Congratulations to the Class of 2013! SHS celebrated the Class of 2013's accomplishments during the annual awards program this morning.
SHS named Jack Bryan as Valedictorian and Katrina Henn as Salutatorian.
SHS also honored Jack Bryan as STAR student and Wade Williams as STAR teacher. Bryan, who scored a 33 on the ACT, selected Mr. Williams as the teacher who had most impacted his high school career.
Class of 2013 by the numbers:
15 seniors will graduate with highest honors, earning a 4.0 grade point average throughout their high school career.
Congratulations to Jack Bryan, Keith Caprio, Emily Damm, Katrina Henn, Nathaniel Houston, Mary Kate Hughes, Anna Jackson, Haley Jenkins, Akane Little, Hannah Miller, Jailyn Montgomery, Ethan Musser, Mary Elizabeth Stringer, Holly Travis, and Claire Vickers.
21 seniors were honored as Superintendent’s Distinguished Seniors, an award program established to recognize seniors who have earned highest honors at the state and national level of competition in achievement and service.
Congratulations to Rex Ames, Jack Bryan, Louis Codling, Leah Gibson, Barrett Higginbotham, Mary Kate Hughes, Haley Jenkins, Jawon Johnson, Akane Little, Hannah Miller, Ethan Musser, Gabe Myles, Angela White, Katie Wood, Seoin Jeong, Marina Dandass, Andrew Lark, III, Madison Morgan, Grant Woomer, Holly Travis and Ethan Cartwright.
18 students selected as Seniors of Distinction for their outstanding talents in the areas of academics, arts, athletics and activism.
Congratulations Garison Arinder, Jack Bryan, Jordan Cohen, Jamiyah Covington, Emily Damm, Leah Gibson, Barrett Higginbotham, Mark Anne Hobart, Mary Kate Hughes, Anna Jackson, Akane Little, Jailyn Montgomery, Ethan Musser, Gabriel Myles, Mary Elizabeth Stringer, Holly Travis, Grant Woomer and Stacie Young.
41 seniors will graduate with honors.
Congratulations to Garison Arinder, Kyle Bolin, Chandler Buntin, Madison Buntin, Alec Cartwright, Ethan Cartwright, Kara Coble, Louis Codling, Zjhikhiria Cofer, Jordan Cohen, Jamiyah Covington, Marina Dandass, Robert Dandass, Courtney Davis, Akeena Edwards, Paige Fogarty, Jasmine Gandy, Leah Gibson, Sara Powell Harper, Victoria Hearn, Barrett Higginbotham, Cnee’ Jackson, Micah Knox, Mikeshia Mobley, Madison Morgan, Gabriel Myles, Dheer Patel, Keshawn Pope, Allison Price, Aaron Remotigue, Tyberian Stallings, Mikala Taylor, Keats Voges-Haupt, Angela White, Lacy Claire Whitten, Michael Windhorn, Jr.,
Katherine Wood, Grant Woomer, Shelby Wynn, Alexis Young and Stacie Young
89 Mississippi Scholars
Congratulations to Morgan Allstot, Garrison Arinder, Jahleel Bardwell, Bradi Barnes, Troy Bartlett, Mirage Bell, Kristina Berch, Carolina Berryhill, Kiana Bridges, Jack Bryan, Sarah Buice, Chandler Buntin, Madison Buntin, Keith Caprio, Alec Cartwright,
Ethan Cartwright, Taylor Clay, Zjhikhiria Cofer, Jordan Cohen, Abriauna Collier, Jessi Collier, Jamiyah Covington, Emily Damm, Colin Damms, Marina Dandass, Robert Dandass, Courtney Davis, Akeena Edwards, Jessica Freshour, Jasmin Gandy, Tyne Gann,
Leah Gibson, Sara Powell Harper, Victoria Hearn, Teyairra Hendrix, Katrina Henn, Divian Hicks, Barrett Higginbotham, Mark Anne Hobart, Nathanael Houston, Mary Kate Hughes, Anna Jackson, Cnee’ Jackson, Haley Jenkins, Shaina Kemp, Kirl Kinard,
Joshua Kitchens, Nicholas Kolbet, Darby Kolle, Peter Kuykendall, Andrew Lark, Jasmine Mangual, David McKell, Hannah Miller,
Michaela Mills, Mikeshia Mobley, Jailyn Montgomery, Madison Morgan, Nathaniel Morris, Ethan Musser, Gabriel Myles, Alan Nichols, Dheer Patel, Keshawn Pope, Aaron Remotigue, Divian Rice, Joshua Rice, D’Kyra Robinson, Aaliyah Sherrod, Tyberian Stallings, Mary Elizabeth Stringer, Mikala Taylor, Celia Thompson, Emma Tkach. Sarah Torres, Holly Travis, Claire Vickers, Keats Voges-Haupt, Duncan Watson, Angela White, Arolyn Williams, Michael Windhorn, Katherine Wood, Grant Woomer, Jarvis Wright, Shelby Wynn, Alexis Young and Stacie Young.
$3 million in scholarships awarded to the Class of 2012.
Top earnings for the Class of 2013 Scholarships
Mississippi State University Presidential Scholarship, $250,000
Mississippi State University, $680,000
Baylor University, $50,000
University of Alabama, $107,800
University of Mississippi, $122,500
University of the South (Sewanee) , $40,000
Centre College, $72,000
Mississippi University for Women, $44,000
Savannah College of Art and Design, $40,000
Memphis College of Arts, $64,000
University of Southern Mississippi, $16,500
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, $44,000
Oberlin College, $25,000
Carnegie Mellon, $27,860
University of Georgia, $36,000
Auburn University, $30,000
American University, $40,000
University of Miami, $64,000
Florida State University, $38,488
Texas A&M, $68,000
University of San Diego, $60,000
Emory University, $135,976
Belhaven University, $120,000
United States Naval Academy, $380,000
We are so proud of you!