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Sunday, June 9, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 1D

The Heritage School

Student honors 2019

• Scholarship recipients • Award presentations • Photos of graduates • A letter from the head of school

The Heritage School Student Honors 2019 Published by The Newnan Times-Herald Sunday, June 9, 2019

Photos by Pure Grin Photography Valedictorian and Salutatorian: from left, Valedictorian Tasseen Khan, Kristin Skelly and Salutatorian Tricia Underwood.


2D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, June 9, 2019

Heritage Honors 2019

4th Grade Step-Up: front row, from left, Sidney Varlamoff, Sam Watts, Elaine Abbott, Gavin Cuaresma, Harvier Houston-Delacruz, Steven Hannon, Mac Markel, Vivien Morenzi, Van Hutcherson, Livy Chambers, Aarav Kadam, Kaylee Cotton, Cassidy Oxford, Alli Wang and Sammy T. Voyce; back row, Evee Mathews, Braeden Jenkins, Aryan Dhungel, Lilly Downs, Hayden Armstrong, Joel Hammond, Anna Fortner, Bryce Edmondson, Kalden Dusseau, Starr Maddox, Jaye Katz, Clint Pardue, Mattie Mitchell, Caroline Mitchell, Raegan Yuill and Ila Pass; not pictured, Addy Rogin.

Headmaster's Award: from left, Grace Lyle and Kristin Skelly.

Johnston Bowl: from left, Robert E. Johnston and Henry Arnall.

Rotary Cup: from left, Otis Jones III and Gridley Pendergrast


Sunday, June 9, 2019  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 3D

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Congratulations Graduating Class Of 2019! It may have been a few years (okay, maybe more than a few), but we remember what it’s like to finish high school, ready and excited to start the next chapter of life. We’re proud of you. We celebrate with you.

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4D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, June 9, 2019

Heritage Honors 2019

8th Grade Step-Up Ceremony: front row, from left, Brady Bergum, Courtney Huynh, Zofia Smith, Lilly Collins, Alex Knight, Eden Barker, Hudson Daughtrey, Lily Goodson, Matthew Morenzi and Henry Wilgus; second row, Lauren Johnson, Rees Poulakos, Sebastian Hidalgo, Anne Bentley Smith, Bob Collins, Ellis Coggin, Martha Minor and Morgan McDonald; third row, Eve Barker, Charlotte Whitley, Elle Hutcherson, Thomas Zamora, Lendy Johnston, Adam Richards, Mack Mikko, Anna Brillanti and Emma Huberty-Renno; back row, Andie Scruggs, Rosemary Griffies, Eli Fitzgerald, Garrett McGee, Lynsey Rasnake, Myles Tambro, Jamal Chandler-Fuller and Jack Butler; not pictured, Omar Abdelall, Micha Alba, John Michael Carter, Livi Cranford, Ardis Fleming, Rodney Hill, Shane Jones, Kaitlyn Lackey, Sophie Mehta, Molly Meuninck, Shane Slattery, Bennett Spencer and Mason Turner.


Sunday, June 9, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 5D

Heritage Honors 2019

AJC Cup: from left, Brooke Martin and Wright Arnall.

Chip Connally Scholarship: from left, Sally Love Connally and Hershall Smith.

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Sunday, June 9, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 7D

Heritage Honors 2019

French Middle School Award: from left, Renae Bready and Lily Goodson.

Instrumental Music Award: from left, John Cummins and Doug Kees; not pictured, Sam Lewis. Newnan Junior Service League Scholarship: from left, Allie Gable and Tricia Underwood.

Middle School Leadership Award: from left, Mack Mikko and Zofia Smith.

Upper School Math Award: from left, Alice Xu and Dorothy Rich.

Omni Awards: from left, Robert Johnston and Cate Yancey.

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8D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, June 9, 2019

Heritage Honors 2019

Abby’s Angels Foundation Scholarship: from left, Natalie Bacho, Wright Arnall and Steve Bacho.

Art Award: from left, Ellis McIntire, Katie Valladares, Emma Renno and Sara Arnall.

Arete Award: from left, Griggs Smith, Sam Knight and Lauren Johnson; not pictured, Alaina Alba.


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10D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, June 9, 2019

Heritage Honors 2019

Basketball Team State Championship Rings: front row, from left, Patrick Griffies, Grant Evans, Gridley Pendergrast and Kasen Jennings; second row, Joab Jerome, Lance Terry, Henry Arnall, Connor Thompson and Chelsea Adams; back row, Dylan McLean, Ebe Dowuona and Reece Overholt.

English Awards: from left, Amanda Sheppard, Brooke Martin and Bob Collins.

Faculty Inspiration Award: from left, Jason Short, Don Brown and Amanda Sheppard.

Georgia Merit Scholars: from left, Koby Lord, Sovi Wellons and Daniel Wellons.

Hawk Award: from left, Brandon Scruggs, Tommy Amoroso and Zofia Smith

Latin Awards: from left, Koby Lord, Kim Tiernan and Bob Collins.

Spanish Awards: from left, Sovi Wellons, Jacquie Bordon and Morgan McDonald.


Sunday, June 9, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 11D

Heritage Honors 2019

Newnan Times-Herald Award: from left, Tommy Amoroso and Lance Terry.

PE Award: from left, Tommy Amoroso and Brianna Eckert.

Middle School Science Award: from left, Julia Thompson and Bob Collins.

Rachel Marie Hamil Award: from left, Dorothy Rich and Tricia Underwood.

Robert C. Davis Scholarship: from left, Grace Lyle and Candler Budd.

SGA Gavel Award: from left, Tricia Underwood and Kim Arnall.

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Technology Award: from left, Amanda Sheppard and Tina Abbott.

Tyler Henson Memorial Scholarship: from left, Otis Jones and Emily Walker.

Kiwanis Science Award: from left, Amanda Sheppard and Mike Exner.


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Sunday, June 9, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 13D

Heritage Honors 2019

2019 Graduates: front row, from left, Frances Powell, Amanda Sheppard, Savanna Sambdman and Carissa Vazquez; second row, Alice Xu, Emily Cushing, Adria Pierce, Tricia Underwood, Katie Valladares, Andrea Caceres, Kelly Fairbanks and Grace Lyle; third row, Cole Hellwig, Xiyao Chen, Patrick Griffies, Peter Nell, Robert Johnston, Griffin Martin, Matthew Everett, Parker Uglum and Lydia Polley; fourth row, Alex Xue, Charlie Minor, Wright Arnall, Andrew Vazquez, Henry Arnall, Chandler Geerlings, Jack Stanley, Max Gonzalez and Jason Short; back row, Lance Terry, Dylan McLean, Gridley Pendergrast, Hays Johnston, Riley Scruggs, Jack Hunt, Thomas Crymes, Ben Carnazzo, Taaseen Khan and Gray Burkhart.

Infinity Award: from left, Riley Scruggs and Tommy Amoroso.

Drama Award:from left, Candler Budd, Isabella Siegel, Rowan Carter, Mary Patten Poulakos and Karen Hurd.

The Heartfelt Foundation Memorial College Scholarship: from left, Otis Jones and Gridley Pendergrast.

French Upper School Award: from left, Alice Browning and Katherine Thomas.

Ken Fetter Memorial Award: from left, Gina Watkiss and Tricia Underwood.


14D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, June 9, 2019

Heritage Honors 2019

Kiwanis Scholarship: from left, Gridley Pendergrast and Mike Exner.

Kiwanis Key Club Leadership Award: from left, Tricia Underwood and Mike Exner.

Carolyn and Guy Arnall Scholarship: from left, Kirby Arnall and Ebe Dowuona; not pictured, Wyatt Anderson.

Kiwanis Arts Award: from left, Alice Xu and Mike Exner. Coweta Hall of Fame Scholarship: from left, Otis Jones and Wright Arnall.

Hamilton C. Arnall Award: from left, Kirby Arnall and Tricia Underwood.

Georgia Bone and Joint Scholarship: from left, Trevor Turner and Taaseen Khan.

Upper School Science Award: from left, Amanda Sheppard and Alden Marchman.


Sunday, June 9, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 15D

Heritage Honors 2019

Wellesley College Book Award: from left, Sovi Wellons and Frank Marchman.

Yale Book Award: from left, Reece Overholt and Eric Larsen.

Upper School Social Studies Award: from left, Martha Lynn Mitchell and Nick Blair.

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Technology Award: from left, Amanda Sheppard and Tina Abbott.

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16D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, June 9, 2019

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