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AREA SCHOOLS Central High School of Clay County. . Cherokee County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cleburne County. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Handley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lincoln. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Harvest Home School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Munford. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ranburne. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Randolph County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spring Garden. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wadley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Woodland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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JACKSONVILLE — For many who’ve been through what Pooja Revanna has been through, walking across the stage to grab a high school diploma might be considered a success story. But Revenna hopes graduation from Jacksonville High School is just the first chapter in her tale. For many close to Revenna, graduation wasn’t something they were sure they’d see the Jacksonville senior complete. Although a top-10 student, now heavily involved in school government and the Spanish club and Key Club, for two years her teachers and friends didn’t see her in the halls of Jacksonville High. Instead, Revenna

was a regular at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, where she spent the better part of her freshman and sophomore years with leukemia. But graduation won’t be the end of Revenna’s story. In the fall, she will attend the University of South Alabama, and has already been admitted to attend the medical school there after her undergraduate studies. Revanna, who has dreamed of being a doctor her whole life, said it’s a sigh of a relief to know she’s already been accepted by her top choice for continuing her studies, but for friends, family and her teachers, just getting to where she is now is a sigh of a relief. It was less than four years ago when doctors told Revanna she had a form of acute leukemia that would keep her

completely out of school for two years as she went in and out of Children’s Hospital for treatment. Revanna said when doctors told her the news, she said she was initially relieved, finally getting a diagnosis for a months-long sickness. The look on the faces of her parents, Muddu and Brunda, when presented the same news, however, made her realize things were a little more serious. “I guess I didn’t know what leukemia was,” Revanna said. “I think I thought it was separate from cancer.” She quickly learned how serious the diagnosis was. Revanna said much of the last two years now seems like a blur, but she does recall late night trips to the Please see REVANNA | Page 10


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ALEXANDRIA HIGH SCHOOL

ANNISTON HIGH SCHOOL

Class: 118 Commencement: 8 p.m. Thursday, Lou Scales Stadium Baccalaureate: 2 p.m. Sunday, Mount Zion Baptist Church Speaker: Mendi Rose Lash

Class: 127 Commencement: 7 p.m. May 29, Lott-Mosby Stadium Baccalaureate: 9 a.m. May 25, Anniston High School Performing Arts Center Speaker: Ms. Deidra K. Perry of Birmingham

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VALEDICTORIAN Abigail Charlotte Veldhousen

Ethan Joe Curvin

Jordan Makai Andrews

Kayla Paige Howard

PARENTS: T.J. and Stephanie Curvin of Jacksonville GRANDPARENTS: Willie and Hope Curvin of Jacksonville and Joyce Clark of Alexandria and the late John Clark ACTIVITIES: Senior Class Vice President, Senior Class SGA Representative, National Honor Society, Math Team, varsity baseball. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Birmingham-Southern College on a Presidential Scholarship and play baseball.

PARENTS: Tiffinee Tucker, Andy and Dolly Lash, all of Wellington, and the late Michael Andrews of Kennesaw, Ga. GRANDPARENTS: Catherine S. Andrews and Michael Andrews of Atlanta, GA and Terry and Tuajuana Tucker of Anniston ACTIVITIES: Principal’s Club, Homecoming Representative, Presidential Award, National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Senior Robed Choir, Key Club, varsity basketball. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Faculty Scholarship and attend dental school at UAB.

PARENTS: Tracy Echols of Weaver and Jeremy Howard of Murfreesboro, Tenn. GRANDPARENTS: Rose and Glen Johnson of Glencoe and Gloria and Danny Howard of Antioch, Tenn. ACTIVITIES: Presidential Award, Spanish II Award, Marching Band, Band Member of the Week. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Gadsden State Community College and pursue a career in pharmacy.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION A-F JoAnna Elizabeth Allen, Tiana Nicole Allen, Jordan Makai Andrews, Keoni Anthony Torres Atoigue, Abbie Mackenzie Bearden, Jacob Andrew Benning, Hanna Rae Bentley, Audrianna Brooke Bradley, Dakota Kelsie Brown, Jeremiah David Brown, Jordan Kole Brown, Corey Allen Buchanan, Wyatt Cole Burgess, Katherine Alexis Burney, Blake Scott Carlisle, Zachary Adam Carrizales, Zachary Gage Chandler, Charles Edward Chastain III, Jordan Cheyanne Cheatham, Jonathon Brent Clifton, Tianoria Monae Coleman, Christopher Lee Combs Jr., Thomas Lee Conquist, Joshua Ryan Corriveau, Ethan Joe Curvin, Justin Lee Curvin, Preston Blake Daugherty, Dilion Dale Davis, Christapher Nicholas Deckard, Antonio J. Dodd, Jordan Breanne

Falk, Bailey Micah Fendley, Brandon Alan O’Neil Fendley, Marissa Haley Ford, Tyler Faith Fuller

G-L Zachary Kyle Gallagher, Kaylee Michelle Golden, Destiny Danielle Grant, Quentavias Demunn Greene, Crystal Ciara Hanvey, Katlyn Alexander Harbison, Timia LaShon Harris, Sarah Katherine Hayes, Taylor Michelle Hays, Julianne Mae Heany, Makayla Breanna Heining, Kaitlyn Nacole Hensley, Noah Houston Holmes, Jessica Lauren Howard, Kayla Paige Howard, Emma Hope Howell, Jillian Alexandra Howell, Devon Leigh Hudson, Grace Lee Johnson, Dontavia Lashon Jones, Kaitlyn Aline Jones, Michelle Denise Jordan, Harley DeAnne King, Alexander Blake Kirby, Nicholas A Lammonds, Mendi Rose Lash, Kristen

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M-Q Colby Garrett Major, Alyssa Marie Mann, Gabriel Paul Marchal, Skyler Juline Martin, Nicholas Ryan McCord, Angela Dawn McDaniel, Coleman Heath McNeal, Rachel Anne Medders, Charles Clayton Moore, Alex Ray Morgan, Chase Alexander Morgan, Taylor Elaine Morrison, Winter Nicole Mosley, Haley Brooke Nelson, Shelby Faith Norris, Breanna Alyssa Ownsbey, Savanna Leigh Parsons, Taylor Leigh Phillips, Joshua Carl Ponder

R-T Phillip Adam Reed, Kaitlyn Breanna Rhodes, Dylan Hall Rider, Ashley Marie Roberts, Elizabeth Ann Saino, Calvin Abel Sanchez, Allison Nicole

Shanks, Madison Harley Shanks, Lindsay Cheyanne Shell, Ashley Cheyenne Sisson, Jessica Leigh Slaughter, Hailey Nicole Smith, Jordan Alan Smith, Xerxes Stanford Jr., Thomas Eugene Stubbs, Calvin Jacob Swink, Jacob Tyler Tankersley, Rana Marie Taylor, Anna Elizabeth Thacker, Deion Montray Thomas, Larry Coe Thompson, Ariel Nicole Tuck, Emilee Danielle Turner

U-Z Anthony James Vanek, Madison Avery Villa, Bethany Elaine Walker, Katie Danielle Watson, Allen Bradley Watts, Sara Nicole Weinthal, Houston Tyler West, Zachary Alan Wilkinson, Kacie Makayla Williams, Teressa Lee-Ann Woodard, Brianna Morgan Worthy, William Ty Wyatt, Heather Elizabeth Young

PARENTS: Wanda Veldhousen of Anniston and Ronald Veldhousen of Gary, Ind. GRANDPARENTS: Geneval Welch of Anniston and Omildred Ball of Hobson City ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, HOSA, FOCUS, FCCLA, FBLA, Anniston High School Top 100, AP English, college algebra, Anniston Star Top Teen, community service organizations volunteer. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama at Birmingham on a Collegiate Honors Scholarship and a West Anniston Foundation’s Scales Valedictorian Scholarship.

SALUTATORIAN Ashley Nicole Smith PARENTS: Robert Smith of Columbus, Ga. and Aliceleena Smith of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: Wherlee and Lula Zeigler of Anniston ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, HOSA, FBLA, FOCUS, JROTC, “One City One Vision” Strategic Planning Committee, 1st Place winner for the Sixth Brigade JROTC essay competition, 2nd Place winner nationally in the U.S. Army Cadet Command essay competition, 1st Place winner in the FBLA state competition, “Student of the Month,” Honor Roll, The Anniston Star Student of the Week, community service organizations and events volunteer. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Hattie Howze Scholarship and major in exercise science and pursue a career as a physical therapist.

HISTORIAN Quanetria B. Bolton PARENT: Tameka Bolton of Anniston GRANDPARENT: Linda Bolton of Anniston ACTIVITIES: “A” Honor Roll, National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, basketball, All-County, All-Area, Playerof-the Year finalist, Calhoun County Player of the Year, track and shot-put state champion. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama on an Athletic Scholarship and major in exercise science.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION A-F Dakoda Jozef Allen, Jwan L. Banks, Darielle M. Best, Raekwon Devontae Billingsley, Quanetria B. Bolton, Andrew Bothwell Jr., Jamol Bowie, Khadajaih Evett Bowie, Tia Raiel Brooks, CaDarious Malik Brown, Krystal Lashae Burton, Ta’Darious Q. Burton, Temecha Quenese Campbell, Deborrah Riesta’ Cannon, Lavisha Cannon, Kenesha Venice Carpenter, Jerry Andrew Carr Jr., Shederick Tyquan Carr, Darius Keisean Carter, De’Marcus Carter, Nekola TeMisha Caver, Shaniquia Vernay Caver, Alexis Kiara Coleman, Jerry Leon Conway II, Dy’Sheanna Sha’Mail Cray, Anthony Jamel Cunningham, Dazjiah Keona Cunningham, Chante La’Kole Curry, Jada BreNeisha Curry, Calvin D. Davis, Tevin L. Davis, Duntaveus Meleeck Denison, Kartez Talaferro Dill, Shederika Breonna Dudley, Liltia K. Elston, Jo’kerrial Lasobie Embry, Devodre Juantrez English, Joshua Matthew Essex, Kendra L. Finley, Monquavis Frazier, Anitra Tiara Freeman, Tchalandria Janea Freeman

G-N Paul Glover, Virgole Nicole Goggins, Jorge A. Gomez, Destiny Symone Gray, Keviuntae Ontario Henry, Montarious Jarrod Hill, Derrick De’Wayne Hubbard, Tinesha Miyun Hudson, Latasha Jackson, Marticia Ariel Jackson, Quindarious Jackson, Tavasea James, Jamaka Jenkins, Br’shai T. Jones, Phateema L. Jones, Danterius Laron Kelly, Jaliyah Nicole Kelly, Tatyanna Kendall, Taneisha Latrice Lesane, Jasmine D. Lewis, Tadarious Myquan Long, Shantaylor P. Looney, Ramon Delgadillo Lopez, Ferendez R. Lowery, Donovan Jerome Lucas, David Artece Mann, Terrance D. Marbury, Jordan R. McCormick, Jaleel L. McElderry, DeShawn Tyrece McKenzie, Tashairra Wyesha McKenzie, Kenneth Dale McLain Jr., Imani S. McRath, Ashlin Leah Miller, James Antwan Montgomery, Jasmine Shunise Montgomery, Ja-Meria Ke-Shuna Moore, Rakeema LisaMaria Najiy, LaJerika Daishun Neal

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THE DONOHO SCHOOL Class: 23 Commencement: 7 p.m. May 23, Golden Springs Baptist Church Baccalaureate: 10:30 a.m. Sunday, First United Methodist Church of Anniston

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Richard Edward Bateman

Raj Kumar Kashyap

PARENTS: Drs. Blane and Margaret Bateman (Davenport) of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: Dr. Hugh and Patsy Bateman of Anniston, Betty Davenport of Oxford and Jesse and Bobbeye Davenport of Hermanville, Miss. ACTIVITIES: Eagle Scout Award, National Merit Scholar, Outstanding Junior Boy, Harvard Book Award, DAR Good Citizen Award, Varsity Tennis Team Leadership Award, Honor Council, Chess Club, Golden Springs Elementary School Tutoring Program, Drama Club, National Honor Society, Tri-M, Mu Alpha Theta, band, Jazz Band, choir, tennis and basketball. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Chicago on a National Merit Scholarship and an academic scholarship and major in mathematics, physics, or economics.

PARENTS: Dr. and Mrs. Pankaj (Vandna) Kashyap of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: Mr. Balraj Talwar and Mrs. Kashi Talwar of India and Mr. Rajendra Kashyap and Mrs. Neelam Kashyap of California. ACTIVITIES: "I Dare You" Youth Leadership Award, Student Government Association President, National French Honor Society President, Senior Honor Council Representative, Mu Alpha

Theta Mathematics Honor Society Vice President, Tri-M Music Honor Society Vice President, National Honor Society, Honor Council, Science Club, Focus Group, French and Spanish Club, Robotics Club, Forensics Team, volunteer at National Health Care (Assisted Living), Stringfellow Memorial Hospital volunteer, Chairman of Mayor Vaughn Stewart "One City, One Voice" Student Leadership Strategic Planning Committee, Center for Good Hope volunteer, Donoho Lady Falcons Soccer Team announcer, Weaver Elementary School System volunteer tutor, football, golf, soccer, track and field, cross country, Advanced Performance Band, Advanced Choir, Jazz Band and Pep Band. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and double major in Physiological Sciences and Business Economics.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION Katherine Clisty Athon, William John Morgan Baker, Richard Edward Bateman, Christopher Demetrius Carr Jr., Andrew James Carroll, Raj Kumar Kashyap, Bethany Caroline Keel, Caroline Leigh LaFollette, Mary Elizabeth Mathison, Wilnadia LaFreesia Murrell, Darsey Grantham Norton, Anna Brooke Payne, Corey Louise Phillis, Evan Michael Rogers, Aliyah Salame Rylee, Brianna Segrest, Amanda Caroline Sherer, Landon Joseph Suco, Quinlan William Swain, Sarah Ann Thibault, Neal Dahl Van Marter III, Lesli Fisher Williams and Maria Nana Yamamuro

FAITH CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Class: 23 Commencement: 7 p.m. Thursday, Golden Springs Baptist Church Speaker: John David Phillips, businessman and former quarterback for the University of Alabama Baccalaureate: 6 p.m. May 20, Faith Presbyterian Church Speaker: Rev. Erik McDaniel

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Rebecca Ruth Harvey

Sydney Brianne Nordan

London Carlyle Huie

PARENTS: Tim and Susan Harvey of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: Bill and Charlotte Harvey of Weaver and Billy and Anne Pfeil of Cullman ACTIVITIES: Service Project Coordinator of Senior Beta Club, yearbook editor, Alabama Governor’s School, Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Conference, captain of Cross Country, basketball, math team awards, and is a member of Faith Friends and Greenbrier Road Baptist Church and Summer Missionary. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Troy University on a Chancellor’s Scholarship, Elks Scholarship, UDC Scholarship, YKK Scholarship and HOBY Scholarship and major in mathematics. She plans to pursue a career as a math teacher.

PARENTS: Ronnie and Tammy Nordan of Anniston GRANDPARENT: Eva Pettus of Oxford. ACTIVITIES: Played in the North vs. South Allstar game, All County Soccer, Honorable Mention Soccer, Senior Beta Club, lettered in Soccer. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama at Birmingham on a Golden Excellence Scholarship and a soccer scholarship and major in foreign languages and pre-med.

PARENTS: Doug and Kelly Huie of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: Glenn and Mary Huie and Lee and Judy London, all of Anniston. ACTIVITIES: Senior Beta Club, Student Government Association President, attended Alabama Governor’s School, YLCC representative, basketball, baseball, and is a member of Anniston First United Methodist Church. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on an Elite Scholar’s Scholarship and AXA Family Scholarship and major in nursing.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION Madelyn Hope Adams, Peyton Nicole Camp, Ashton Tyler Cook, Kirstyn Alexandra Cotton, Kevin Isaac Covington, Brandon Harris Frye, Katelin Summer Gossett, Rowland Hunt Guyton, Madison Victoria Hadley, Rebecca Ruth Harvey, Caroline Elizabeth Holt, London Carlyle Huie, Hallie LeAnn Kulick, Carter Davis McKinnon, Sydney Brianne Nordan, Chase Allen Robinson, Jeffrey Lynn Russell Jr., Alexis Danielle Rogers, Ragan Alexis Thacker, Jonathan Daniel Twilley, Braden Allen Waddell, Joseph William Mayhann Webb and Jordan Deonte Willis


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JACKSONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

JACKSONVILLE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

Class: 106 Commencement: 8 p.m. Thursday, JHS Golden Eagle Stadium Baccalaureate: 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jacksonville First United Methodist Church Speaker: Rev. John Simmons

Class: 21 Commencement: 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jacksonville Christian Academy Baccalaureate: 5 p.m. Sunday, Faith Temple Christian Center Speaker: Rev. T.R. Harper

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Kyle Weber Furlow

PARENTS: Pete and Mary Furlow of Jacksonville n GRANDPARENTS: Evelyn Summers of Brookhaven, Miss. and the late Otto and Betty Weber of Yazoo City, Miss. ACTIVITIES: JHS Ambassakdor, Boys State Representative, Academic Honors, Exchange Club Senior of the Month, AP Outstanding Achievement Award, George Smith Spotlight student, yearbook editor/co-editor and Senior Advisor, Key Club President, National Honor Society Vice President, RMC Volunteen Program, Student Council, Junior Class Vice President, Mu Alpha Theta, Spanish Club Secretary-Treasurer COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama and major in chemistry and mathematics, following a pre-med path over four years, and attend medical school and possibly specialize in pediatric surgery. His scholarships include the Elks Lodge Most Valuable Student Scholarship, Alabama Capstone Scholar Scholarship and the Alabama Collegiate Scholar Scholarship.

Kristen Ansley Aguilar, Emilee Morgan Arledge, Emily Allison Ausborn, Alanna Ceola Austin, Brooklyn Sierra Bean, Jackson Reave Bell, Chelsea Janae Benson, Hali Autumn Blankenship, Evan Russell Bonds, Catherine Lindsey Boudousquie, Sarah-Regina Courtney Bowden, Calli Michelle Boyles, Nathaniel Walden Buckelew, Serra Madison Burroughs, Adrian LaQuitta Bush, Lindsey Michelle Bussey, Devin Chase Carter, Solomon Miles Clark, Katherine Elizabeth Cline, William Joshua Thomas Cole, Garrison Shaw Cunningham, Ryan Michael D’Andrea, Ambria Nicole Davis, Kierra Lanee’ Davis, Ariel Mercedes Diaz, Dakota Colby Doss, Jasmine Tioni Easley, Bryan Moore Elam, Christopher Paul Elias, Kiara Loreal Ervin, Carson Levi Franks, Kyle Weber Furlow

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Sarah Callaway Compton

McKenzie Drew Reid

PARENTS: George and Brenda Cline of Jacksonville GRANDPARENTS: The late Charles and Viola Smith and the late Robert and Irene Cline, all of Derry, Penn. ACTIVITIES: JHS Ambassador, Academic Honors, Alabama Youth Leadership Program delegate, Mu Alpha Theta, Senior National Honor Society, Girl Scouts of America Bronze and Silver Awards; Drama Club, Golden Eagle Band, Key Club, member of the Jacksonville First United Methodist Church Youth Group and Girl Scouts of America. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on an Elite Honors Scholarship and major in English and journalism.

PARENTS: Neil and Kim Compton of Piedmont GRANDPARENTS: Doug and Janice Rosser of Piedmont and Linda Compton of Centre ACTIVITIES: A Honor Roll, JCA Defensive Volleyball Player, All-County Volleyball, English Academic Award, Math Academic Award, Highest GPA 8 years, 4H President, National Honor Society, journalism/yearbook staff, Worship Team Media Specialist, cheerleader, basketball, active member of First Baptist Church of Piedmont. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Gem of the Hills Scholarship and major in Biology, then attend the University of Alabama at Birmngham Physician Assistant School.

PARENTS: Bill Reid of Jacksonville and Lori Reid of Stanford, Ky. GRANDPARENTS: Pat Reid and Frank Reid, both of Jacksonville, and Darlene House of Anniston ACTIVITIES: A Honor Roll, JCA Offensive Volleyball Player, Science Academic Award, 4H Club, Student Government Association Representative, Senior Class President, Who's Who “Best Dressed” and Class Representative, Homecoming Attendant, National Honor Society, Worship Team Media Specialist, cheerleading. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Blue Grass Community College, then transfer to the University of Kentucky to study Forensic Science.

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M-Q Colby Jacob Mahieu, Tyler Chance Marbut, Austin Dominic Martin, Ashlyn Leah Mashburn, Jacob Allen McCreless, Alex Lee Meeker, Dakota Leroy Meyer, Zachary Ryan Mobley, Guido Santucci Moore II, Bruce Jennings Murphy, Madison Scout Murray, Katherine Eloise Neisler, Hannah Lenn Nelson, Alexis Morgan

Owens, Victoria Ashley Paige, Brian Alexander Pryor, Amber Renee Quinn

R-T Alexandria Lane Ramsay, Malik Jamal Tashad Reed, Kevin Jamal Reese, Benjamin Kyle Reeves, Pooja Ratna Revanna, Abby Marie Scheuring, Luke Avery Sides, Payton Alexander Sims, Ashlon Brooke Slay, Bayley Nicole Smith, Jordan Everett Smith, Alyce Geanett Sparrowhawk, Benjamin Holland Speer, Halee Parris Stallings, Justin Avery Stamps, Tommy James Stricklin, Isaiah Ramello Taylor, Asper-Jordan Marie Terry, Kayla Ra’quel Theodore, Dominique RayShawn Thomas, Mason Kade Tompkins, David Dray Toole

U-Z Darian Nicole Wagner, Issie Lamar Wallace Jr., Jonathan Curtis Williams, Chelsi Brianna Willis, Ryan Douglas Wilson, Ximena LaGianna Woodruff, Austen Blake Yates and Dustin Ryan Yates

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PARENTS: Larry and Doris Cunningham of Weaver ACTIVITIES: A Honor Roll, Exchange Club Student of the Month, Christian Service Award, Perfect Attendance, History Award, Spanish Award, 4H, National Honor Society, journalism/ yearbook staff, Homecoming Court, cheerleading. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University and major in political science.

Joshua Cody Blohm, Tristen Danielle Bowers, Chelsea Lynn Butler, Alanda Starr Carlisle, Sarah Callaway Compton, Jonathon Tyler Crocker, Dakota Harris Crook, Maya Simone Cunningham, Jacob Ryan Heath, Alex Calvin Jones, Caleb Duncan Houston McKinney, Erika Elise Markardt, Clayton John-Michael Montgomery, Elysabeth Rhein Morales, Tyler Matthew Morales, William Joseph Parris, McKenzie Drew Reid, Hyun Ho Song, Danna-Leigh Swindall, Jacquelyn Avana Wilkerson and Austin Cole Williams

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OHATCHEE HIGH SCHOOL Class: 83 Commencement: 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Roy C. Owens Field

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VALEDICTORIAN Matthew Allan Molock PARENTS: Jennifer and Jeremy Haynes of Ohatchee and Mark Molock of Spring Garden GRANDPARENTS: James and Janice Morrison of Gadsden, David and Peggy Haynes of Ohatchee, and the late Michael and Diane Molock of Spring Garden ACTIVITES: Advanced Diploma with Honors, 31 Composite Score on the ACT, National American Scholar at Large Award, National American Science Award, FFA President, FFA Greenhand, Chapter and State Degrees, FFA Central District Officer, FFA State Officer candidate and competed in public speaking at the district level and

SALUTATORIAN Kaelin Cobb PARENTS: Mark and Kasey Cobb of Ohatchee GRANDPARENTS: Phil Weems of Anniston and the late Joan Weems and Gary and Debra Hardy of Anniston ACTIVITIES: Youth Leadership Calhoun County graduate, Future Business Leaders of America 1st Place State Winner in Parliamentary Procedures, Business Achievement Awards (“Future” “Business” “Leaders” and “America” levels), 3rd Place in Prose

HISTORIAN Brianna Danyelle Hamby PARENTS: Judy and Ron Lewallen of Ohatchee and the late Paul B. Hamby of Lincoln. GRANDPARENTS: The late Milton and Betty Hamby of Lincoln and Thomas Adair

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agricultural mechanics at the state level, Christian Club President, Sophomore and Junior Class Vice President, SGA Chaplain, National Honors Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Key Club, FBLA chapter officer, Future, Business and Leader Business Achievement Awards, 1st Place award in Parliamentary Procedure at the state level and competed at Nationals with his teammates, FBLA Parliamentary Procedure President, 1st Place winner at FBLA State Competition. He plans to become a registered Parliamentarian in the National Association of Parliamentarians and then assist organizations in running proper business meetings under Robert’s Rules of Order. COLLEGE: Plans to attend George Washington University on a Board of Trustees Scholarship to study International Relations with a focus in National Security Policy. He has been accepted into the University Honors Program and plans to participate in the NROTC College Program, Bible Study, and Student Government and pursue a career as an active duty Marine Corps Officer. Competition at Calhoun County Writers’ Bowl, 4.0 GPA at Gadsden State Community College in Dual Enrollment, 1st Place Individual Debate Team Winner, Future Business Leaders of America President, Key Club President, Student Government Association President, Christian Club Chaplain, National Honors Society, Principal’s Club, Mu Alpha Theta, basketball, cross country, softball and volleyball COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University and major in public relations. She has received a Gem of the Hills Scholarship, Leadership Scholarship, Alumni Legacy Scholarship, Chris Carol Memorial Scholarship, Whitney Gallahar Memorial Scholarship, Anniston Kiwanis Club Scholarship and a Junior League of Anniston Distinguished Young Woman Award. of Talladega and the late Grace Hale Adair ACTIVITIES: Advanced Diploma with Honors, Dance Line Captain, Class President, FBLA Officer, Key Club, FFA, National Honor Society, Math Team, Scholars Bowl Team, Writers Bowl and Christian Club, Parliamentary Team with FBLA that placed first place at the state level and competed at the national level, dual enrollment program participant, community volunteer, participates with her youth group in Bible studies, ministry projects and trips to the beach. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Faculty Scholarship.

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G-L Thomas Zachary Galbreath, Cynthia Cheyenne Gibbs, Colby Daniel Ginn, Hannah LaShae Gladden, Savannah Leigh Goodson, Justin Lee Green, Kristin Kay Grubbs, Brianna Danyelle Hamby, Dustan Blake Hammonds, Jeremy Shane Haynes, Jade Thomas Heathcock, Johnathan Virgle Hester, Taylor Renee Hill, Holly LeeAnn Hilton, Daniel Wayne Johnson, Brady Nathaniel Jones, Riley Cole Jones, Taylor Shane Justice, Christin Samone Key, Yama Japese Tanesh Kirby, Deanna Kristine Kretzschmar-Camp, Ashley Danielle Lewallen, Llynne Morgan Luhrs

M-Q Slayton Lee Magouirk, Zachary Mannon Mangum, Sabrina Alyssa Martin, Tanner James Martin, Nicholas Andrew Matthews, Brandon Marcus Maye, Austin Tillman McGill, Joshua Keith McMurrey, Matthew Allan Molock, Dontavius Tyree Montgomery, Brandon Houston Moore, Doris BreAnn Musselman, Elizabeth Breana Norris, Itasca Lynne Pardee, Dillon Hardy Parker, Ashlee Lynn Pinson, Marena Renae Poitras, Heath Alan Powell, Magan Rosa Pruitt

R-Z Levi Randall Rissler, Brooke Ashley Savin, Aaron Joseph Scoggins, Jared Alexzander Settlemire, Nathaniel James Smith, Tyler Blake Spears, Nickoles Shed Stephens, Wyatt Lee Stollings, Tanner LaMont Thomas, Devin Maria Thomas, Dalton Worth Thrasher, John Michael Usrey, Bobby Desten White, Mersday Roze Williams and Quinzarus Rayve'on Williams

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OXFORD HIGH SCHOOL Class: 275 Commencement: 7 p.m. Thursday, Lamar Field Baccalaureate: 3 p.m. Sunday, Oxford Performing Arts Center Speaker: Brother Darrell Paulk, Minister of Lakeview Baptist Church of Oxford

VALEDICTORIAN

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Zachary Edward Lee

Regan Alexis Robertson

PARENTS: Richard and Susan Lee of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: The late Arthur and Marjorie Lee of Montgomery and James E. and Sarah Willis of Anniston ACTIVITIES: "Academic All-Star," ranked first in his class all four years of high school, 4.7 GPA and a 35 ACT Composite Score with perfect scores on the English, Math and Science subtests, completed 8 AP courses and is self-studying four others, perfect scores on the Physics AB, Biology, US History and Chemistry AP exams, completed 4 DE courses and will most likely have earned well over 44 college credit hours by graduation, National Honor Society, National Society of High School Scholars, Mu Alpha Theta, varsity cross-country and track teams, advanced pianist and has served as the pianist at Dodson Presbyterian Church for the past four years, plays the guitar in the praise band at Golden Springs Baptist Church and assists in leading a weekly student praise and worship service. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Auburn University on a Spirit of Auburn Presidential Scholarship, Auburn University's "Dexter E. Fearing" Endowed Scholarship, Auburn University's College of Engineering Dean's Scholarship, an Alabama Elks "Most Valuable Student" Scholarship, an Anniston Elks Lodge #189 "Most Valuable Student" Scholarship and an AOD Federal Credit Union Scholarship and a Todd Edmondson Memorial Scholarship to pursue a mechanical engineering degree.

PARENTS: Dan and Jennifer Robertson of Oxford GRANDPARENTS: Larry and Faye Robertson of Oxford and Brenda Colbert of Oneonta and the late Wayne Colbert ACTIVITIES: "Academic AllStar," ranked in the top three of her class all four years of high school, 4.6 GPA and a 33 ACT Composite Score, completed 8 AP courses and earned many college credit hours, National Honor Society Secretary, National Society of High School Scholars, Mu Alpha Theta, Scholars' Bowl, Captain of the Writing Team, Alabama Governor's School, Youth Leadership Calhoun County, Alabama Youth Leadership Programs Conference, SGA Vice President, OHS Ambassador, Concert and Show Choirs, attended All-State and Honor Choirs and won Superior ratings at competitions, Bryant-Jordan Scholar-Athlete regional winner, varsity volleyball team captain, "Best Defensive Player" All-Area, TV-24's "Scholar Athlete of the Week," active member of First Baptist Church of Oxford and sings in the sanctuary choir, praise team, and youth band, mentor to young girls in the student-led ministry "Sisters in Salvation." COLLEGE: Plans to attend Auburn University on a Spirit of Auburn Presidential Scholarship, Auburn University's "Auburn E. Hudgins" Chemical Engineering Scholarship, Auburn University's "Eddie Little" Memorial Freshman Endowed Scholarship, Bryant-Jordan Scholar-Athlete Regional Scholarship, Alabama Elks "Most Valuable Student" Scholarship, Anniston Elks Lodge #189 "Most Valuable Student" Scholarship, the AOD Federal Credit Union Scholarship and Alabama Division United Daughters of the Confederacy Scholarship to pursue a degree in chemical engineering.

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Katie Nicole Mei Xiu Cosper PARENTS: Randy and Sherry Cosper of Oxford GRANDPARENTS: Sara Cosper of Weaver and the late Ray Cosper and Pat and Helen Brady of Oxford ACTIVITIES: "Academic AllStar," ranked in the top three of her class all four years of high school, 4.6 GPA and a 28 ACT Composite Score, completed 7 AP courses and earned many college credit hours, National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Key Club, President of HOSA and FOCUS, Jacksonville State University's Emerging Leaders Day, placed first in Physical Therapy in the State HOSA Competition in Montgomery, Secretary of SGA, Treasurer of National Honor Society, varsity cheerleader. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Troy University on a Troy University Chancellor's Scholarship, the Troy University Hugh G. Rose Scholarship, an Anniston Elks Lodge #189 "Most Valuable Student" Scholarship and an Image Builders Scholarship to pursue an undergraduate degree in athletic training and a doctorate in physical therapy.

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“I didn’t realize how much had changed in two years,” Revanna said. “My friends were all two years older, more Continued from Page 3 mature, I felt like I kind of missed out.” To make up for lost time, Revanna emergency room, doctors explaining to her she was a high-risk patient, and one time threw herself into as many activities as she could. She learned she had a passion when she completely lost a pulse. But during the time she was physically for acting, joining the drama club. She away from Jacksonville High, her teachers got involved as her class’ secretary and made sure Revanna wasn’t away from her became vice president of the Key Club. “I was never someone who wanted work. Through online studies and home to sit still,” Revanna said. “Even if I’m visits, Revanna never let her classwork watching a movie, I have to be knitting or slip. She said she was determined to get something too.” back to school, no matter what. No one has supported Revanna’s jour“I never wanted to think about where ney to become a doctor more than her I was,” Revanna said. “I always thought ‘I’ve got to stay caught up so I can go back parents. Revanna’s father, Muddu, said Pooja’s acceptance to medical school goes to school, so I can graduate, and go to beyond good grades and extracurricular college.’ I wanted things to be as normal involvement. It’s a demonstration of how as they could considering the circummuch she overcame while experiencing stances.” Normal wasn’t just a tough concept for first-hand what pain and uncertainty Revanna to reach, it was difficult for those cancer can bring. “All my life my father has been my role helping her too. Marcia Stallings, a guidance counselor at Jacksonville High, said model, but I think after all this, she has that while the school supported Revanna taken over,” Muddu said. “Everything that is on her plate, she has achieved that.” any way it could, the process could be Revanna said she always wanted to be emotionally draining. That’s why Revanna’s graduation is especially uplifting, she a doctor, but her story has led her to pursue a career as a pediatric oncologist, a said. cancer specialist for children. “It is extremely difficult,” said Stall“I had so many wonderful doctors who ings. “You see the toll it takes on friends helped me,” Revanna said. “I know now and family. It’s just terrifying. You just what it’s like for them to go through this, hope and pray.” so I know how to help them, I know what While Revanna was caught up acato tell them.” demically when she returned to school Staff Writer Brian Anderson: 256-235her junior year, Revanna said that social3546. On Twitter @BAnderson_Star. ly, she wasn’t so quick to adjust.

OXFORD Continued from Page 9 Dalton Herston Cofer, Summer Elizabeth Coneglio, Scottie Devadre Conley, Emily Paige Cook, Jessica Sue Cook, Reginald LeRon Cook, Brandon William Cooper, Casmine Renee Copeland, Katie Nicole Mei Xiu Cosper, Daylon Trey Cotton, Quinton Shane Cotton, William Hunter Cotton, Serena Amorette Couch, Mariana Covarrubias, Brenda Nayeli Jimenez Cruz, Jace Ryan Culbreth, DeAngelo Montreal Cunningham, Treymon Martez Curry, Teah Nicole Cuthbert, Hannah Carol Daniel, Kayle Charlene D'Anna, Octavious Marquez Davis, Kaitlin Brooke Deason, Kevin Miguel Alejandro Delgadillo Cardenas, Anthony Joseph Devero Jr., Marvin Lee Dillard Jr., Brandon Kyle Dover, Cole Nicholas Duncan, Samuel Walker Duran Jr., Lance Christopher Eason, Saneisha Danielle Ellis, Olisha LeChelle English, William Blake Estell, Tianna Monique Evans, LaQuandre Jamik Ferrell, Cooledge Leyden Findley, Emily Rebekah Fleming, Stephan Donald Formentini, David Scott Fox Jr., Kimberly Joanne Fuentes, Justin Jarvis Fuller

G-L Candace Tenaej Gadson, Jerry Brian Garcia, Luis Angel Gomez, Jordan Shane Gortney, Jonathan Franklin Green, Deandrea Laquasha Greer, Landon Bradley Grissom, Derryl Marquise Groce, Tydricka Marshae Groce, Johnathan Mitchel Grunewald, Christopher Hunter Guess, Jasmine Mone Hall, Miari Shandrel Hall, Alayna Marie Hancock, Justyn Chavez Harris, Tia Marie Harris, Hannah Elizabeth Hawkins, Christopher Logan Haynes, Carolina Hechart, Bailey Anne Heflin, Brittany Alexis Higgins, Brooklyn Kennedy Holcomb, Mason Alexander Holderbein, Christopher Thomas Honeycutt, Jason Grant Hosford Jr., Kayla Ashley Houck, Trenton Elias Houston, Jessica Grace Howard, Corey Alan Milton Howell, Noah Allan Huckeba, Alyssa Michele Hughes, Meleah Ashley Hughes, Tia Michelle Hughley, Whitney La'Nora Hughley, Uniqueweya Dashel Hugley, Rebecca Lynn Hulsey, Haley LeAnn Humphries, Jerre Donald Humphries, III, Riley Jessica Jacks, Kayley Renee Johns, William Blaze Johns, Austin Brandt Jones, Jamal Rashaun Jones, Shaquille Gabrielle Jones, Ashley Leigh

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Jordan, Kailee Quinn Jordan, Moesha Gabbriel Kelly, Bryant Palmer Key, Brianna Samann Kimbrough, Andrew Justin Knott, Tristan Faith Lackey, Carlie Michelle Lambert, Courtney Louise Lance, Emily Ann Land, Zachary Edward Lee, Kirby Saxon Lett, Noah Eric Lind, Alicia Lynne Link, Julian Lopez, William Mason Love, Tellis Navoris Lowery Jr.

Samantha Brooke Padgett, Kayley Rae Parker, Jonathan Isaac Parks, Rebecca Mie Parshley, Harshilkumar Umeshbhai Patel, Brittany Nicole Patterson, Tanner Cole Payne, Marissa Sky Pierce, Jimmy Eugene Pinson, Austin Taylor Pitts, Meagan Nicole Pogue, Martavious Jykwon Pottard, Kaleb Braxton Presley, Kolby Brett Presley, Savannah Nicole Pruett

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Taryn Jayde Ragains, Alejandra Ramirez, Michael Braden Ray, Elizabeth Lynn Reeves, Konnor Wayne Renfroe, Christian Zachary Rester, Allison Taylor Rhodes, Alton Dashawn Richey Jr., Kenyn Stephen Richey, Cloey Cate Robertson, Regan Alexis Robertson, Collin Brandon Robinson, Alein Nicole Roden, Michael Lee Dylan Roszell, Monique Nicole Russell, Tysheanna Kishunn Russell, Tarah Elizabeth Sears, Andrew Orry Seltzer, Joshua Lee Sewell, Alexandra Olympia Shakespeare, Matthew Warren Shears, Ryan Richard Shedrick, Keesha Aimiti Siaosi, Hunter Alexander Simpson, Taylor Breann Simpson, Karman Singh, Johnathan Micheal Sisson, Katelyn Delia Skinner, Alexandra Laura Smith, Colin Austin Smith,

Hayden Edward Smith, Joseph Tyler Smith, Kaylee Elizabeth Smith, Noah Michael Smith, Sydney Lea Smith, William Chappell Smith, Josh Morgan Snow, Jessica Michelle Sparks, Rachel Gabriela Sparks, Tiffany Marie Spinks, Alexandra Marie Stallo, Britanie Morgan Stone, Jonathan Lawrence Strickland, Ryder Chance Strickland, Caleb Nathaniel Surface, Naomi Jacquiesha Swink, Tristan Danyle Taylor, Racean Deon Thomas, Deajia Juaniece Thompson, Brady James Thrower, Kaylee Jordan Tinney, Demarquez Jaques Townsend, Brandon James Traylor, Alex Stone Traywick, Heather Leigh Turley, Colton Chase Turner, Jennifer Marie Turner

U-Z Jacob Jeffrey Uhrin, Kendal Alan Underwood, Aaron Lane Vaughn, Melissa Victoria Veitengruber, Randall Colby Vintson, Summer Irene Wade, Shila May-Ann Wheeler, Nadjia Zhane Williams, Tim'Esha Sakeria Williams, April Cheyenne Willis, Morgan Tyler Winfrey, Dax Colby Winningham, David Bryant Woodard, Deon Buchannon Wright, LeQune Martel Wright, Ryan Michael Yates, Donya TreShont Zimmerman, Lazaro Zuniga


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PIEDMONT HIGH SCHOOL

PLEASANT VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Class: 84 Commencement: 7 p.m. Thursday, Field of Champions Baccalaureate: 2 p.m. Sunday, Piedmont First Baptist Church Speaker: Rev. Michael Ingram

Class: 72 Commencement: 7 p.m. Thursday, Pleasant Valley Raider Stadium Speaker: Bobby Burns Baccalaureate: 7 p.m. Tuesday, First Baptist Church of Williams Speaker: Jason Williams

VALEDICTORIAN

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HISTORIAN

VALEDICTORIAN

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION

Samuel Isaac Prickett

Dylan Matthew Akin PARENTS: Matt Akin and Amy Scott, both of Piedmont GRANDPARENTS: Edward and Sandra Croft and Ellen and Johnny Akin, all of Hokes Bluff ACTIVITIES: Alabama Boys State Representative, Academic Honors, Mu Alpha Theta, Student Government Association President, Youth Leadership Calhoun County, certified private pilot, National Honor Society, varsity track and field, 2013 Class 3A State Champions. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the United States Air Force Academy and pursue a degree in aeronautical engineering.

Tareek Denard Spears

Andrew Morgan Posey

PARENTS: Benard Thomas and Terrace and Roland Ridley, all of Piedmont GRANDPARENTS: Imogene Stitts and Priscilla and Sylvester Spears, all of Piedmont ACTIVITIES: Alabama Boys State Representative, Academic Honors, Mu Alpha Theta, Student Government Association Secretary, Football All State Honorable Mention, Calhoun County Male Track Athlete of the Year, Student Government Association, National Honor Society, varsity track and field, 2013 Class 3A State Champions, varsity football All-County, varsity basketball All-County. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University and pursue a degree in business administration.

PARENTS: Cathy Posey-Smith and the late Randy Posey, the late Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Anderson and the late Mr. and Mrs. Pete Posey, all of Piedmont ACTIVITIES: University of Alabama Honor Band, Alabama Technology Student Association State Secretary, National Technology Student Association finalist, Mu Alpha Theta, Academic Honors, Student Government Association, National Honor Society, Technology Student Association, Blue Knights Marching Band, Drum Major. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama on a Capstone Scholar Scholarship, an Anniston Elks Lodge Most Valuable Student Scholarship and an Alabama Municipal Electric Authority Scholarship and pursue a degree in management information systems.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION A-F Caleb Wade Adams, Dylan Matthew Akin, James Wesley Allen, Justice Reena Angle, Collin Trent Bates, Heather Renee’ Buhl, Freddy Wayne Burns JR, Addison Rae Byers, Alexis Paige Byers, Tasheera Sharay Carpenter, Ethan Cole Carroll, Cody Dale Cooper, Taylor Brent Cooper, Christopher Stephen Curvin, Kayla Rae Davis, Brandon Troy Lee Dill, Christopher Calvin Louis Dyson, Austin Craig Elliot, Alisha Nicole Farmer, Linda Grace Feazell, Cody Michael Franklin

G-L Jonathan Daniel Gann, Lauren Elizabeth Garmon, Matthew Blake Gouger, Ryan Alan Guidry, Mark Michael Harris, Haylie Malynn

Herring, Savannah Danielle Hicks, Gentry Paige Hill, Michael Alexander Hodge, Bri tney LeAnn Hogue, Logan Wade Horne, Dylan Shane Hulsey, Exavyer Cyrender Jackson, Kaci Samantha Johnson, Brady Hill Jones, John Skyler Jones, Quinton Lee Jones, Ryan Anderson Kirk, Corrie Paige Ledbetter

M-Q Alexis Jade Major, Bill Ed Martin JR, Colten Chase McCoy, Hannah Marie McCurdy, Katlyn Hope McCurdy, Tracy Carol McMahan, James Matthew Messick, Randall Scott Messick, Courtney Marie Morrison, Melissa Hope Morrison, Christopher William Morrow, Lauren Hope Nelson, Zachary Chase Nelson, Nathaniel Kyle Douglas Nichols, Ronald Dustin Norton, Amanda Eliz-

abeth O’dell, Ashly Nicole Palmer, Raven Noelle Paslay, Melissa Lynn Peek, Andrew Morgan Posey, Jaret Keith Prater, Tiffany Lynn Prater, Justin Cole Price, Andrew Colten Dudley Prince, Jeffery Darrell Pryor

R-Z Autumn Rae Rainey, Roy Campanella Reese III, Christian Deshawn Ridley, Mallory Laine Roberts, Charles Tylar Sparks, Lenecia Briann Spear, Kelsie Lavon Spears, Tareek Denard Spears, Kelly Hunter Steed, Zechariah Lee Stephens, Matthew Michael Strott, Ashley Nicole Tafoya, Shimarriye’ Ja’Shante’ Thompson, Marcea Briania Wallace, Matthew Blake Warren, Morgan Brooke Watkins, Kory Todd Williams, Austin Bradley Wooten and Jamal Raepheal Young

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PARENTS: Mona and Richard Prickett GRANDPARENTS: (deceased) ACTIVITIES: Scored 31 on the ACT, Chemistry Award, Algebra II with Trig Award, Physical Science Award, Honors English Award, Exchange Club Student of the Month, George Smith Top Teen, SCA President, Beta Club President, Senior Class Secretary, FBLA, Envirobowl Captain, Scholars Bowl Captain, varsity golf and basketball. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama on a Presidential Scholarship and follow the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) path to the MBA and pursue a chemical engineering degree and a master in business degree

SALUTATORIAN Daniel Thomas Faucett PARENTS: John Stephen Faucett and Anne Renee Faucett of Pleasant Valley GRANDPARENTS: John and Faye Golightly and Tommie Elizabeth Faucett and James Samuel Faucett, all of Gadsden ACTIVITIES: Scored 30 on the ACT, 4.0 grade point average, Exchange Club Student of the Month, Senior Beta Club Vice President. Algebra I Award, Citizenship Award, National Beta Club, First Priority Bible Study Group, Math Team, varsity basketball, track and cross country. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on an Elite Scholarship and pursue a bachelors degree in education.

HISTORIAN Willis Cory Sides PARENTS: Mike and Jennifer Sides of Pleasant Valley GRANDPARENTS: Carol and Elbert Sides of Weaver and Terry Reed of Oxford and Carolyn Reed of Dora ACTIVITIES: Scored 25 on the ACT, Exchange Club Student of the Month, Senior Beta Club Treasurer, FFA, Math Team, FFA Ag Mechanics Team. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Gamecock Scholarship and then transfer to the University of Alabama in Huntsville and major in mechanical engineering.

A-F Jordan Brooke Alford, Tiffany Michelle Anderson, Dustin Michael Andrews, Alexis Nicole Angle, Courtney Cheyenne Barger, Kaitlyn Savanna Baswell, Matthew Joel Bonds, Hunter Royce Carr, Rachel Lynnette Carr, Jared Michael Colvin, Bo Anthony Cusey, Joshua Koty Davis, Zachary Coleman Davis, Kaitlyn Rana Bridgett Juanita Dawson, Nicholas Scott Deerman, Triston Blake Denney, Tyler Wayne Dunagan, Victoria Paige Emigh, Dylan Marc England, Daniel Thomas Faucett, Abigail Marie Floyd, Lucas Colby Ford

G-L Karie Mae George, Doyle Creston Gibbs, Cameron Blake Glass, Stephen Davis Glass, Andrew Slater Griffin, Dewey Jacob Harrelson, Kelsey Illana Haskell, Christopher Michael Hilley, Courtney Danielle Holcomb, Megan Perri Holliday, Cheyenne Celeste Homesley, Autumn Michelle Hulsey, James Austin Hulsey, Brooke Michelle Johnson, Dillon Chase Johnson, Meranda Lee Johnson, Cody Edward King

M-R Dylan Lee McIntyre, Keith Benton McIntyre, Devin Edward Mobley, Isaac Joe Morris, Meredith Elise Moseley, Rachael Marie Nasworthy, Caledonia Aralees Norton, Austin Patrick Parris, Trey Alexander Phillips, Samuel Isaac Prickett, Jamey Austin Ray Pruitt, Eric Eugene Rush

S-Z Summer Renee Sharpton, Tori Claudette Shepard, Willis Cory Sides, Courtney Ryan Smith, Holley Elora Dominicia Smith, Joshua Wayne Smith, Kaylee Briann Smith, Mason Keith Smith, Samuel Ray Smith, Savannah Joyce Spaulding, Zachary Ryan Stone, Ashley Ann Strange, Clarence Mitchell Turner, Allison Kelley Walker, Jonathan Daniel Walker, Brandon Lee Ward, Jordyn Leigh Whorton, Alex Dylan Wilkerson, Destiny Latasha Wilkerson, Eric Matthew Wilkerson and Chelsea Lee Williams

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SACRED HEART OF JESUS CATHOLIC SCHOOL

SAKS HIGH SCHOOL

Class: 11 Commencement: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Class: 79 Commencement: 8 p.m. Thursday, Jack Stewart Stadium Baccalaureate was held May 15

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VALEDICTORIAN Miranda Grace Chauncey

Madison Kaye Gohlke

Georgia Anne Eliza Sedmak

PARENTS: Kirk and Carol Gohlke of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: Patsy McMinn of Weaver and John MacKenzie of Ft. Myers, Fla. ACTIVITIES: National Merit finalist, Miss Thespian, Who's Who “Most Studious,” Miss SHC, 1st Place JSU Writer's Bowl Individual Competition, Beta Club, Sacred Heart Life Guards, SGA, Thespian Club, choir, community theater. COLLEGE: Plans to attend veterinary school at Auburn University on a National Scholars Presidential Scholarship and study pre-veterinary medicine.

PARENTS: Stan and Scarlett Sedmak of Anniston ACTIVITIES: Homecoming Queen, Girls State Delegate, Anniston Star's Untypical Teen, Beta Club President, 1st Place needlework winner, Who's Who, Mayor's youth council, SGA President, Mu Alpha Theta, DD Club, costume designer, Anniston's Steering Committee. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the Savannah College of Art and Design and major in Theatrical Costume Design on a SCAD Achievement Honors Scholarship and Academic Honors Scholarship. She plans to pursue a career as a costume designer for Broadway productions or Disneyworld.

Kirstie Renae Salers PARENTS: Carrie Salers of Jacksonville and the late Curtis Salers GRANDPARENT: Mildred Hogan of Anniston ACTIVITIES: Most Dependable, Best All Around, Most Conscientious, Most Studious, Sacred Heart Life Guard President, Beta Club Historian, Thespian Club, TriM, varsity cheerleader, Cantor at Church, Liturgy Committee, Drama Club, choir, active church member of St. Charles Parish. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Gadsden State Community College and pursue a degree in early childhood education or radiology.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION Joshua James Dakota Brouillette, Jacob Allen Edwards, Stacey Fernandez, Madison Kaye Gohlke, Brendan Patrick Goode, Brooke Elizabeth Herndon, James Edward Peoples III, James Richard Pettitt Jr., Kirstie Renae Salers, Georgia Anne Eliza Sedmak and Michael Hare Townsend

TRINITY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY Class: 4 Commencement: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Trinity Baptist Church Speaker: Dr. Dave McCoy Baccalaureate: 3 p.m. Sunday, Trinity Baptist Church Speaker: Dr. Briggs King

VALEDICTORIAN Kolby Scott Ingram PARENTS: Stephanie Hurst of Munford and the late Bryan Ingram of Eastaboga GRANDPARENTS: Buddy and Jackie Birdsall of Munford and Bob and Maxine Ingram of Eastaboga

ACTIVITIES: American Christian Honor Society, All-American Scholar, Youth Leadership of Calhoun County, ACEAA All-State basketball team, football, plays the guitar and is a student pilot. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of South Alabama on a Leadership Scholarship and Bryan Ingram Memorial Scholarship and major in mechanical engineering.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION Kayla Jayne Hurst, Kolby Scott Ingram, Madison Nicole Landers and Michael Channing Ruberg

PARENTS: Sheri and Paul Nichols of Anniston and Greg Chauncey of Piedmont GRANDPARENTS: Don and Charlotte Joiner and Sue Cortney, all of Anniston ACTIVITIES: National Honor Society, Saks Super Seven, Highest Average Dual History, All A Honor Roll, Highest Average in Chemistry, Highest Average in Honors English, Student Government Vice President, Youth Leadership of Calhoun County, Fellowship of Christian Students, yearbook staff, Marching Wildcat Sound. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama on a Capstone Scholarship and an Elks Scholarship and major in business.

SALUTATORIAN Frederick Montez Boyd PARENTS: Fred Boyd and the late Cormella Boyd GRANDPARENTS: George and Charity Teague of Ohatchee and Josephine Boyd of Oxford ACTIVITIES: Top Ten, Saks Super Seven, Class President, National Honor Society Vice President, Circle of Champions, Youth Leadership of Calhoun County, Marching Wildcat Sound Band Captain, SADD Club, yearbook staff and Problem Solving Team. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Alabama A&M University on an Academic Scholarship, Band Scholarship and Hattie Howze Scholarship and major in mechanical engineering.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION A-F Dominique Shanta' Adams, Erica Nicole Bailey, Keyona Danielle Barclay, Veronica Oona Barone, Matthew Scott Bean, Frederick Montez Boyd, Savannah Page Brown, Tyler Keith Burnett, Dontavious Marquez Burton, Elon Terrell Bush, Miranda Grace Chauncey, Fahrian Michael Cole, Katelyn Rae Collins, Savanna Marie Copeland, William Marcus Curry, Corpio Khalil Dennard, Deja Simone Dorman, Tyler Scott Edwards, Kelcie Ann Every, Alex Kenneth Foster

G-L Joaquin Garcia III, Stephen James Garmon, Jamicia Nicole Gay, UnDrea Shavon Gladden, AnDrea Devone Gladden, Shania Cheyenee Marie Gomez, D'Aundre Queshaun Green, Jade Cierra Hamilton, Daniel Steven Heard, Nathan Ray Hill, Vincent Edward Hilliard Jr., Cortney Brooke Holt, William Dallas Johns, Sydnie Alexis Jones, Brittany Lashon Kelley, Brandon Micholi Kenneway, Katelyn Nichole Knight, Lyndsey Ray Leatherwood, Dontavious DeJuan Lee, Temecia Denise Looney, Desiree Angelique Lopez

M-Q Adam Lawrence Medley, William Lawrence Medley, Felicia Lashae' Miller, Kelicia Janae' Miller, Dallas-Elise Jean Minchue, Mary Olene Mintz, Austin Chase Mitchell, Michael Andrew Monday Jr., Zachary William Moyers, Robyn Elise Norton, Bra'Quia Nicole Nolan, Connor Reid Owen, Dashia Alexis Parker, Carlo Ray Parker, Taylor Alexander Parker, Meonia Mo'Nay Patterson, Jasmine Latrice Peoples, Kelby Ashton Pritchett

R-T HISTORIAN Mary Olene Mintz PARENTS: Christopher and Darlene Mintz of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: Travis and Carol Fleming of Alexandria, the late Dolly Fleming and the late Roger and Patricia Mintz ACTIVITIES: Top Ten, Super Seven, National Honor Society, Student Council Vice President, Highest Average Discreet Math, Honor Roll, SADD Club and Future Teachers of America. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Faculty Scholarship and major in Special Education.

Michelle Marie Ramey, Amanda Colleen Roche, Maggie Lee Sheheane, Kayla Annie Smelcher, Tremon Lamarc Smith, Savannah Marie Smith, Kadedra Simone Stamps, Kaylia Jordania Starks, Dustin Brian Stone, Nicholas Lanardo Talley

U-Z Frankie Ann Waits, Addison Mathew Wells, Breanna Monique Whitman, Rashard Jamal Williams, DeAndre LaQuint Williams, Hunter Cole Willingham, Jason Scott Wood, Kendyl Michelle Womack, Destiny Dawn Brown Nolen VanTornhout and Davontae Maurice Young


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WALTER WELLBORN HIGH SCHOOL Class: 66 Commencement: 8 p.m. Thursday, “The Hill” Baccalaureate: 4 p.m. Sunday, West Park Heights Baptist Church

VALEDICTORIAN

SALUTATORIAN

HISTORIAN

Rebekah Williams

Hannah Shaw

Timothy Race Roszell

PARENTS: Lynne and George Williams of Eastaboga GRANDPARENTS: Betty Pugh and the late Herman Pugh, and the late Martland and Ida Williams, all of Eastaboga ACTIVITIES: National Society of High School Scholars, National Honor Society, DAR Good Citizen Award, Scholars Bowl, Math Team, Chamber Choir, voted “Most Likely to Succeed,” “A” Honor Roll, Habitat for Humanity volunteer. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on an Elite Scholarship and major in archeology.

PARENTS: Greg and Cheryl Shaw of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: Dorothy Gannon of Anniston and the late Charles Gannon, and Benny and Susie Shaw of Lincoln ACTIVITIES: Senior Class Vice President, “Most Conscientious” awards, Youth Leadership Calhoun County, Scholars Bowl, Math Team, Dance Captain. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Gamecock Scholarship and major in psychology.

PARENTS: Tim and Sandi Roszell of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: Peggy Roszell of Anniston and the late Homer Dean Roszell, and Ronnie Wayne Hood and Marion A’Lece Brannon Hood ACTIVITIES: Scored 26 on the ACT, enjoys working on cars, drawing, painting and creating music, HillCrest Baptist Church “Merge” band drummer, occasionally travels to other churches and events to play, Wally Show’s “Rock What Ya Got” contest winner, attended Camp Electric in Ohio. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Faculty Scholarship and would like to open his own business, travel and play the drums in a band.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION A-F Brooklyn Shae Angle, Shakesiha Monique Austin, Tori Deanna Benitez, Caitlin Marie Boone, Nona Kennedy Burns, Jaleel Burton, Jacob Shade Bushey, Michael Hunter Cain, Drake Andrew Cebrian, Tiffany Nichole Champion, Leona Marie Cooper, Creek Dunaway, Ebony V. Elston, Ricko English, Kierra Monique Evans, Brittany Denise Feltenberger, Jonathan Keith Fowler, Bryan Chase Frost, Jonathan Wade Fry

G-O Kendall Brooke Gilbert, Blakely Nicole Gilliam, Chantz Quendarius Goodman, David Earle Hamblin, Charles Tristan Hamlin, Kaitlin Jade Hammons, Jaethan Henry Haney, Hunter Nicole Hill, Katherine Ann Holley, TJ Hollis, Hanna Michelle Honea, Jesse Daniel Honea, Jerry Dylan Howle, Tyler

James Howard Johnson, Emily Rebecca King, Tymeria Imani Mackey, Logan Drake Magouirk, Grady McGlothin, Karigan Marie McKinney, Steven Jacob Mobley, Hayden O’Neil Moore, Drake Allen Morgan, Tristan Ray Pennington, Ryan Austin Pitts, Avery Logan Pressley

Q-Z Kenneth Wayne Reaves, Timothy Race Roszell, Ashleigh Elizabeth Saxon, Austin Greg Scott, Briannah Screws, Brittaney Lynn Shane, Cristina Louise Shaneyfelt, Hannah Ashley Shaw, Megan Nan Stanfield, Devron M. Taylor, Lakendra Nadege Truss, Tiara Brenae Truss, Robert Dewayne Tucker, Taurice Walker, Isaiah Thomas Wallace, Richard Austin Ward, Justin Lewis Webb, DaNeisha Monique Williams, Jasmine Kiana Bree Ann Williams, Rebekah Mae Williams, Bethany Faye Winters and Amber Nicole Wojnarowski

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WEAVER HIGH SCHOOL

WHITE PLAINS HIGH SCHOOL

Class: 86 Commencement: 6 p.m. Thursday, Bill Bryan Stadium Baccalaureate: 8 a.m. Sunday, First Baptist Church of Weaver Speakers: Keith Merritt and Scott Prater

Class: 88 Commencement: 7 p.m. Thursday, stadium Speaker: Andy Ward Baccalaureate: 2 p.m. Sunday, Iron City Baptist Church

VALEDICTORIAN

VALEDICTORIAN

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Ambriel Shantell Houston

Laura Anitra Williams

Taylor Michelle Harris

PARENTS: Jovita Houston and Darryl Houston, both of Anniston GRANDPARENT: Audrey Houston of Weaver ACTIVITIES: All A Honor Roll, SGA Representative, Marching Band. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Valedictorian Scholarship and then transfer to Troy University.

PARENTS: Angela Williams of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: Floyd and Janice Davis of Wedowee and Paul and June Franklin of Walnut Grove ACTIVITIES: A Honor Roll, Honors Society, Tri-M Honors Society, Highest Average, Math Tournament, “Most Likely to Succeed,” Student Council President, choir, basketball, volleyball, track and field, Emerging Leaders and Alabama Youth Leadership Program. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Shorter University on a Dean’s Scholarship and major in pre-law and counseling.

PARENTS: Quince Garrett and Paul Harris of Weaver GRANDPARENTS: Tessie and Paul Harris of Sylacauga, Vanessa McRath of Anniston and Jessie Jones of Indianapolis, Ind. ACTIVITIES: A Honor Roll, Honors Society, Tri-M Honors Society, Math Team, “Most Likely to Succeed,” “Most Likely to Make it to Hollywood,” Student Council, band, Drill Team Captain, track and field. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Fisk University on a Fisk Grant, Emerging Leader Scholarship and Clinton Fisk Academic Scholarship.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION A-E Christopher Lanier Arnold, William Seth Arrington, Caitlyn Maria Baca, Kevin Aaron Bernhardt, Nisa Marie Besta, Dillion Ray Boswell, Sara Ann Branson, Brittany Marie Brown, Morgan Carol Brown, Myles X’Zavier Brown, Seuqonda Faye Brown, Orlando Jermaine Carmichael II, Sarah Jeanette Caselberry, Alexander Blake Conde, Macklin James Crook, Anne Marie Cross, Amber Inali Davis, Dustin William Davis, Jeffery Lynn Driggers II, Matthew Blake Durham, Anna Fain Edmondson, Christopher De’Zun English

F-H Fernando DeShaun Forbes, Anthony Blake Freeman, Rhiannon Leigh Fulmer, Ashley Maria Furr,Katherine Paige Gray, Zachary Earnest Groves, Heather Denise Guthormsen, Cory Thomas Harris, Taylor Michelle Harris, Timothy Hawkins Jr., Autumn Tasha LeShay Haynes, Dalton Paul Heath, Austin Bradley Hewitt, Michael Christian Hicks II, T’Keyah Karnary Diane Hollingsworth, Ambriel Shantell Houston, Emily Ann Huckaby

I-N Austin Lane Jennings, Jordan Alyce Jennings,

Jonathan Tyler Jones, Christopher Michael Kent, Su Ji Kim, Darrel Allen Mathis, Dallas Allana Maxwell, Sarah Jessica McCulley, Darla Denise McGathy II, Ashleigh Marie McNutt, Timothy Alan McRae Jr., Jay Geonung Meadows, Stephanie Nicole Mitchell, Stephen William Mizic Jr., Christopher Ezra Moncrief, Anna Elizabeth Morris, Mary Jewelle Morton, Jakob Pierce Nelson, Renae Latrice Nelson

O-T Haleigh Brooke Ortiz, Haley Lane Page, Jessica Lennae Phillips, Hannah Brooke Pugh, Rebekka Phae Reed, Jaclyn Alexandra Roberts, Nicole Arianna Robertson, Justin Scott Seeger, Brandon Curtis Smith, Joshua Todd Smith, Devonte Ramon Spinks, Jaylyn Antonio Spinks, Auston Heath Swinford, Shayla Lee Ann Talbert, Breanna Monique Thomas, Christopher Lee Troge

U-Z Kayleigh Lynn Varner, Kyle Alexander Venson, Nicholas Ryan Warren, Destiny Ann Welsh, Jackie Levon White Jr., Laura Anitra Williams, David Tyler Williamson, Alexis Jeannette Wilson, Daniel Lee Wilson, Kelsey Lynn Wilson, Trevor Mason Wilson and Cory Daniel Wooten

Haley Madison Rowe PARENTS: Philip and Holley Rowe of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: John and Veronica Storey and Palmer and Virginia Rowe ACTIVITIES: Varsity cheerleading captain, Senior Beta Club Secretary, Student Council, Math Team, choir, Highest GPA in Algebra I, Biology, World and U.S. History, Honors English 10, Physical Science, Spanish II and Chemistry. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Auburn University on a Spirit of Auburn Founder's Scholarship and major in mathematics and secondary education.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION A-F James Paul Angles II, Britney Lynn Bates, Zoe Caroline Borders, James Patrick Bryan, Christopher Robin Buchanan, Lydia Ruth Byars, Johnny Lee Bynum III, Dillon Cody Calhoun, Alyssa Leah Chapman, Aaron Jamal Cleveland, Aaron Mitchell Cline, Morgan Alexander Cobb, Zackary Lipham Cole, Alex Tyler Collins, Brian Richard Crabtree, Hannah Elizabeth Cronan, Ashley Nicole Dark, Kaylee Jordan Davidson, Joseph Graves Dothard, Colton Lee Edwards, Lyndsi Renee Elam, Krymson Shayne Feazell, Stephen Nathaniel Floyd, Danielle Lynnette Forbus

G-L SALUTATORIAN Cody Helms PARENTS: Terry and Kathy Helms of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: Tinzie Newkirk of Anniston and Jimmie Estes of Birmingham ACTIVITIES: Scored 32 on the ACT, 1st Place winner at Calhoun County Math Tournament, 2nd Place winner in the state with VEX robotics, Highest Average Award in Chemistry, All A’s since kindergarten, Math Team, Spanish Club, JSU Writer’s Bowl. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on an Elite Scholars Scholarship and his interests are in the STEM fields.

HISTORIAN Kaley Hinton PARENTS: Carl and Tonya Hinton of Anniston GRANDPARENTS: Lamar and Judy Isabell of Piedmont and Jimmy and Helen Bentley of Choccolocco. ACTIVITIES: 3rd Place winner in the 2013 Calhoun County Golf Tournament, 10th Place winner in the 2014 Calhoun County Golf Tournament, 1st Place individual in the 2013 Chesley Oaks Invitational Golf Tournament, All A’s since kindergarten, Senior Beta Club, History Club, SCA, Math Team, Writer’s Bowl. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Faculty Honors Scholarship and major in accounting.

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Jacob Noah Gaines, Kelsey Morgan Gaines, Jonathan Conrad Gamble, Beittany Catherine Gann, Victoria Ann Ginn, Thomas Luke Green, Abby Grace Hall, James Tyler Hardcastle, William Brian Hardegree, Jesse Garland Helms, Nicholas Cody Helms, Amber Nicole Higginbotham, Kaley Autumn Hinton, Alexis Canada Holiday, Ashlyn Brooke Hubbard, Colton Jake Hubbard, Kristen Riley Huey, David Jerome Hulsey, Jordan Ray Jeffers, Jacy Leann Jenkins, Mitchell Garrett Jones, Parker Reed Jones, Thomas Houston Kandziorski, Kelsey Elizabeth Lenard, Levi Dalton Lewis, Irma Lopez

M-Q Tyler Justin Mackey, Matthew Hunter Marsh, Braxton Trey Martin, River Lloyd McCary, Collin Scott McGinnis, Bailey Austin Mills, Haleigh Danielle Moody, Adaline MaCall Morris, Dylan Wyatt Morris, Kyle Alexander Morrow, Makala Corielle Mosley, Hannah Morgan Oswalt, Edith Juliana Pearson, Shasta Leann Pointer, Caley Lynn Ponder, Logan Ray Price, Mary Svetlana Prosser

R-S Dylan James Randall, Tianna Denise Reddick, Colton Lawson Reid, Seth Lee Ringstead, Haley Madison Rowe, Amanda LeighAnn Saxon, Margaret Helen Shultz, Madison Alane Skinner, Taylor Christine Snellgrove, Jasiyah Serrai Spivey, Matthew Taylor Stanton, Javoures Rashon Sutton

T-Z Sophia Grace Taylor, Dontavius Lavonn Thomas, Micaela Faye Truett, Rebecca Elizabeth Weaver, Eli Mckenzie Wells, Daniel Hunter Wheeler, Sarah Nicole Williams, Marvin Derrell Wills Jr. and Daniel Scott Wyer


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CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL OF CLAY COUNTY Class: 118 Commencement: 7 p.m. Thursday, football stadium Baccalaureate: 4 p.m. Sunday, gym Speaker: Pastor Dorothy Ann Webster of the First United Methodist Church of Lineville and Oak Grove United Methodist Church

VALEDICTORIAN

SALUTATORIAN

Autumn Elise Sherard

Bryana Nycole Parson Harris

PARENTS: Henry and Christina Lambert of Ashland and Scott Sherard of Birmingham GRANDPARENTS: Glen and Marilynn Ward of Wedowee, Carole Conway of Melbourne, Fla., Hank and Ginny Sherard of Chattanooga, Tenn., and James Lewis of Huntsville ACTIVITIES: Highest Average in Senior High 2011-2012, First Place Individual Score in Algebra II in Southern Union State Community College Math Tournament, Clarinet Section Leader Award, Highest Average in Spanish II, Math Club Vice President, Marching Volunteers Band, Math Club/Math Team, Scholars Bowl Team, Senior Beta Club. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Auburn University on a Spirit of Auburn Presidential Scholarship and major in Biology and minor in Spanish, then attend medical school. Her goal is to make a difference in the area of medicine.

PARENT: Demita S. Parson of Montgomery GRANDPARENTS: Fredonia W. Smith of Ashland, Tommy Parson of Ozark and the late Beaulah Parson ACTIVITIES: Good Citizenship Award, Auburn University Leadership Conference, Math Club, Robotics Club, Beta Club, Juniorettes. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Auburn University on a PLUS Scholarship or the University of Alabama at Birmingham on a Breakthrough Scholarship and pursue a degree in Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, then attend medical school.

HISTORIAN Carly Nicole Sims PARENTS: Terri Sims of Lineville and Jerry Sims of Harpersville GRANDPARENTS: Gail Grogan of Lineville and the late Wilson and Lilly May Sims of Harpersville ACTIVITIES: Central High School Distinguished Actress Award, Spanish II Scholar Award, Highest Overall Senior High Average 2012, National Society of High School Scholars, Third Place Ensemble at Southern Union State Community College Fine Arts Competition, Beta Club, SGA, Math Club President, Scholar's Bowl Team, Juniorettes Vice President, Drama Club, Marching Band, majorette. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Auburn University on a Spirit of Auburn Presidential Scholarship, Presidential Scholarship Technology Stipend, Floyd P. Treadway Annual Scholarship and Diaco and Angela Aviki Endowed Scholarship and pursue a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION A-F Ashley Lynn Albritton, Gerald Devon Bishop Jr., Madison Leigh Blair, Michael Aaron Boyd, Christopher Devon O'Neal Briskey, Amy Lee Brown, Lamonyn Vadall Burney, Molly Bea Byars, Rachel Lynn Cagle, Heath Ryan Carr, Heather Nicole Carr, Eliany Carrion, Robert Jeral Clark, Jared Thomas Cleveland, Caitlin Mackenzie Cline, Brenton Robert Coleman, Evan Michael Coleman, Daisey Darlene Cox, Maria Fernanda Cruz, Iris Lynett Dawson, Cameron David DeHotman, Allison Kaye Dempsey, Jadarius Deonte Drummonds, Barbara Cheyenne Dutton, Colton Gage East, Destiny Sha Rae Easterwood, Emily Ann Edge, Nicholas Scott Epperson, Kimberly Renee Finch, Lakeisha Nicole Ford, Quaneshia Zontay Ford, Jessie Ann Foshee, Austin Lee Freeman

G-L Cassidy Blake Gallahar, Porsha Ariel Garrett, Gage Michael Gibson, Justin Ryan Gilmore, Tevin Rashawn Gooden, Patrick Ingram Gortney, GwynEva Kaitlin

Frances Graben, Jason Luke Gravette, Stacy Margaret Green, Alexander Robert Grimes, Dustin Cody-Neil Guest, Ashley Lynn Hamilton, Allen Ray Hamlin, Billy Ray Hamlin, Kennan Austin Hanner, Jason Hanson, Alexandra Laverne Hardy, Bryana Nycole Parson Harris, Rebekah Lynn Harris, Savannah Paige Harris, Bethany Grace Harry, Lakerra Santrice Heard, Tyreese Dion Henderson, Allen Micheal Hester, Ivan Christopher Daniel Hill, Toni Marie Hill, Eric Guy Jackson, Tyler Ryan James, Tyler Stephen Jarvis, Damion Shemar Joiner, Michael Emory Joiner, Cazmiara Micah Knapp, Michael John Koutsantanou, Nicholas Paul Lett, Anthony Wayne Lewis, Di'Shay Nichole Lindsey, Chasity Nicole Lovins

R-T Dylan Austin Ragsdale, SkyDarrius Re'nard Russell, Deidric Bryan Rutledge, Angelica Jacqueline Sanchez, Marcus Davis Sandlin, Morgan Blair Sanford, Shelby Leigh Saxon, Dexter Alan Scales II, Kimberly Michelle Sewell, Autumn Elise Sherard, Conway Hunter Shirey, Carly Nicole Sims, Carina Marie Smith, Edward Curtis Smith, Hannah Faith Smith, Hannah Gillian Smith, Helena Reshea Smith, Erin Leigh Staples, Jessica Michaela Stiner, Kevin Scott Strickland, Taylor McKenzie Strickland, Marina Ann Sudduth, Jonathan Lestat Taylor, Lora Evon Thaxton

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Alyssha Marie Vaughn, Hannah Leigh Waldrop, Santana Marie Waters, Tristan Lane Watkins, Andrea Marie Watts, Austin Walter Wilkinson, Jerri Madison Williams, De'Andre Marquez Wills, Anthony Tyrell Wood, Jonathan O'Neal Wycoff and Tyeshia Nicole Zackery

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CHEROKEE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Class: 90 Commencement: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Gadsden State Cherokee Arena Baccalaureate: 5 p.m. May 18, Centre First Baptist Church Speaker: Rev. Eddie Nation

VALEDICTORIAN

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION

Timothy William Guice PARENTS: Mitchell and Tina Guice of Centre GRANDPARENTS: Robert and Ann Guice of Cedar Bluff and Bryce and Margaret Grizzard of Rainbow City ACTIVITIES: ACT score of 35, 4.3 grade point average, Student Government Association President, Math and Science Club President, Beta Club Secretary, Key Club Treasurer, Senior Representative, tutor for the High Hopes program, business completer at the Cherokee County Career and Technology Center, 1st Place winner in the 2012 Jacksonville State Writers Bowl essay contest, captained the Quiz Bowl Team to 1st Place at the 2013 and 2014 Alabama Beta Conventions, winner of the rocks and minerals and technical problem solving competitions at the UAH Science Olympiad, Cherokee Electric delegate to the NRECA Washington, D.C., Youth Tour, National Merit Finalist, scored a 5 on the AP Biology and American History exams, has taken five AP classes and will graduate with an advanced academic diploma. COLLEGE: He was a National Merit Finalist and plans to attend Auburn University on an Elite Scholarship, Presidential Scholarship, East Alabama Medical Center Scholarship and major in biochemistry.

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A-F Amber Faithe Adams, Marcus McGuire Adams, Kevin Joe Akridge, Adam Wade Aloi, Autumn Mae Aloi, Tia Marie Ammons, Zachary Quinton Andrews, Michael Dylan Baker, Kayla Elizabeth Banks, KateLynn Annette Barrett, Xavier Devon Bass, Kristina Nicole Bowlin, Molly Elizabeth Brewer, Destiny Makayla Briant, Alec JaJuan Brooks, Eric Dwight Burgess, Jessen Mechell Burk, Tamara Ann Buttrum, Ciannia Monik Bynum, Dallas Todd Cabe, Adam Austin Carter, Alexis Jade Colding, Darius Andre' Covington, Blake Jay Cureton, Brandon Tyler Daniell, Candice Ann Dildine, Kenyan Isiah Dupree, Samantha Lynn Elkins, Michael Dylan Chad Elkins, Rusty Ward Fike, Austin Levi Fuller

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Typhonus DJuan Green, Timothy Wade Griffith, Timothy William Guice, Dru Alexander Handy, Brantley Tatum Hays, Misty Ann Highfield, Carla Hoang, Allison Paige Horne, Heather Drew Hubbard, Christopher Michael James, Tanner Dakota Johnson, Hunter Drake Jolly, Connor Kirby Kendrick, Rebekah Joy Ledbetter, Jacey Lynn Lee, Timothy Wayne Louallen Jr.

M-Q Dylan Lee Matthews, Matthew Chase May, Xavier Nicholai Mayfield, Natrone Jerrod Miller, Madison Nicole Millsaps, Bradford JeVon Minor, Kayle Ann Moon, Christian Warren Nelson, Justine Michele Osbourn, Logan Scott Prater, Jennie Lavon Price, Carolyn Ann Proctor, Tony LaVoy Pruitt

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Destiny Makayla Briant PARENTS: Cindy and Sonny Briant of Leesburg GRANDPARENTS: David and Jackie Whisenant of Centre and Gwendolyn and Clifford Briant of Carollton, Ga. ACTIVITIES: 4.0 grade point average, Marching Band, Concert Band, Alabama All-State Band, District Honor Band, JSU Honor Band, FFA String Band, FFA Quartet, National Beta Club, voted “Most Intellectual” and has taken five AP classes. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Faculty Scholarship and pursue a bachelor’s degree in nursing.

Breanna Allison Ray, Brittney Allana Ray, Kayla Ashley Roberts, Michael Lee Robertson Jr., Robert Cody James Rochester, Kyndal Alexandra Sanford, John Michael Sewell, Bryan Joseph Spellman, Michael Craig Spurling, Levi Tyler Sterling, Johnathan Lynn Tibbitts, Samuel Arthur Tierce, Brittany LaShae Mahannah, Madeline Morgan Tucker, Justin Ray Turner

U-Z Dylan Ray Vaughn, Ashley Ann Viveros, Jonathon Marquese Walker, Brandon Lee Ward, Michael Austin Ward, Raven Lecie LaShea Weathington, Dakota Isaiah Webb, Haley Joanna Welsh, Christian Myles West, Katherine Elizabeth Wester, Caitlyn Dawn Williamson, Terri Monique Wright, Austin Blain Wyatt, Sarah Dawn Wyres and Clay Allen Young

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CLEBURNE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

HANDLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Class: 108 Commencement: 7 p.m. May 23, L.E. Bell Field Baccalaureate: 6 p.m. Sunday, gym Speaker: David Phillips

Class: 117 Commencement: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Wright Field Baccalaureate: 7 p.m. Monday, Roanoke City Auditorium Speaker: Superintendent Chuck Marcum

VALEDICTORIAN Tristan Paul Abrams PARENTS: Paul and Sherrie Abrams of Fruithurst GRANDPARENTS: Ronnie and Peggy Day of Fruithurst and Pauline Gensel of Tallahassee, Fla. ACTIVITIES: Junior and Senior Beta Club President, National Society of High School Scholars, Marching Band, Jazz Band, Symphonic Band, Band Captain, Relay for Life. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama on a Presidential Scholarship and an Engineering Scholarship and major in computer and electronics engineering.

SALUTATORIAN Dylan Joseph Earle Milinkovich PARENTS: Joseph and Lisa Milinkovich of Fruithurst GRANDPARENT: Jennifer McBroom of Fruithurst ACTIVITIES: 3rd Place in individual Literature Test at Southern Union Fine Arts Competition, Scholars Bowl Vice President, Junior and Senior Beta Club, Math Team. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama on a Capstone Scholar Scholarship, Engineering Scholarship and James A. and Elizabeth D. Harper Scholarship and major in engineering.

HISTORIAN Austin Hamilton Brooks PARENTS: Kevin Brooks of Delta and Melody Walker of Heflin GRANDPARENTS: Mac and Annette Smith of Ranburne and Helen Brooks of Ranburne and the late Troy Brooks ACTIVITIES: Eagle Scout, football, baseball, golf, Math Team, Junior and Senior Beta Club. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama on a Presidential Scholarship and major in pre-med and pursue a career in orthopedic surgery.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION A-F Tristan Paul Abrams, Sydney Leigh Baker, Chance McKenzy Beam, Jennifer Leann Beason, Damion Lee Benefield, Katelyn Shay Biggers, Danielle Marie Blair, Nicholas Lynn Blevins, SheMorre' Treyvonn Bolton, Mason Cole Boner, Dalton Jay Boyd, Jessica Hope Boyd, Aaron-Michael Duane Boyd, Austin Hamilton Brooks, Pebbles Nykia Brown, Olivia Hayden Burke, Cody William Byrom, Mary Kristina Causey, Jason William Chandler, Caleb Tyler Cobb, Crystal Michelle Cochran, Dakota Lee Cook, Halley Nicole Cook, Autumn Danielle Dale, Auburn Leigh Day, Jacob Dalton Dean, Jacob Taylor Duke, Teron Ainsley Dukes, Toni Leann Epps, Kayla Ann Forman

G-L Brent Taylor George, Artie Lindsey Glatham, Angel Mckayla Goodman, Caleb Blake Goodman, Hannah Elizabeth Gossage, Gabriella Lynn Grigsby, Dania Esmeralda Guerrero, Bethany Alleath Gunter, Laura Danielle Hanvey, Shannon Ray Hargrove, Tiffany Lynn Hayes, Justin Alan Haynes, Ardasia Tatiana Mona' Heard, Christian Elijah Henson, Jeffrey David Henson, Brittany Kay Holcombe, Courtney Faith Hollis, Hailey Taylor Hollis, Sabrina Renae Holt, Tiffany Dawn Hudgins, Elizabeth Paige Ivey, Debra Danielle James, Agustin Maldonado Jimenez, Alexis Shanel Jones, Randy Cameron Kerr, Jesse Perry Ledbetter, James Cody Lee

M-Q Beatriz Maldonado, Mary Elizabeth Martin, Peyton Brooke Martin, Bridget LeAnn McLain, Jeremiah Braxton McLeroy, Sela Bay Miles, Dylan Joseph Earle Milinkovich, Spencer Kyle Morris, Matthew Kurtis Morrow, Megan Renee Owen, Colton Blake Payne, Katelynn Lindsey Payne, Joseph Lee Pilkington, Austin Lee Ploof, Tyler Craig Porteous, Sara Ann Prescott, Aiden Ross Price, Maxson Mac Prichard

R-T James Dylan Reed, Michael Scott Rhea, April Nichole Rush, Laura Kelly Rush, Haley Laura Sheffield, Misty Jo Shelton, Brandon Michael Sherrets, Rusty Neal Shiflett, Matthew Reed Shortt, Ilisha Shanel Smith, Lee Harper Spears, Vinton Cody Sprayberry, Christin Gabrielle Stephens, Billy Wayne Stutler, Danny Cole Sweat, Loren Ashleigh Taylor, Catherine Davis Taylor, Caleb Harris Taylor, Carole Annette Taylor, Geoffrey Lantz Teague, Jamari De'Andre Thomas, Christopher Lee Thomas, Megan Marie Thomason, Scott Wesley Thompson, Griffin Lee Turner

U-Z Isaiah Seth Ware, Kaitlin Shea Waters, Christopher Lamar Weeks, Erica Lynn Williamson, Clifton Drake Williamson, Wesley Aron Williamson, Shelby Jane Ruth Woody and Kaitlynn Brooke Zeiders

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Natalie Elaine Brown

Kristen Colleen Norred

PARENTS: Douglas and Mary Brown of Roanoke GRANDPARENTS: Bill and Judy McHone of Riverdale, Ga., and the late Jarrell and Ann Brown of Roanoke ACTIVITIES: Academic Letter, All A Honor Roll, Hugh O'Bryan Youth Leadership Award, National Honor Society Vice President, Mu Alpha Theta Math Honorary Secretary, Interact Club Historian, Anchor Club President, Senior Class Vice President, Handley High School Ambassador, Handleyan Yearbook Editor, Roanoke Academy of Ballet Performance Company dancer. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Troy University Troy University on a Millennium Scholar's Award and a Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Scholarship and major in business while participating in the BFA in Dance Program.

PARENTS: Charles and Angela Norred of Roanoke GRANDPARENTS: Lura Norred of Roanoke, Ralph Newborn of Newnan, Ga. and Ginger Leese of Vicksburg, Miss. ACTIVITIES: First Place SUSCC Individual Calculus Award, Wendy's Heisman winner, Mu Alpha Theta Math Honorary President, All-Area Softball, Academic Letter, National Honor Society, Student Government Association, National Honor Society, Interact Club Vice President, Anchor Club, Math Team, FOCUS Club, Students Against Destructive Decisions, varsity softball, drama productions. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Faculty Scholars Scholarship and a George R. West Scholarship and pursue a bachelor's and master's degree in secondary mathematics education.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION  A-F Kevin Awbrey Adamson, Brandon Tyler Akins, Ivory Lucaya Alford, Monique Lashay Autrey, Tamara Halley Baggin, Erica Jade Barber, Shequoyah Andrea Barker, Keshia Renae Bell, Kiandra Nicole Billingslea, Anna Elizabeth Bonner, Brianna LaTrice Bonner, Kayla Nicole Braswell, Caitlin Blair Brown, Cassie Elaine Brown, Chelsea Brianna Brown, Natalie Elaine Brown, Kimberly Nicole Burke, Taylor Dean Caldwell, Shareka Lasha Chappell, Layla Fawn Clegg, Tanequa Ranidriana Collins, Martina Leann Cosper, Selena Lauren Cottle, Joshua Bryar Crockett, Jeremy Blake Cummings, JacQuar Malik Darden, Kiesha Simone Dawson, Kristan Renae Dean, Joshua Andrew Denham, John Kole Duncan, Janie Lorraine Edwards, Robert Clay Fetner, Marcellous Kordell Floyd, Brianna Nicole Fluharty, Daniel Lee Folds, Cody Lamar Foster

 G-L Allison Renae Gooden, Keenan Blaine Gosdin, Damien LaShawn Harris, Jeffery Keith

Hester, Sara Ashley Hicks, Avery Hunter Holloway, Tradarius Quontel Houston, Monesha Kitty Howard, Jessica Lynn Jacobs, Shaquesda Shakivia Joiner, Kendreatta Shermane Jones, Tyler Mark Jordan, Kaitlyn Brianna Justice, Maxwell Allen Kelley, Hannah Denise Kirby, Callie Lorena Knight, Camry Shanice Knight, Justice Kiera Knight, Alex Neal Laney, Danielle Sanqueas Lee

 M-Q Aaliyah Monae Magby, Jacob Alexander Matias, James Cody Mauldin, Erica Alexis McCleary, Audrey Leighanne McGee, Cami Michelle McGuire-Russell, Breanna Morgan Mitchell, Anferenee De'Andre Moore, Quincy Ezah Morris, Colton Jake Murphy, Caitlin McClain Neighbors, Steven Chase Nobley, Kristen Colleen Norred, Danesha Denice Nunn, Demetrius Leon Nunn, Ravan Samone Nunn, Madalyn Denise Ogilvie, Evelyn Oliva, Shelby Paige Overton, Andrew Owens, Thomas Mitchum Parmer, Christian Alexander Pate, Dontavious Dreion Patterson, Kevin Tyler Perry, Malcolm Jermaine Phillips, Jacob

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 R- T James Lewis Robinson IV, Casey Michelle Rollins, Carol Tiara Rowland, Brittany Shawnice Sanders, Javorris Devantae Scott, Sabrina Elaine Vashaun Slaughter, Nikeisha Shanta Smedley, Matthew Connor Smith, Jayla Tranae Spratling, Joseph Michael Stewart, Joseph Kody Taylor, Russell Dalton Tesch, La'Shavious Takeera Thomas, Chad Justin Thompson, Dylan Jacob Mark Thompson, Travaon Quintal Thompson, Cordell Deontae Thurman, Quandale Demond Trammell, Erica Dione Treadwell

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LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL Class: 116 Commencement: 7 p.m. Thursday, Keith Howard Memorial Stadium Speaker: John Croyle, Founder and Executive Director of Big Oak Ranch Inc.

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Bryant Thomas Matt

Alyssa Nicole Swain

M PARENTS: Marcus and Alisha Swain n of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Gail and Lawrence Johnson of Pell City, Eddie McGraw of Vincent and Thomas Swain of Alpine COLLEGE: Plans to attend Tuskegee University and major in chemistry on a pharmacy track, then attend a graduate school of pharmacy.

PARENTS: Stephanie and William Herrick III of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Larry Matt and Mary Matt of Mansfile, Ohio; William Herrick Jr. and Marty Herrick of Tampa, Fla. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of West Florida and study computer engineering and participate in Army ROTC and pursue a career as an Army officer.

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Chance William Byrd

Austin Lee Swain

PARENTS: Debbie and Keith Byrd of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Deceased COLLEGE: Plans to attend college and play football and pursue a teaching degree and teach and coach at Lincoln.

PARENTS: Marcus Swain and Alisha Swain of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Gail and Lawrence Johnson of Pell City, Eddie McGraw of Vincent and Thomas Swain of Alpine COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of South Alabama and major in biomedical sciences, then attend medical school and pursue a career as a wound surgeon.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Tyler Blake Calhoun PARENTS: Frankie and Kellye Calhoun of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Mary Calhoun and Geraldine and Earl Smith, all of Lincoln COLLEGE: Plans to attend Central Alabama Community College and then transfer to a university.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Clancy Brianne Carlisle PARENTS: Tommy and Susan Carlisle of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Mary Carlisle of Lincoln COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of South Alabama to pursue a bachelor of science degree in radiologic sciences, then attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to pursue a master’s degree and become a radiologist assistant.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Fang Chen PARENTS: Ai Xiang and Tian Le Chen of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Bi Qin Lin and Lu Guan Chen of China COLLEGE: Plans to attend a university and pursue a degree in nursing and become a nurse practitioner.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Kegan Maxwell Cochran PARENTS: Tom and Renee Cochran of

BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Clancy Carlisle, Maranda Morrison, Kelsi Hardy, Savannah Dulaney, Tyler Calhoun, Chance Byrd, Austin Swain, Kegan Cochran, Ira Youngblood, Marisol Loera, Fang Chen FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Hannah Taylor, Chelsea Ramsey, Kayla Ramsey, Tierra Webster, Shania Embry, Alyssa Swain NOT PICTURED: Bryant Matt Eastaboga GRANDPARENTS: Bob and Helen Dulaney of Eastaboga and Len and Monette Cochran of Auburn COLLEGE: Plans to attend Auburn University to pursue a bachelor's degree in graphic design.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Savannah Jae Dulaney PARENTS: Anthony and Gina Dulaney of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Willard and Joyce Dulaney of Eastaboga and the late Kenneth and Faye Parker of Lincoln COLLEGE: Plans to attend a community college, then transfer to Troy University to pursue a degree in nursing and eventually earn a master's degree and move into a supervisory role in the nursing field.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Shania Keenae Embry PARENTS: Mia and Keith Embry of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Betty and Clearance Embry of Lincoln and Vanessa and Larry Curry of Talladega COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama at Birmingham and major in kinesiology with a minor in pre-physical

therapy, then attend physical therapy school to become a physical therapist.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Kelsi Lauran Hardy PARENTS: Wendy and Eddie Hardy of Talladega GRANDPARENTS: Robert Hardy of Winterboro, Laney Ferrell of Alpine, Eddie Rena Hardy of Winterboro and Joseph Ellison of Talladega COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of South Alabama and major in pre medicine.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Marisol Loera PARENTS: Isabel and Andres Loera of Talladega GRANDPARENTS: Teofila Delfina Loera of Salinas, Calif. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama at Birmingham and major in chemistry and pursue a Ph.D. in chemistry.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Maranda Leigh Morrison PARENTS: Leslie “Buddy” and Wanda

Morrison of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: The late Robert and Joyce Morrison, formerly of Talladega and Pauline Shirey of Talladega and the late George Shirey COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University and major in nursing and pursue a career as a nurse practitioner.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Hannah Mari Taylor PARENTS: Christie and Mike Taylor of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Donna and Jimmy Elkins and Maureen and Edward Taylor, all of Talladega COLLEGE: Plans to go pursue a career as a nurse.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE SUMMA CUM LAUDE Chelsea Brooke Ramsey PARENTS: Scott and Roxiann Ramsey of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Joan Sims of Lincoln and the late Hilton Sims, Sammie Cotton of Lincoln and the late John Ramsey, formerly of Lincoln COLLEGE: Plans to attend Troy University and pursue a degree in nursing and a career as a certified nursing anesthetist.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Kayla Morgan Ramsey PARENTS: Jeremy and DeAnn Ramsey of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Elmer and Dean Bell and Jerry and Lynda Ramsey, all of Lincoln COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of Alabama at Birmingham to pursue a master’s degree in occupational therapy.

Tierra Lasha Webster PARENTS: TL and LeeBertha Webster of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Morris and Annie Powell of Tchula, Miss., and Richard and Cora Webster of Charleston, Miss. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Tuskegee University and major in chemical engineering.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Ira Daniel Youngblood

PARENTS: Steve and Laurie Youngblood of Lincoln GRANDPARENTS: Barbra Newman of Jacksonville and the late Jim Newman COLLEGE: Plans to attend a community college in Florida and then a university for academics and swimming.

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HARVEST HOME SCHOOL Class: 16 Commencement: 6 p.m. today at Harvest Church of God

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION

Congratulations Graduates!

Stephen Boutwell, Steven Dobbs, Holly Hudson, Baylee Jeske, Gregory Johnson, William Lester, Jacob Maddox, Judson Martin, Jessica McFall, Samantha McGlaughn, Baylor Nichols, Caleb Noles, Micaela Serrano, Houston Stamper, Elizabeth Tennant and Alexander Tidwell

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CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION A-F Devona Charlelle Afford, Imani Harper Afford, Brent Joseph Armstrong, Joseph Wayne Atwell, Daniel Wayne Banks, Savannah Rose Barrentine, Katelynn Brianna Bean, Brittany Myrtle Beck, Cory Andrew Bishop, Brianna Danielle Boggs, Charles Austin Bridges, Erica Lashay Britt, Avery Leneil Burr, Tonisheya Shondrea Bynum, Chance William Byrd, Lexie Cain, Tyler Blake Calhoun, Clancy Brianne Carlisle, Michael Bryan Cash, Matthew Douglas Challender, Kiara LeChe Chatman, Marlen Chavarin, Fang Chen, Carolann Marie Cobb, Kegan Maxwell Cochran, Brittney Renae Collum, Kaleb James Combs, Travon Michael Crawford, Seth Alec Davis, Elijah Jeremiah Job Drugich, Savannah Jae Dulaney, Megan Danielle Elston, Shania Keenae Embry, Amanda Sue Feenker, Larry Dean Fomby Jr., Raven Ieshia Fomby

G-L Christopher Allan Gann, Jeanette Cherye Gann, Jonathan Leon Gaston, Micah Lee Gaston, Anthony Kameron George, Shelbie Leayne Dakota Glass, William Ronald Gray, JaQuavius Montrell Green, Jesus Alberto Guerrero, Kelsi Lauran Hardy, Ashley Suzanne Haynes, Johnathon Blake Higginbotham, Almelia Santrice Hill, Kaleigh Jordan Hosmer, Collin Hunter Huffaker, John Jamison Isenhower, Troy Ryan Jenkins, Nathaniel Donnell Johnson, Brittany Taylor Jones, Symia LaRay Jones, Kaci Agan Kopecky, Samantha Danielle Laughter, Zoe Courtney Lloyd, Andres Loera, Marisol Loera

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Bryant Thomas Matt, Dillon Ray McBurnett, Fantasia Chavell McCain, Kessandra Dawn McCluney, Kyle Joe McLendon, Kody Hannah McQuinn, Taylor Blake Mitchell, Iesha Nicole Moorer, Cantashea Temara Morris, Maranda Leigh Morrison, Hunter Marie O'Neal, Carley Anne Owens, Steven Clint Partain, Aleeka Katoya Peeler, Devante' Peeler, Dontrell

Savannah Marie Waldrop, Hunter Brett Webster, Tierra Lasha Webster, Shelbi Alexanderia White, Ashley Nicole Whiteside, Daniel Trenton Wiggins, DeAnthony James Wills, Marquavius Devonte' Wills, Miantranay Andreal Wills, Maggie Elizabeth Word, Ira Daniel Youngblood and Chaofan Zhang

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MUNFORD HIGH SCHOOL Class: 86 Commencement: 7 p.m. Thursday, gym

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Jessica Marie Daily

Emily Ann Anglin, Leigh Jewelann Bazor, Cassidy Jade Bentley, Dylan Ray Berry, Anthony Travon Best, Kristen Page Bullard, Ra'Aunna LaShawn Caldwell, Blake O'Neal Camp, Miranda Hope Carothers, Alanna Nancia Chatman, Tyler Shane Clark, Shaniah Mary Cooper, Keara Laberyl Curtis, Jessica Marie Daily, Iesha Anria Dark, Ashley Brooke Dixon, Marquarius Deonte Eirby, Morgan Cheyenne Erdman, Greyson Lee Folsom, Kayla Danielle Franklin, Becca Lynne Fuller

PARENTS: John and Amanda Daily of Munford GRANDPARENTS: Wayne and Carolyn Folsom of Munford, Cathy and John Snodgrass of Talladega and Doug and Paula Daily of Daphne ACTIVITIES: Yearbook editor, Beta Club, SGA, Awards of Academic Excellence. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Faculty Scholarship and major in Psychology.

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Monteo Shamar J'mond Garrett, Aliyah Denisha De'ja Gooden, Dakota Dale Gunter, Adam Taylor Hall, Hillari Blaine Hallmark, Travis Scott Harris, Jordan Alexander Harvell, Marc David Haynes, Magen Lane Henson, Chandler Seth Hill, Ta'Quaries Dontae Holland, Patrick Keith Hubbard, Alexis Nicole Hughes, Jacob Kyle Hughston, Ethan Tanner Jackson, Armiller Shania Jenkins, Chris Gordon Jennings, Morgan Haley Jones, Logan Michael Kirk, Alan Ray Lackey, Tyler Scott Lackey, Lucas Allan Langley, Tavon Ja'Brent Lawson, Robin Riley Ledbetter

Jamie Deanna Sweet PARENTS: Dave and Cheryl Swinehart of Munford GRANDPARENTS: Larry and Donna Smith of Munford ACTIVITIES: Softball, volleyball, All-Area Varsity Volleyball Award, Talladega County Scholar Athlete Award. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Gadsden State Community College and major in criminal justice.

M-Q SUMMA CUM LAUDE Austin Reid Williamon PARENTS: Vance and Merichelle Williamon and Jennifer Soehren GRANDPARENTS: Eddie Williamon of Ohatchee and the late Darlene Williamon, Steve and Martha Soehren of Philadelphia, Pa., and Karen Soehren of Huntsville ACTIVITIES: Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band, All State Band, District Honor Band. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on an Elite Scholars Scholarship and major in computer science.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE Alanna Nancia Chatman PARENTS: Towanda Chatman of Talladega and Willie Keith of Pell City GRANDPARENTS: Nancy and Edward Chatman of Talladega

BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Tyler Clark, Austin Williamon FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Alanna Chatman, Jessica Daily, Jamie Sweet, Becca Fuller ACTIVITIES: Senior Class Treasurer, SGA, Senior Beta Club, FBLA, Awards of Academic Excellence. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Troy University on a Leadership Scholarship and major in business.

versity on a Faculty Scholarship and major in elementary education.

SUMMA CUM LAUDE SUMMA CUM LAUDE Becca Lynne Fuller PARENTS: Nathan and Misty Jackson of Talladega GRANDPARENTS: Danny and Marie Bentley of Eastaboga and Nathan and Susan Jackson of Pell City ACTIVITIES: Beta Club, yearbook staff, volunteer firefighter. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State Uni-

Tyler Shane Clark PARENTS: Shane and Callie Clark of Munford GRANDPARENTS: Greg and Melissa Clark of Munford and Bob and Cathy Hubbard of Talladega ACTIVITIES: SGA, Beta Club, yearbook staff, Munford High School Ambassador, varsity football. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Central Alabama Community College and major in nursing.

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R-Z Bobby Jahleel Robinson, Ja'tavious De'shawn Scales, Caitlin Renee' Smith, Cassidy Michelle Smith, Corey Blake Smith, Sarah Paige Smith, Dacoda Allen Steffey, Hannah Sally Street, Brian Davis Strickland, Mark Anthony Strickland, Jamie Deanna Sweet, Quendarius Jamal Taylor, Jasmine Keaunna Turner, James Andrew Waddell II, Robert Sean Wadsworth, Patrick Ray Whitten, Austin Reid Williamon and Terrious Lavonta Williams


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RANBURNE HIGH SCHOOL

RANDOLPH COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

Class: 63 Commencement: 7 p.m. Thursday, Harlan Robinson Field Baccalaureate: 6 p.m. Sunday, Macedonia Baptist Church

VALEDICTORIAN Spencer Hamilton Gibbs PARENTS: Daryl and Paula Gibbs of Ranburne GRANDPARENTS: Tillman and Eudell Gibbs of Ranburne and Jane Fowler of Adairsville, Ga. ACTIVITIES: Who's Who “Most Likely to Succeed,” 2013 Anniston Star All Area Baseball Team, Physics Team, Sr. Math Team, Ag-Mechanics Team, Sr. Beta Club. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Auburn University on a Spirit of Auburn Founders' Scholarship and major in pharmacy.

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Gary Cole Yearta PARENTS: Carrie Lovvorn and Chuck and Whitney Yearta, all of Ranburne GRANDPARENTS: Connie Yearta of Bowdon, Ga. and Danny and Kathy Lovvorn of Woodland ACTIVITIES: 1st Place in the FFA District AG Construction Competition for his individual score on Building and Construction, Anniston Star All Region Football Team, baseball, Physics Team, Sr. Math Team, Sr. Beta Club, Ag-Mechanics Team. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Faculty Scholarship and major in electrical engineering.

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David Gerald Anderson, Mathew Ralph Benefield, Stephanie Rae Benefield, Theodore Elijah Blackwell, Mariah Bradley, Lori Beth Cape, Morgan Taylor Carty, Taylor Carol Clark, Tyler Lee Connell, Darrell Kile Daniel, Shania Leigh Dodson, Thomas Aaron Dodson, Kayla Brook Elrod, Collin Ray Estes, Daniel Evans, Spencer Hamilton Gibbs, Andrew Michael Gibson, Chandy Lee Gordon, Lucas Austin Hammond, Brandon Allen Hay, Lacey Paige Hiett, Arista Leigh Holt, Brandon Lee Hubbard

Zachriah Lavonne Jamison, Samuel Hunter Johnsen, Amanda Marie Johnson, Melissa Ann Johnson, Austin Nevada Jordan, Amber Rollins Kee, Kayla Ann Ledbetter, Jacob Eugene Long, Bethany Anna McGuire, Indiana Rachelle Morgan, Rachel Melinn Morgan, Jessie Ray Pannitto, Jordan Parrish, Hunter Jeffrey Peterson, Jessie Alexander Preston, Josiah Davron Patches Pritt, Devin Malachi Rehberg, Dennis Wade Richardson, Katherine Runels

Samantha Faye Sharp, Tiffany Marie Simpson, Frances Isabella Skinner, Joseph Dylan Skinner, Dakota Douglas Smith, Jarrod Shay Smith, Logan Scott Smith, Mark David Smith, Colton Donavon Stephens, Erica Brooke Taylor, Tracie Leigh Terrell, Heather Nicole Tucker, Darman Cody-Lee Wallace, Mason Lee Wessinger, Dalton Riley White, Brandon Brady Lane Whittle, James Russell Seth Willbanks, Dakota Lane Wilson, Madison Marie Wise, Gary Cole Yearta and Zachary Tyler Yearty

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David James Mote PARENTS: Charles and Maria Mote of Roanoke GRANDPARENTS: John and Mary Mote of Wedowee and the late Charter and Myra Fuller, formerly of Carrollton, Ga. ACTIVITIES: U.S. Achievement Academy National Award in Mathematics, Mr. RCHS, Mu Alpha Theta, Beta Club, Scholars Bowl, Key Club, Truth Club, Spanish Club. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Southern Union State Community College on a Presidential Scholarship.

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PARENTS: Richard Shelnutt of Roanoke and Lynn Shelnutt of Franklin, Ga. GRANDPARENTS: Terry Shelnutt of Roanoke and the late Janice Shelnutt, Dianne Bassett of Roanoke and the late James Ray Smith ACTIVITIES: Mu Alpha Theta, Advanced Diploma, yearbook staff, Beta Club Secretary, Key Club. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Southern Union State Community College on a Presidential Scholarship and major in child development.

PARENTS: James and Susan Yarbrough of Lineville GRANDPARENTS: Jean Fuller of Lineville and the late Willard Fuller, and Christine Yarbrough of Delta and the late Andrew Otha Yarbrough ACTIVITIES: Mu Alpha Theta Vice President, Entertainers of Tomorrow, yearbook staff, Beta Club, Key Club. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Auburn University at Montgomery on a Recognition Scholarship and study nursing.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION A-H Brittany Leann Arrington, Dionna Rochelle Berry, Aaron James Bolden, Kelsey Lynn Bolt, Keith Deshun Clark, Brittany Lynn Cook, Ceara Nicole Cooper, Courtney Alyce Cooper, Kaylin Michelle Corbin, Luis Antonio Cortes, Jalen Deontae Drummond, Gavan Alexander Duncan, Cessily Lachelle Goodwin, Kendall Jade Hamrick, Mary Kassandra Haynes, Stephanie Elaine Henderson, Christopher Tyler Hill, Savannah Leigh Hornsby

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SPRING GARDEN HIGH SCHOOL

WADLEY HIGH SCHOOL Class: 25 Commencement: 7 p.m. Wednesday, gym Speaker: Alabama State Treasurer Young Boozer

Class: 37 Commencement: 5 p.m. Thursday at Gadsden State-Cherokee, Centre Baccalaureate: 3 p.m. Sunday, Goshen United Methodist Church, Piedmont

VALEDICTORIAN Andrew Grant Benefield PARENTS: Tony and Theresa Benefield of Spring Garden GRANDPARENTS: Elbridge and Eleanor Robertson of Hokes Bluff, Oscar and Carol Link of Attalla, Faye Benefield of Lufkin, Texas and the late James Benefield ACTIVITIES: 4.0 grade point average, varsity baseball and football statistician, Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Alabama Boys State, Youth Leadership Cherokee, Jacksonville State University Emerging Leader, Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award recipient, Bryant-Jordan Scholar Athlete and member of Piedmont First Baptist Church. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on an Elite Scholars Scholarship and Bryant Jordan Scholar Athlete Scholarship.

SALUTATORIAN William Dalton Ivey PARENTS: Bruce and Shannon Ivey of Spring Garden GRANDPARENTS: Gene and Reba Williams of Spring Garden and Janie Ivey of Piedmont and the late Charles Ivey ACTIVITIES: GPA of 4.0, member of Piedmont First Baptist Church, awards in baseball, basketball and football, FCCLA, FFA, Mu Alpha Theta, editor of the yearbook staff, Jacksonville State University Emerging Leader and a graduate of Youth Leadership Cherokee. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Auburn University on a Leadership Scholarship and Gem of the Hills Scholarship and pursue a degree in Physical Therapy.

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VALEDICTORIAN Chasity Nicole Taylor

SALUTATORIAN Brittany Shay Taylor

PARENTS: Kim and Randall Prater of Spring Garden GRANDPARENTS: Johnny and Faye Amberson and Jennie Prater and the late Charles Prater, all of Spring Garden ACTIVITIES: FFA, FCCLA, yearbook sports editor and business ads editor, Chi Alpha Mu Junior Math Society, Mu Alpha Theta Math Society, Senior Class President, Cherokee Electric Cooperative’s Montgomery Youth Tour, Cherokee Electric Cooperative’s NRECA Washington, D.C. Youth Tour delegate, Jacksonville State University’s Emerging Leader, Youth Leadership Cherokee, Hugh O’ Brien Youth Leadership Convention Ambassador, golf, varsity basketball and baseball, active member of Goshen United Methodist Church’s Youth Leadership Group. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Gadsden State Community College on an Honors Scholarship.

PARENTS: Chris and Christie Taylor of Wadley GRANDPARENTS: Rob and Laura Taylor of Cragford and Bob and Phillis Taylor of Wadley ACTIVITIES: Beta Club President, FFA Vice President, Pep Club President, Key Club, Math Team, yearbook editor, Drama Club, member of Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Troy University on a Leadership Scholarship.

PARENTS: Shane and Nicki Taylor of Wadley GRANDPARENTS: Beth Noles and Malcom Bassett and Bob and Phillis Taylor, all of Wadley ACTIVITIES: Central District FFA President, Key Club President, Relay for Life Team Captain, Senior Class Vice President, yearbook editor, member of Corinth Christian Church. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Troy University on a Chancellor's Scholarship and pursue a degree in marine biology, then pursue a masters degree and work in the field of reuse and rehabilitation of marine life.

CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION Peyton Cory Allen, Kyle Daniel Barfield, Kyler Mark Bellamy, Andrew Grant Benefield, Jacob Rhyse Black, Hunter James Bondie, Spenser Delmas Bonds, Austin Joseph Bryan, Darby Kole Bryant, Lukas Robert Crawford, Hunter Wade Crider, Kaylee Diane Cronan, Anthony Darryl Cross, Haley Renee Dobbs, Zackery Walker Dobbs, Dillion Michael Goss, Heather Marie Gossett, Christopher Ryan Hardin, Kaylie Savannah Hill, Kayla

Breanna Holcomb, William Dalton Ivey, Auburn Brooke Kirk, Dustin Gary Ledbetter, Leevi Taft Maddox, Colton Rogers McCrelles, Cheyann Nicole McDaniel, Madison Leigh Micha, Colin Wayne Morgan, Haley Cheyenne Motes, Trevor Van Pierce, Jonathan Kane Prater, Dillin Thomas Rickman, Lesley Danielle Schoonhoven, Dallas Paige Smith, Jenna Layne Steward, Megan Lee Turley and William Samuel Westbrook

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HISTORIAN Hannah Elizabeth Phillips PARENTS: Jay and Melody Phillips of Wadley, Gary and Judy Holloway of Wedowee and Nita Phillips of Auburn ACTIVITIES: Football Sweetheart, SGA Vice President, Senior Class President, varsity cheer captain, softball, Beta Club, Key Club, FFA, yearbook co-editor, member of Wadley First Baptist Church. COLLEGE: Plans to attend the University of West Alabama on two Trustee Scholarships and become an athletic trainer, then pursue a degree to practice as a physical therapist.

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Congratulations

WOODLAND HIGH SCHOOL Class: 57 Commencement: 7 p.m. May 23, Warren Sewell Field Baccalaureate: 3 p.m. Sunday, Noon Day Christian Church Speaker: Wendel Ford

VALEDICTORIAN

SALUTATORIAN

Leah Jean Strain

Tansy Lee Parmer

PARENTS: Larry and Robin Strain of Wedowee GRANDPARENTS: Syvia Brazeal and the late Jerry Brazeal and Tommie and Charlotte Strain, All of Wedowee ACTIVITIES: Bryant-Jordan Scholar Athlete Award, Basketball State Champions, Basketball Player of the Year, Basketball State Tournament MVP, Senior Class “Most Athletic,” Football Sweetheart. volleyball, cheerleading, Beta Club, Student Council, Mu Alpha Theta, Truth Club, Key Club. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Jacksonville State University on a Women's Basketball Scholarship and major in nursing.

PARENTS: Tina Phillips and Junior Parmer of Woodland GRANDPARENTS: Murl and Linda Williams and Ridley Parmer and the late Betty Jo Parmer, all of Woodland ACTIVITIES: All A Honor Roll, Senior Class “Best Dressed,” Senior Class President, Mu Alpha Theta President, Beta Club Secretary, 2012 Miss Woodland, varsity cheerleader, Beta Club, yearbook editor, Key Club, Truth Club, W Club, Mu Alpha Theta, FOCUS. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Southern Union State Community College on a Presidential Scholarship and major in nursing.

HISTORIAN Kristina Jaide Walker PARENTS: Jerry and Rhonda Walker of Roanoke GRANDPARENTS: Ray and Syble Rogers, the late Doris Akins and Earl and Runette Walker, all of Woodland ACTIVITIES: All A Honor Roll, Senior Class “Best All Around,” Beta Club, Key Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Basketball State Champions, Truth Club, FCCLA, W Club. COLLEGE: Plans to attend Gadsden State Community College on an Academic Scholarship and major in accounting and play for the Lady Cardinals.

John Wesley Adcock, James Christopher Allen Jr., Colton Hunter Arrington, Zane Cooper Arrington, Zoe Caroline Arrington, Andrew Daniel Bailey, Tabitha Skye Collier, Elizebeth Mae Crenshaw, Alonzo Omar Cummings, Rosalee Marie Davis, Macie Alexandra Edwards, Mario Dehaven Ellis, Kennedy Malynn Fincher, Makayla Ann Ford, Shayna Rae Garmon, Janet Garcia Gembe, Silvia Reyes Gembe, Johnathan Ray Hawthorne, Shania Lynn Hazellief, Tyler James Heard, Kortni Shae Hopkins, Megan Tierra Kirby

L-Q Emily Alexandra Lam, Adrienne Lynn Landreth, Devonta Qutez Maffett, Brooklyn Denise McCain, Corey

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Raj Kashyap

Chris Carr

Andrew Carroll

Richard Bateman

JohnMorgan Baker

Katie Athon

National Merit Finalist

Wilnadia Murrell

Evan Rogers

Aliyah Salame

Darsey Norton

Mary Elizabeth Mathison

Corey Phills

Anna Brooke Payne

Caroline LaFollette

Bethany Keel

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AC A D E M I C S

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AT H L E T I C S

Auburn University • Baylor University • Belhaven University Belmont University • Birmingham-Southern College • Boston University Capital University • Centre College • Cornell University • Davidson College Duke University • Eckerd College • Elmira College

National Merit Commended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University • Faulkner University

Landon Suco

Amanda Sherer

Rylee Segrest

Flagler College • Furman University • Jacksonville State University • Johnson & Wells University Kentucky Wesleyan College • King’s College • Liberty University • Louisiana State University Loyola University New Orleans • Mercer University • New York University • Oglethorpe University The Ohio State University • Oxford College of Emory University • Pepperdine University Samford University • Sewanee University • Spring Hill College • Southern Illinois University

Sarah Thibault

Quinlan Swain

Sweet Briar College • Texas A&M University • Troy University • Tufts University • Union University • University of Alabama University of Alabama-Birmingham • University of Alabama-Huntsville • University of California-Berkeley University of California-Irvine • University of California-Los Angeles • University of California-Riverside University of California-San Diego • University of California-Santa Barbara • University of Chicago • University of Dayton University of Illinois at Chicago • University of Miami • University of Mississippi • University of Mobile • University of Montevallo University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill • University of Ohio • University of South Alabama • University of Southern California

Lesli Williams

Neal Van Marter

University of Tampa • Wofford College

Members of the Class of 2014 have received merit-based scholarship offers in excess of 5.3 million dollars and have been offered acceptances by the above colleges and universities.

Maria Yamamuro

Discover the Difference Schedule a tour with Admissions Director Sue Canter: scanter@donohoschool.com or 256-236-4459 ext. 119. Please visit www.donohoschool.com for more information and driving directions to our campus.


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