Fifty-three earn Honor Graduate colors

 

Pictured above are the 2021 SCHS Honor Graduates pictured, not in order, are Gracen Elizabeth Kirkland, Ansley Marie Long, Bryanna Rae Hardy, Miranda Jade Brannon, James Harris Palmer, III, Jeffery Peyton Baker, Andra’ Latricia Lundy, Sierra Elizabeth Houston, Sabrina Nicole Cannon, Parth Hemantkumar Patel, James Alton Deal, Emilee  Claire Fain, Samuel David Pollock, Jr., Matthew Lee Hayden Ricchiuti, Carson Rodney Odom, William Clay Towns, Tora Jeanette Bryant, Isabella Grace Spooner, Savanna Maria Whitaker, Leahbeth Camille Boyett, Dahveon Demere Kimble, Holden Joseph Owens, Peyton Joseph Brown, Wendell Dwight Craft, Jr., Breanna Lynn Fletcher, Jacob Hampton Jarvis, Brinlee Jade Easom, Imauri Areyon Virgin, Nicholas Paul Robinson, Macy Caroline Batchelor, Brayden Keith White, Robert Paul Weir, Brayson Lane Reynolds, Lee Ann Cumbie, James Steven Holmes, Jackson Ray McConnell, Thomas Wade Chance, La’Gabrille Kiara Lewis, Moses Patrick James, III, Aidan Dakota Sherrer, Ashton Hart Walker, Katelyn Reinee Greenstein, Breanna Kathleen Bowman, Clayton Justice Burch, Jesse Frank Smith, Jr., Saniyah Ja’Brea Moton, Jayvione Zacari King, Rebecca Ann Chambliss, Tationa Candria Rambo, Lacey Sierra Sims, Matthew Patrick Parker, Joseph Caiden
Sheffield, and Kalyn Ty’anna Bush.

The SCHS Baccalaureate service will be held at the Donalsonville Church of God at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 19. 

The SCHS Graduation ceremony is set for Friday, May 21 at the Jesse McLeod Gymnasium on the SCMHS campus.

At last week’s Senior honors night Seminole County High School proudly announced the Honor Graduates of the Class of 2021.  

This year’s graduating class has fifty-three students who will be graduating with honors. 
Valedictorian for the Class of 2021 is Gracen Elizabeth Kirkland, and this year’s Salutatorian is Ansley Marie Long.

Shane Purdy, Seminole County Middle/High School (SCMHS) Principal stated, “It is indeed an honor to announce the accomplishments of each of these students as well as all graduating Seniors in the Class of 2021. Seminole County Middle/High School is honored to serve the students of our county and we anticipate seeing even greater achievements from these students after graduation.  I appreciate the families who have supported our students throughout their years with us and also the faculty and staff of our school who have worked in helping each student reach this most important milestone in their lives.  It takes everyone working together in helping young people as they prepare to become the future of tomorrow.”

The Honor Graduates for the SCHS Senior Class of 2019 are as follows.

Receiving Superintendent’s Honors are Gracen Elizabeth Kirkland, Ansley Marie Long, Bryanna Rae Hardy, Miranda Jade Brannon, James Harris Palmer, III, Jeffery Peyton Baker, Andra’ Latricia Lundy, Sierra Elizabeth Houston, Sabrina Nicole Cannon, Parth Hemantkumar Patel, James Alton Deal, Emilee Claire Fain, and Samuel David Pollock, Jr..

Students receiving Principal’s Honors are Matthew Lee Hayden Ricchiuti, Carson Rodney Odom, William Clay Towns, Tora Jeanette Bryant, Isabella Grace Spooner, Savanna Maria Whitaker, Leahbeth Camille Boyett, Dahveon Demere Kimble, Holden Joseph Owens, Peyton Joseph Brown, Wendell Dwight Craft, Jr., Breanna Lynn Fletcher, Jacob Hampton Jarvis, Brinlee Jade Easom, Imauri Areyon Virgin, Nicholas Paul Robinson, Macy Caroline Batchelor, and Brayden Keith White.

Students receiving Honors are Robert Paul Weir, Brayson Lane Reynolds, Lee Ann Cumbie, James Steven Holmes, Jackson Ray McConnell, Thomas Wade Chance, La’Gabrille Kiara Lewis, Moses Patrick James, III, Aidan Dakota Sherrer, Ashton Hart Walker, Katelyn Reinee Greenstein, Breanna Kathleen Bowman, Clayton Justice Burch, Jesse Frank Smith, Jr., Saniyah Ja’Brea Moton, Jayvione Zacari King, Rebecca Ann Chambliss, Tationa Candria Rambo, Lacey Sierra Sims, Matthew Patrick Parker, Joseph Caiden Sheffield, and Kalyn Ty’anna Bush.

Honor Graduates are those students who have maintained at least a 90 cumulative grade point average throughout their high school years.  The student with the highest overall grade point average for the graduating class is named the Class Valedictorian and the student with the second highest grade point average is the Class Salutatorian.  Students who earn a 97 – 100 grade point average receive Superintendent’s Honors, students who earn a 93 – 96 grade point average receive Principal’s Honors and students who earn a 90 – 92 grade point average receive Honors.  

Seminole County High School’s Baccalaureate service will be held at the Donalsonville Church of God at
6  p.m. on Wednesday, May 19. Seniors should arrive by 5:45 p.m. wearing graduation attire minus the cap. 

The SCHS 2021 Graduation ceremony is set for Friday, May 21 at the Jesse McLeod Gymnasium on the
SCMHS campus.

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