bank and Thrift Store.

Cody has also maintained an impressive 4.4 GPA while challenging himself with advanced courses in every subject area. He, too, will receive college credit as a high school senior through dual enrollment classes such as English IV/101/102, Pre-Calculus, and Biology II. Cody holds membership in The National Honor Society, Foreign Language Club, and the Tri M Music Honor Society, where he was elected Historian.  In addition, he serves as the Treasurer this year for The Next Generation Club.  In STUCO, Cody has held class office for the past two years. Elsewhere on campus, Cody has distinguished himself as a member of the CHS Marching and Symphonic Bands, as a clarinet player.  In addition to serving as a section leader, Cody earned the 10th chair spot in the St. Tammany Parish Sr. High Honor Band.  This year, Cody serves with Charity as one of the Marching Lions’ Drum Majors.   When he’s not busy pursuing his passion for music, Cody pursues another of his passions:  theater.  He has performed in 13 CHS productions ranging from ensemble roles in What Fire Could Never Burn and Oedipus Rex to playing Santa in The Happy Elf and Charlie Brown in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown – not to mention his hysterically funny turn as one of the “goth” students in Bring It On.   This fall he’ll perform Mr. Mushnik in Little Shop of Horrors which is currently in rehearsals. In the larger community, Cody is an active member of his church, New Zion Baptist Church, and has volunteered his time at the Hope House Fundraiser, The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.

Congratulations to these deserving students, and thank you-- both for the great example you set for other students --and your tremendous contributions to CHS.

September 2016

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for September 2016.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  September’s Students of the Month are Maggie and Harris.

Maggie has been an honor student her entire CHS career, earning a 4.43 overall GPA while enrolled in gifted, honors and AP classes, and in her senior year, is taking English and Functions and Statistics, dual enrollment classes for which she will receive college credit.  Her ACT score is an impressive 31.  Maggie received the honor of being chosen as a LOSFA Trailblazer and as a Southeastern Scholar Student.  In addition, Maggie won first place in the fiction category for SLWP Writes and was chosen as the CHS English Representative for Literary Rally twice.  She achieved the rank of District Finalist at Literary Rally in 2014, and in 2016 won the English Departmental Award, given to the student with the highest overall average in English III.  In the visual arts, Maggie received Honorable Mention at Three Rivers Art Festival. Maggie has served CHS as a Student Council Representative and as National Honor Society Art Coordinator.  She is also involved in the Foreign Language Club and Key Club.  Maggie has represented CHS in the community, where she volunteered at the Relay for Life, and has participated in CHS Beautification Day.  Maggie also finds time to work part-time at a local day-care center.

Harris has also maintained an impressive 4.5 GPA while challenging himself with advanced courses, and he has been awarded the 3.5+ GPA award each of his years at CHS. Harris is involved in Debater’s Den, serving as its Treasurer, and holds membership in both The National Honor Society and the Robotics Club, of which he is the President and co-founder.  Harris was invited to represent CHS in Literary Rally and has won both the Spanish and English Departmental Awards.  Harris was chosen as Honorable Mention and 3rd place in the SLWP Writes Competition. Last summer, Harris participated in the Young Leaders of St. Tammany Parish.  In the larger community, Harris completes service hours and works part time at 21 Century and at a local fast food restaurant.

Congratulations to these deserving students, and thanks for the great example you both set for other students.  We know the future holds great things for you, and we wish you well on your journey!

October 2016

The CHS Students of the Month are chosen by a committee of CHS teachers which selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the characteristics of:  scholarship, leadership, citizenship and character.  October’s Students of the Month are Lindsey and Albert.

Lindsey is an honor student – with an amazing 4.5 GPA --who challenges herself by choosing accelerated coursework in every subject area, including honors, AP, and dual enrollment classes.   As you’d expect, she is a member of the National Honor Society and has achieved the 3.5 or Higher GPA Award every year at CHS.  Lindsey has received many awards for academic excellence, including placing at District Literary Rally in Algebra I, II, and Pre-Calculus.   Lindsey represented CHS at Girls’ State last summer and at the Rotary Youth Leadership Camp where she distinguished herself by being asked to return as a counselor.  In the CHS community, as a four-year member of the Cheer team, Lindsey has devoted herself to cheering on every Fighting Lion team, and this year serves as the team’s captain.  Lindsey also competes on the Lion’s Varsity track team. In addition, Lindsey holds membership in the Key Club and Fellowship of Christian Athletes, where she serves as Senior Officer.  She was elected class Vice-president in both her Junior and Senior years, and participated in last year’s spring musical Bring It On as an ensemble member.  In the larger Covington community, Lindsey volunteers her time at Relay for Life, the Covington Food Bank, Habitat for Humanity, and Quackafalaya.  Finally, Lindsey also finds time to work part-time as a soccer referee and as a tumbling coach. After graduation, Lindsey will attend college and aspires to one day be a surgical nurse.

Albert, whose GPA is also a 4.5, has distinguished himself as an honor student, excelling in honors, AP, and dual-enrollment courses across the curriculum, and he even won the Calculus Award last school year.  Albert represented CHS at the 2016 District Literary Rally in Calculus and also at Louisiana Boys’ State last summer. As a four-year honor roll student, Albert holds membership in the National Honor Society.  As a founding member of CHS’s Bowling Team, Albert has competed for the last four years.  Out in the Greater Covington Community, Albert volunteers his time at the Multiple Sclerosis Tour for the Cure where he repairs bicycles for cyclists at the event and also works in his family business where he employs his skill in computer networking and architecture, photography, photo editing, and lighting.  After graduation, Albert plans to attend Louisiana Tech and major in mechanical engineering.

We are so proud of both of you, Lindsey and Albert, and want to thank you for all that you do for our school and for the example you set for other students.

November 2016

The CHS Students of the Month are chosen by a committee of CHS teachers which selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the characteristics of:  scholarship, leadership, citizenship and character.  CHS November Students of the Month are Hannah and Austin.

Hannah is an honor student who challenges herself by choosing accelerated coursework in every subject area, including honors, AP, and dual enrollment classes.   As you’d expect, she is a member of the National Honor Society and has achieved the 3.5 or Higher GPA Award every year at CHS.  Hannah has received many awards for academic excellence such as the Civics Departmental Award, and she represented CHS at District Literary Rally in Psychology.  She participates in CHS’s Foreign Language Club and FFA programs.  She also held the office of class reporter in her freshman and sophomore years.   In the CHS sports community, Hannah competes for the CHS Equestrian Team, where she earned Varsity Letters the past three years, and on the Tennis team.  Hanna’s true passion – besides her studies—revolves around horses.  Over the past 3 years, Hannah has held 26 state championships in Louisiana and Mississippi.  She holds the title of champion in categories as varied as the American Quarter Horse Association’s Level 1 Central National Grand Champion and championships in horsemanship as well as trail and Western Pleasure riding.  In the community at large, Hanna gives of her time to Basket of Hope which brings baskets of treats to terminally ill patients and to the VFW where she sold poppies to raise money for veterans.  Hannah also volunteered with the NFL program Play 60 as a fitness volunteer.  After she graduates, Hannah plans to fulfill her dream of attending Georgia to pursue a degree in pharmacy.

Austin has also distinguished himself as a 3.5+ honor student, excelling in gifted and other advanced classes, and even scored an impressive 31 on the ACT.  At CHS, Austin holds membership in the National Honor Society, Gamer’s Club, and The Debater’s Den, for which he has served as president for the past 2 years.  Austin attended multiple Duke TIPS programs and wrestled as a freshman on the CHS Wrestling Team.  Austin enjoys playing guitar and participates as a member of LAAPA’s Rock Pop Ensemble and plays guitar with the Covington School of Music.  Out in the Greater Covington Community, Austin lent a hand at the Covington Food bank and serves as a student assistant at Twenty-First Century at Pine View Middle School.  After graduation, Austin plans to attend college and major in Material Engineering or Music.

We are so proud of both of you, Hannah and Austin, and want to thank you for all that you do for our school and for the example you set for other students.

December 2016

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for December 2016.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  December’s Students of the Month are Heaven and Nicholas.

Heaven is an honors student with a cumulative 4.4 GPA and an impressive score of 32 on the ACT.  She has consistently challenged herself with advanced coursework in all subject areas:  honors, dual-enrolled and AP.   Heaven received the Stephen Decatur Leadership Award, the Military Order of the World Wars Merit Award as well as the Honesty and Integrity Award.   Heaven was also named the French I Student of the Year in 2015, the same year she won second place in the District Literary Rally in French I and also won “First in Division” at the State Literary Rally in French I.  On campus, Heaven is involved in NJROTC.  Last year, heaven served as the Public Affairs Officer, and has competed on the Marksmanship and Academics teams in the past.  Heaven also holds membership in HOSA and The Debater’s Den.   Heaven has volunteered in the community as a part of Chef Soiree and for Pallets with a Purpose.  At her church, Heaven serves as an Acolyte, assisting with church services.  Heaven is now evaluating scholarship offers for college, and narrowing down her choices, but she plans to pursue a pre-med major, and then go onto medical school.

Nicholas also excels as an honor student at CHS --with an amazing GPA of 4.5 and an ACT score of 30.  He has, throughout his career at CHS, chosen to take honors, AP, and dual enrollment classes across the curriculum, and is involved in the CHS band program.  He has been awarded the 3+5 GPA Award every semester at CHS and is certified in Microsoft Office.  As musician in the CHS community, Nicholas plays trumpet with the CHS Marching Lions, as well as in the Concert Band.  This year, Nicholas was elected to serve as Sergeant of the band, and was invited to perform with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra.  He also holds membership in The Tri-M Honor Society, The National Honor Society, and the Next Generation Club. In the Covington community at large, Nicholas volunteers his time and talents for his church where he serves as the sound booth technician, a keyboard player, and a technical consultant who creates PowerPoints for worship services.  After graduation, Nicholas plans to attend Southeastern University and pursue a degree in music.

We are so proud of both of you, Heaven and Nicholas, and want to thank you for all that you do for our school--- and for the example you set for other students.

January 2017

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for January 2016.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character. CHS is proud to name Celina and Andrew as January 2017 Students of the Month.

Celina is an honor roll student who has a 4.45 GPA, and an amazing 30 on her ACT.  In fact, on the English portion of the exam, she earned a score of 35, only one point from perfection.  She challenges herself with honors, AP, and dual enrollment classes here at CHS, earning both college and high school credit at the same time in English 102, Algebra 141, and Trigonometry 142.  Celina has made the honor roll every semester at CHS, and will attend literary rally for English 101 DE this year.  She was also selected to participate in the HOBY Youth Leadership program in her junior year.  Through CHS’s Computer Technology Department, Celina earned certification in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.  In addition to these impressive accomplishments, Celina holds membership in the National Honor Society, The Foreign Language Club, and The National Art Honor Society.  In the larger Covington Community, Celina devotes much of her time to volunteer activities with the VFW --selling poppies, through HOBY --sprucing up the USS Kidd, and with COAST --aiding senior citizens.  After graduation in May, Celina plans to pursue a STEM major at the University of Colorado where she has been awarded a 30,000 scholarship.

Andrew is also an accomplished student who has maintained a 4.1 GPA, while enrolled in many honors, AP and dual-enrollment classes.  His impressive 30 on the ACT is a testament to his intelligence and diligence. During his time at CHS, Andrew has been named a Taylor Scholar and received the 3.5+ Honor Roll Award every semester.   He represented CHS well at Literary Rally last year in Physics, placing third at both the District Rally at Southeastern and at the State Rally at LSU. As an active member of CHS’ Powerlifting team, Andrew stands out as a leader and accomplished member.  He was a member of the teams which won the High School National Championships in 2014 and 2016, and placed second in 2015.  Individually, he placed 1st in his weight class at the Regional High School Powerlifting Meet in 2016 and 2nd at the State Meet.  On the National Level, Andrew placed 4th in his weight and set the USAPL Teen II American Bench Press Record in his weight class.  As a result of his hard work and success, The US National Powerlifting Team invited Andrew to be a member.  As a member of that team, in August, Andrew was named “Best Lifter” in the Sub-Junior division and placed 1st in his class.  When he’s not lifting for the Lions or the USA, Andrew serves in the Foreign Language Club as its Vice-President and as the Emcee for the Mr. CHS Pageant.  He also belongs to the National Honor Society and the CHS Jumbotron team, where he helps as a part of the camera crew and in the press box helping  with video and instant replay.   Andrew volunteers his time for CHS Science Awareness Day and at Relay for Life.  In addition to this multitude of activities, Next year, Andrew plans to attend a 4-year university (LA Tech) and pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Congratulations to these deserving students, and thanks for the great example you both set for other students.

February 2017

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for February 2017.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  The Student of the Month committee is proud to announce that February’s Students of the Month are Isabella and Dalton.

Isabella has been an honor student her entire CHS career, earning a 4.5 overall GPA while enrolled in Gifted classes, and has also challenged herself with both Pre-Calculus and English 101/102, dual enrollment classes for which she will receive college credit.  In addition to her studies at CHS, Isabella attends NOCCA (New Orleans Creative Center of the Arts) part-time.  Isabella received the Art Department Award and the English Department award in her Freshman and Sophomore years, and represented CHS at Literary Rally in both English and Art.  Over the years, her passion for art led her to enter and win many art contests, such as the Three Rivers Art Festival and The Salad Days Art Contest, both of which she won in 2013, 2014, and 2015.   In the CHS community, Isabella has served as the Student Council reporter for the past two years.  She is also involved in the National Honor Society, where she serves as its reporter this year.  In this, her Senior year, Isabella was chosen to write the CHS Times Picayune column each month.  Isabella competed as a Lady Lion on the Varsity Track and Volleyball teams for 3 and 4 years respectively.  In the Covington community, Isabella volunteers her time with the Covington Rotary Club, and by donating artwork to support various causes. Upon graduation, Isabella hopes to attend college out of state and major in photojournalism and international studies.  

Dalton has also maintained an impressive 4.35 GPA while challenging himself with advanced courses in every subject area.  He, too, will receive college credit as a high school senior through the English 101/102 course, in addition to the credits he earned last year in dual enrollment Pre-Calculus and American History.  Dalton was selected as an attendee in his junior year for the Hugh O’Brien Youth Association’s summer program of leadership development.  On campus, Dalton devotes much of his time to CHS’s FFA, where he serves this year as the President;  in addition, he has held the offices of Vice-President and Reporter in past years.  On the football field, Dalton excelled as CHS’s Varsity Center, and was honored in his Senior season as Team Captain.  Dalton also competes on CHS’s Powerlifting team. In the Covington Community at large, Dalton donates his time and talents to the Covington Food Bank.  Upon graduation, Dalton will attend Mississippi State University and major in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Business.

Congratulations to these deserving students, and thanks for the great example you both set for other students.

March 2017

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School’s Students of the Month for March 2017.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  March’s Students of the Month are Hannah and Darrell.

Hannah is a CHS honor student whose coursework includes many honors, AP, and dual-enrollment classes.  Her 4.5 GPA is evidence of her intelligence and commitment to excellence, as is the fact that she has been on the Honor Roll all of her semesters at CHS.  She is a member of National Honor Society, and this year serves as the organization’s president.  In CHS’s athletic community, Hannah has competed on the Varsity Tennis, Cross Country and Track Teams.  In the community, Hannah shows cattle and is a long-time member of the Louisiana Junior Jersey Association.  This year, Hannah was elected president of that organization.  Hannah also belongs to the St. Tammany Parish 4-H Community Club which she serves as its vice-president.   At her Church, New Zion Baptist Church, Hannah belongs to the youth group and the Praise Band, where she plays piano and bass guitar.  With the youth group, she has volunteered her time with Operation Nehemiah, which helps local charities like the food bank, and has traveled to Wyoming to the Wind River Indian Reservation where she taught Vacation Bible School and did construction work through the Impact Wyoming Mission trip.   After graduation, Hannah plans to attend LSU in Baton Rouge to pursue a degree in Biological Sciences, and eventually go to medical school.

Darrell also challenges himself with honors, dual-enrollment, and AP courses and has maintained a 3.9 GPA over the past 4 years at CHS, earning the 3.5+GPA Award in each of his semesters here.  Darrell has participated in Student Council as a class representative over the last four years, and belongs to the National Honor Society.  On the Athletic field, Darrell has competed on the CHS Lion Varsity football and track teams.  This year, he received the Harvey Ferrer Award which recognizes players with outstanding passion for their team.  At the Foreign Language Club’s Mr. CHS Pageant this year, Darrell was named the Most Handsome, which is awarded to the first runner up of the pageant.  Last year, he was named Most Witty.  In the Covington community at large, Darrell volunteered his time at Relay for Life and at Monster Mash.  Recently, Darrell has committed to play football at Minnesota’s University Northwestern - St. Paul where he received the UNW Grant and the President’s Award, scholarships worth in excess of $15,000 per year.  Post-graduation, Darrell will bundle up and head to Minnesota to purse a degree in biology with an eye towards medical school.

Congratulations to these two accomplished students! We are proud of you, and we thank you for sharing your Purpose, Passion, and Pride with our CHS community!

April 2017

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for April 2017.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  April’s Students of the Month are Cristen and Darion.

Cristen has been an honor student her entire CHS career, earning a 4.5 overall GPA while enrolled in honors classes, and in her senior year, takes English 101, Biology II, and Pre-Calculus dual enrollment, classes for which she will receive college credit.  Cristen received certification in Microsoft, Powerpoint, Publisher, and Excel, and has been on the 4.0+ honor roll every semester of her high school career.  She represented CHS at Literary Rally for English in her junior year.  Cristen also belongs to the US Achievement Academy Scholars and received an invitation to the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Science Conference.  Cristen is a Varsity Letter holder and 4 year member of CHS’s Band Program, and was inducted into the Tri-M Music Honor Society. She received the Perfect Attendance award in band and earned the First Chair Wind Symphony Award, as well as being selected to the Parish Honor Band in her sophomore year.  She is also involved in the Paw Prints, National Honor Society, Next Generation, and Key Clubs. In her 4 years at CHS, Cristen has represented CHS in the community, where she volunteered at the Relay for Life, the Covington Food Bank, and Toys for Tots.  Cristen also volunteers at her church, The Lakeshore Church, in the nursery.  After graduation, Cristen hopes to pursue a science major and eventually graduate from Physical Therapy school.

Darion has also maintained an impressive 4.4 GPA while challenging himself with advanced courses in all subject areas, including Dual Enrolled Pre-Calculus, Biology II and Drafting, and he has been awarded the Academic Achievement Award each of his years at CHS. Darion was selected as one of CHS’s delegates to Boys State last summer as well, and holds certification in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and in AUTOCAD.  Aside from academics, Darion’s involvement with NJROTC has defined his experience at CHS.  In his senior year, Darion served the unit as the Commanding Officer, but has also served as the unit’s Training Officer and Orienteering team captain, while participating in seven teams within the unit.  Darion completed both Basic Leadership training and the NJROTC Leadership Academy.  He has been honored with the National Sojourner’s Award, the Non-Commissioned Officers’ Association Award, and the Military Order of the Purple Heart National Leadership Award.  On the athletic front, Darion competed as a Lion on the Varsity Cross Country and Long Distance Track teams.  Darion also holds membership in The National Honor Society.  In addition to his involvement in school, Darion also works part time at Information Systems and Networks Corporation where his duties include being an undercover tobacco purchaser. 

Congratulations, Cristen and Darion, for the excellent example you set and for your loyalty and commitment to our school.  We wish you the best of luck as you move into the next phase of your lives!

May 2017

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for May 2017.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  May’s Students of the Month are Marissa and Joy.

Marissa has been an honor student her entire CHS career, earning a 4.4 overall GPA while enrolled in honors classes across the curriculum, and in her senior year, is taking English 101/102 and Biology II,  dual enrollment classes for which she will receive college credit.  Marissa earned certification in Microsoft, Power Point, and Excel, and has been on the 3.5+ honor roll every semester of her high school career. At the end of her sophomore year, Marissa also received the HOBY Leadership Award. Marissa participates in the talented visual and performing arts programs at CHS where she performs with the CLAPS Program in the summers and in musical and dramatic productions throughout the school year.   She belongs to the National Honor Society and the National Art Honor Society whose purpose is to uphold high academic and artistic standards as well as to provide service to the community.  In her 4 years at CHS, Marissa has represented CHS in the community, where she volunteered at the Relay for Life.

Joy has also maintained an impressive 4.3 GPA while challenging herself with advanced courses, including Dual Enrollment and AP classes in every subject area. Needless to say, she received Honor Roll each of her semesters at CHS, and was awarded the A+ Attitude Award in her junior year. Joy competed in Literary Rally, placing 2nd in the District in Agriscience II, and holds membership in The National Honor Society, FFA, and the Equestrian Team.   This year, Joy serves as the NHS Secretary and the captain of the Equestrian Team.  Through her involvement in FFA, Joy competed at the Geaux Teach State competition where she won 4th place, 1st place, and a $1,000 scholarship.  Joy also won an $18,000 scholarship to her college of choice, Louisiana College, for the State Youth Speaker’s Tournament and was chosen as a delegate for the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders.  Elsewhere in the community, Joy has distinguished herself with wins in barrel racing and in livestock showing throughout her high school career. Joy is an active member of her church, First Baptist in Covington, and volunteers her time at the St. Tammany Parish fair assisting with the mini-farm.  She also participates in the 4-H Junior Leaders and held the office of Parliamentarian in 2015.  In the fall, Joy will attend Louisiana College and major in Secondary English Education.

Congratulations, Marissa and Joy, on all of your success!  We wish you every happiness in the next chapter on your journey. Once a Lion, always a Lion!


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