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Sunday, June 8, 2014  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 1D

THE HERITAGE SCHOOL

2014 Honors Day & Graduation

Inside • PHOTOS OF AWARD RECIPIENTS • 2014 SENIOR HONOR PRESENTATIONS • A letter to seniors FROM HEAD OF SCHOOL, JAMES P. WATSON • PHOTO OF the heritage school CLASS OF 2014

Honors Day and Graduation photos by Jeffrey Leo The Heritage School Class of 2014 Valedictorian Abbie Farr and Salutatorian Easton Pal.

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2D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, June 8, 2014

THE HERITAGE SCHOOL HONORS DAY AND GRADUATION

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Salutatorian, delivers the Welcome at the 2014 Commencement Exercises for The Heritage School held the evening of May 29 at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts.

A bbie Farr, Clas s of 2 0 14

Valedic tor ian for T he Her it age School, takes a self ie on s tage with her graduating class in the back ground as par t of her valedictory address.

The Headmaster’s Award – Recipients, Abbie Farr, left, and Easton Pal, right; presented by J.P. Watson, center, Head of School, during graduation.

The Rotary Cup - Recipient, John Dean Uglum, left; presented by Otis F. Jones III, right, past-chairman of the Board of Trustees for The Heritage School, during graduation for the Class of 2014 at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts the evening of May 29.

Ansley Dieckmann, Class of 2014, saying the invocation with J.P. Watson, Head of School, in the background.

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4D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, June 8, 2014

THE HERITAGE SCHOOL HONORS DAY AND GRADUATION

Art Awards – Upper School recipient Leland Warren, left; Middle School recipient

Ella Cloud Lawrence, right; presented by David Boyd Jr., center, during honors day 2014 for The Heritage School the morning of May 29 at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts.

Drama Awards – Technical Drama Award, Matt Harmon, far right; Drama Director’s Award, Samantha Sims, second from left; Drama Student of the Year, William Newman, second from right; presented by Karrie Jones, far left.

Foreign Language Award, French – Middle School, Hunt Thomas, left, and Jaina Eckert, right; presented by Renee Bready, center.

Math Award, Middle School – Hunt Thomas, left, and Miki Patel, right; presented by Susan Dieckmann, center.

Science Award - Middle School, Miki Patel, right; presented by Mike Exner, left.

Full Color Photographs Foreign Language Award, Spanish – Middle School, Miki Patel, right; presented by Yulyan Anderson, left.

Foreign Language Award, Spanish – Upper

Les Citoyens du Monde French Scholarship – Recipient Chase Shuman, right; presented by Renee Bready, left.

Les Citoyens du Monde French Scholarship, In Memory of Mrs. Marti Lawson – Ashli Alexander, right; presented by Alice Browning, left.

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Foreign Language Award, French – Upper School, Kyle Shuman, right; presented by Alice Browning, left.

English Award, Middle School – Catherine Hallman, left; presented by Susan Heard, right.

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Sunday, June 8, 2014  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 5D

THE HERITAGE SCHOOL

Class of 2014

Members of The Heritage School’s Class of 2014 are, from left, front, Austin Jewell, Ansley Dieckmann, Sophia-Gay Engel, Amanda Windom, Samantha Sims, Abbie Farr, Varsha Reddy, Kaytlin Squires, Leland Warren; second row, Madison Green, Emily Taylor, Kaycee Laird, Hailey Pierce, Kelly Abrams, Easton Pal; third row, Will Farr, Jack Cranford, John Dean Uglum, Mack Wilkins, Dalton Trammell, Hayden Robinson, William Newman; fourth row, Caleb Woodruff, David Bready, Faisal Khan, Tanner Brandner, Caleb Kunkel, Anish Nalla, Arjun Pandya; back, James Tiernan, Tyler Trebuchon, Jesse Riggs, Braeden Vandersluis, Brian McKinney, Cole Bridges, Kyle Shuman.

Congratulations

Class of 2014! The Heritage School wishes to congratulate the Class of 2014 graduates of our local high schools. Our graduates look forward to seeing you at colleges and universities throughout the country. Best wishes for a bright and promising future.

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The 36 graduates of The Heritage School Class of 2014: Have been accepted to 22 Colleges & Universities in Georgia, 41 Colleges & Universities in 18 Other States, and 1 University in Canada including: Berklee College of Music (MA) Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (FL) Furman University (SC) Georgia Institute of Technology (GA) Purdue University (IN) United States Air Force Academy (CO) University of Georgia Honors College (GA) University of Toronto (Canada) University of Virginia (VA) Wake Forest University (NC)

Have earned $2.5 million in Academic Scholarships (not including HOPE) with approximately $52,000 per award

Congratulations Class of 2014! The Heritage School is an independent, college preparatory school that serves students ages 4 through twelfth grade. Contact us for more information or to schedule a campus tour.

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6D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, June 8, 2014

THE HERITAGE SCHOOL HONORS DAY AND GRADUATION

PE/Health Awards – Middle School recipient Claire Turner, left, and Upper School recipient Jake Smith, right; presented by Simone Dupree, center. Foreign Language Award, Latin – Ansley Dieckmann, left, and Thomas Gruber, right; presented by Kim Tiernan, center.

Math Award, Upper School – Abbie Farr, right; presented by Darrell Comfort, left.

Science Award – Upper School, Easton Pal, left; presented by Gina Watkiss, right.

Music Award, Upper School Talons – James Tiernan, left, and John Dean Uglum, right;

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Sunday, June 8, 2014  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 7D

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Social Studies Award – Upper School, Tom Pattiz, left; presented

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Kiwanis Arts and Sciences Awards – Front, from left, Seraphina Lee – Science, 11th grade, Gabrielle McCammack – Arts, 9th grade, Cherie Bell – President of Kiwanis Club, Newnan, Hallie Hunt – Science, 10th grade. Back, from left, Easton Pal - Science, 12th grade; Hayden Robinson - Arts, 12th grade; Tom Pattiz - Arts, 10th grade; Trevor Sawyers - Arts, 11th grade. Not pictured: Harper Minor - Science, 9th grade.

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The Kiwanis Scholarship – Emily Taylor, right; presented by Cherie Bell, president of Kiwanis Club, Newnan, left.

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8D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, June 8, 2014

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English Award, Upper School – Hayden Robinson, left;

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Wellesley College Book Award – Natalie Bunch, left; presented by Glenda Davis, right. Not pictured is Randolph College Book Award recipient Isa Gutierrez.

Teacher Inspiration Award – Samantha Sims, left, and Kyle Shuman, right; presented by Lory Pendergrast, center.

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10D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, June 8, 2014

THE HERITAGE SCHOOL HONORS DAY AND GRADUATION

High Honors and Jefferson Cup Awards High honors are presented at The Heritage School for a minimum average of 95, with no grade less than 83. Jefferson Cup Awards go to students with the highest average in each class, grades 5 through 12.

High Honors - 5th grade – From left are, front, Taylor Johnson, Jena Patel, Luke Stoffle, Sara Short, Lee Underwood, Sophia Grace Stemberger, Catharine Williams; second row, Andrew Rich, Chloë Hutcherson,

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THE HERITAGE SCHOOL HONORS DAY AND GRADUATION

High Honors - 7th Grade – From left are, front, Gridley Pendergrast, Taaseen Khan, Tricia Underwood; back, Thomas Crymes, Tripp Markel. Not pictured: Emily Cushing.

Social Studies Award – Middle School, Miki Patel, right; presented by Nathan Watts, left.

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Sunday, June 8, 2014  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 13D

THE HERITAGE SCHOOL HONORS DAY AND GRADUATION

High Honors - 12th Grade – From left are, front, Kelly Abrams, Hailey Pierce, Abbie Farr, Varsha Reddy, Madison Green; second row, Amanda Windom, Emily Taylor, Sophia-Gay Engel; third row, Easton Pal, Dalton Trammell, Hayden Robinson, Braeden Vandersluis, Tyler Trebuchon, Anish Nalla; back, Arjun Pandya, John Dean Uglum, William Newman.

Omni Award Recipients of The Heritage School – Ansley Dieckmann, left, and John Dean Uglum, right.

Jefferson Cup Winners (Highest Average in each class of The Heritage School – Grades 5-12) – From left are, front, Miki Patel – 8th, Taaseen Khan – 7th, Sovi Wellons – 6th, Sara Short – 5th. Back, Cole Beckwith Rountree – 9th, Seraphina Lee – 11th, Chris Truong – 10th, Abbie Farr – 12th. Not pictured: Banks Coggin - 5th.

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