Sunday, May 12, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 1D
Northgate High School
Student honors 2019
• Photos of scholarship recipients • 2019 Northgate High School award presentations • Photos of 2019 honors graduates • A letter to seniors from Principal Ken Kesselring
Northgate High School Student Honors 2019 Published by The Newnan Times-Herald Sunday, May 12, 2019
Photos by Anthony Oresteen From left are valedictorian Samuel Pfliger and salutatorian Morgan Robertson
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NGHS Honors 2019
Front, from left, valedictorian Samuel Pfliger and salutatorian Morgan Robertson; second row, from left, Sue Brown and Beth Barnett; third row, from left, Amy Dees, Dr. Marc Guy and Larry Robertson; back, from left, Dr. Steve Barker, Winston Dowdell and Frank Farmer.
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NGHS Honors 2019
Distinguished Young Women of Newnan Coweta Scholarship: Front, Ashley Dombrowski, Morgan Miller and Samantha Morrison; back, Kristi Fenninger and Felicia Hand; not pictured, Kennedy Eltz.
Can’t Never Could Scholarship: From left, presenter Amy Boren, recipients Emma Ballew and Cameron Cruver, and presenter Ryan Brooks.
Dale J. Krach Memorial Scholarship: From left, recipient Meredith Rielly and presenter Dr. Eric Fiske.
Hunter Scarbrough Leadership Scholarship: From left, presenter Joni Scarbrough, recipient Ian Meeks, recipient Olivia Sims, presenter Todd Scarbrough.
Northgate High School Star Student: Front, star student John Bronzi; second row, from left, Sue Brown and Beth Barnett; third row, from left, Amy Dees, Dr. Marc Guy and Larry Robertson; back, from left, Dr. Steve Barker, Winston Dowdell and Frank Farmer.
Kiwanis Club of White Oak Golden K Scholarship: From left, recipient Unissa Suarez and presenter Frank Reece.
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NGHS Honors 2019
Coweta County Farm Bureau Scholarship: From left, recipient Declan Gresham and presenter Leah Blessitt.
Lavinia Barron Rosenzweig Scholarship for the Advancement of the Arts: From left, recipient Garrett Liles and presenter Marie Umbach.
Old Town Sharpsburg Garden Club Scholarship: From left, presenter Carla Kane, recipient Kristina Latham and presenter Gail Ericsson.
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Optimist Club of Senoia Scholarship: From left, recipient Fallon Carleo and presenter Linda Loomis.
Kiwanis Club of White Oak NGHS Key Club Scholarship: From left, recipient Hannah Bright and presenter Frank Reece.
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NGHS Honors 2019
Orchettes Civic Club Scholarship and Jasmine Club Scholarship: From left, presenter Margaret Thompson, recipient Alaurea Paige and presenter Pastor Sara Brooks.
Newnan-Fairburn Kappa Alpha Psi Scholarship: Front, recipient Morgan Robertson. Second row, from left, presenters Reginald Williams, Larry Satterwhite and Brannon Jones. Third row, from left, Will Grimes and Jeff Robinson. Back, Martisse Troup.
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Harold R. Williams Memorial Scholarship: Front, recipient Charlotte Ingram; second row, from left, presenters Reginald Williams, Larry Satterwhite and Brannon Jones; third row, from left, Will Grimes and Jeff Robinson. Back, Martisse Troup.
Coweta Fayette Trust Melissa Segars Memorial Scholarship: From left, presenter David Thompson, recipient Taylor Briggs and presenter Lynn Coggins.
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NGHS Honors 2019
Theta Lambda Lambda Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Scholarship: From left, recipient Cameron Cruver and presenter John W. Kirkland.
Coweta Sports Hall of Fame Johnny Brown Scholarship: From left, recipient Emily Dozier and presenter Hugh Farmer.
Kingdom Connected Ministries International Scholarship: From left, recipient Karsyn Burdette, presenter Amber Harris and recipient Olivia Sims.
NGHS World Languages Scholarship: From left, recipient Ian Meeks and presenter Sarah Ortega.
Coweta County Master Gardeners’ Scholarship: From left recipient Ashley Dombrowski, presenter Dan Gentry and recipient Kristina Latham.
National Beta Club Scholarship and Georgia Scholars Recognition: From left, recipient Ashley Dombrowski and presenter Ashley Wilkes.
NGHS Beta Club Scholarships: From left, recipient Mary Golden, presenter Brian Carson and recipient Olivia Sims.
Wi-Band Civic and Social Club and Emerald-Lites Scholarships: From left, recipient Alaurea Paige and presenter Kelvin Thompson.
Newnan Baptist Usher Scholarship: From left, recipient Dexter Matthews and presenter Henrietta Callaway.
Starburst Awards: From left, recipient Sam Jennings, presenter Allyson Harper and recipient Alex Johnson.
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NGHS Honors 2019
AP Scholar Awards: From left, front, Donte Dwight, Sylvia Grimm, Emma Ballew and Mallory Jackson; second row, Carley Schnable, Sophie Brinkley and Natalia Blooming; third row, Michael Nelson, Mary Higgins, Gabriela Blooming and Coby Washo; back, William Bakken, Maxwell Morlan, Wade Pickett and Austin Devos; not pictured, Dean Feldbush, Brandon Miley and Mya Mollner.
AP Scholars with Distinction: Front, from left, Abdulrahman Tabbaa, Morgan Robertson, and Kaitlyn Maita; second row, from left, John Bronzi and Ashley Dombrowski; third row, from left, Alex Wathen, Caleb Becker and Jack Heatherman; back, from left, Samuel Pfliger, Noah Kvidt and Grant Klone; not pictured, Nathan Phillips and Samuel Thorne.
NGHS Band Booster Scholarships: From left, recipient Ashley Kangas, presenter Alan Armstrong, recipient Paul Armitage and presenter Walter Hill.
Newnan Coweta Art Association Scholarships: From left, recipient Unissa Sarez, presenter Margo Merrifield and recipient Kelsey Bedwell.
NGHS Math Club Gerald Jones Scholarship: From left, recipient Natalie Cobb and presenter Lauren Smith.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Phi Pi Omega Chapter Scholarship: From left, recipient Morgan Robertson and presenter Alicia Ramsay.
Wind Beneath My Wings Scholarship: From left, recipient Jamie Kerr and presenter Sara Brooks.
Georgia Bone and Joint Scholarship: From left, recipient Declan Gresham and presenter Dr. Jeremy Holbrook.
Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals LifeTouch Award: From left, recipient Ian Meeks and presenter Michelle Hutcheson.
Pilot Club of Newnan Healthcare Scholarship: From left, recipient Eric Henderson and presenter Kate Caswell.
Sunday, May 12, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald â€” 11D
NGHS Honors 2019
United States Marine Corps Distinguished Student Awards: From left, front Distinguished Athlete Awards recipients Emily Dozier and Matthew Henderson; second row, Scholastic Excellence Awards recipients Alex Johnson and Carley Schnable; third row, Semper Fidelis Awards recipients Ashley Kangas and Jacob McAllister; back, presenter SSG Randall Hoyle.
NGHS Academic Bowl Scholarship: From left, recipients Caleb Becker, Jack Heatherman, Kaitlyn Maita and presenter Sherry Taylor.
Soles for Cole Scholarship: From left, front recipients Taylor Briggs and Harim Echalar; back, presenters Kinsie Carroll, Luke Ayers, Melissa Lane and Anne Lee.
Governorâ€™s Honors Program Participants: From left, Ashlyn Carney, Jack Heatherman, Davis McIntire, Sam Pfliger and presenter Alicia Ramsay.
NGHS Journalism and Creative Writing Scholarship: From left, recipient Emily Dozier, presenter Sherry Taylor and recipient Michelle McGrath.
AP Scholars with Honor Awards: From left, Alex Johnson, Megan Czerwinski and Davis McIntire. Not pictured, Chase Moore.
Neweta NANBPW Scholarship: From left, recipient Alaurea Paige, presenter Radeidre Hill and recipient Morgan Robertson.
Alpha Delta Kappa Chi Chapter Emily Sealy Scholarship for Future Teachers: From left, recipient Madison Maiden and presenter Jane Duenckel.
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Sunday, May 12, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald â€” 13D
NGHS Honors 2019
Kiwanis Club of Newnan Scholarship: From left, recipient Mary Golden and presenter Mike Exner.
Kiwanis Club of Newnan Senior Art and Science Awards: From left, recipient Rachelle Hoffman and presenter Mike Exner. Not pictured, recipient Donte Dwight.
Newnan Coweta Board of Realtors Scholarship: From left, recipients Marlayna Cromedy and Kristina Latham.
Kiwanis Club of Newnan Key Club Leadership Award: From left, recipient Reagan Sparks and presenter Mike Exner.
Newnan Chapter #483, Order of the Eastern Star Scholarship: From left, presenter Linda Smith, recipient Charlotte Ingram and presenter Jewell Moore.
Dâ€™Tori Crawford Scholarships: From left, recipient Dexter Matthews and presenter Regina Boston.
Alpha Delta Kappa Ruth Witcher Scholarship for Future Teachers: From left, recipient Mary Golden and presenter Jane Duenckel.
Eli Holland Scholarship: From left, presenter Ginger Holland, recipient Mary Kate Patafio and presenter Elexis Holland.
Patrons of the Centre Scholarships: From left, Richard Brooks Scholarship recipient Paul Armitage, Harriett Owens Alexander Scholarship recipient Selma Bormann, Richard Brooks Scholarship recipient Morgan Miller, Wynn Handeman Scholarship recipient Samantha Morrison and presenter JoAnn Ray.
West Georgia Technical College Local Board Scholarship: From left, recipient Skylar King and presenter Michelle Hutcheson.
14D — The Newnan Times-Herald | Sunday, May 12, 2019
NGHS Honors 2019
NGHS Honor, Beta, Gifted, National Honor Society, and STEM Graduates: From left, front, Billy Guilot, Jade Zuccala, Rachelle Hoffman, Kristen Middlebrooks, Taylor Briggs, Kristina Latham, Ashlyn Carney, Hannah Lawson, Adyson Hughes, Erin Olguin, Sylvia Grimm, Alyson Scruggs, Morgan Robertson, Sam Pfliger, Mallie Potter, Olivia Walker, Amelia Hennum, Katelin LaFond, Sarah Brummett, Jessica Swansbrough, Angie Rodriguez, Unnisa Suarez, Caleb Becker and Alex Johnson; second row, Nick Metcalf-Scire, Max Gabbard, Amanda McKnight, Cassidy Zellner, Joannah Strickland, Jamie Sheets, Madison Maiden, Lina Benson, Alyssa Torres, Victoria Claps, Sophie Brinkley, Morgan Miller, Samantha Morrison, Mary Golden, Emma Ballew, Daniel Ivan, Shawn Ragan, Abdul Tabbaa, Jacob McCallister, Cheyenne Cox, Chloe Bango, Silvia Thompson, Ashley Kangas, Carly Schnable, Anna Christensen and Marlayna Cromedy; third row, Brandon Molina, AJ Moser, Davis McIntire, Donte Dwight, Courtney Buck, Trevor Meadows, Nicholas Shanks, Hyatt Higginbotham, Reagan Sparks, Hannah Bright, Mallory Jackson, Hannah Thomas, Atlantis Thompson, Alaurea Paige, Kaitlyn Maita, Alexa Mans, Sam Jennings, Kasey Stanley, Kennedie Dooley, Kathryn Sanders, Selma Bormann, Ericka Ciminnisi, Hailey Smith, Jefferson Page, Ethan Bryant and Mary Higgins; fourth row, Jack Heatherman, Declan Gresham, Dylan Peek, Keshav Laul, Nathan Phillips, Saxon LeFebvre, Grant Bakken, Michael Nelson, Garrett Liles, Paul Armitage, Kaela Busby, Rhaynae Lloyd, Gabriela Blooming, Harim Echalar, Hannah Minix, Stephen Hess, Payton Gaston, Sarah Cook, Annalise Estes, Sawyer Chaffin, Matthew Fincher, Jacob Miller, Michelle McGrath, Allison Joyce, Chandler Cao, Josiah Henderson, Cole McKeehan and Caleb Bray; back, Sam Wessells, Jesse Martin, Ian Meeks, Mason Smith, Dalton Brooks, Robert Smith, Matthew Henderson, Eric Henderson, John Bronzi, Will Sachs, Trinity Thompson, Natalia Blooming, Julia Taylor, Korie Doster, Courtney Dimperio, Olivia Sims, Will Falkenberry, Karsyn Burdette, Maggee Chang, Meredith Rielly, Emily Dozier, Noah Kvidt, Wade Pickett, Alex Wathen, Grant Klone, Cole Whitetree, Megan Czerwinski, Maxwell Morlan, Darren Kirkley, Jonathan Staples and Nichal Johnson; not Pictured, Katelin Alsworth-Elvey, Tyler Bake, Nicholas Bentley, Chandler Boyd, Julian Bryant, Jake Carson, Holly Clark, Christian Contreras-Esquen, Gwenyth Cook, Dylan Dalton, Ashley Dombrowski, Alyssa Duncan, Kennedy Eltz, Joelle Erwin, Autumn Fisher, Mia Fisher, Jonah French, Brielle Geres, Julia Hauser, Rebecca Huster, Erin Hutton, Charlotte Ingram, Gabrielle Klein, Caleb Knobloch, Danelle Kronlein, Keaton Lamb, Ethan Lykins, Mya Mollner, Chase Moore, John Murray, Luke Oliveira, Reeves Patterson, Tori Phillips Lacee Pinkelman, Austin Reed, Jonathan Reed, Connell Rich, Emma Robertson, Erika Robnett, Thomas Rowlinson, Kendall Russ, Jessica Salter, Nicholas Seitz, Savannah Spiers, Jacob Stout, Cori Terry, Ahmed Thomas, Samuel Thorne, Coby Washo, Margaret Wendelburg and Cameron Williams.
Abby’s Angels Foundation Scholarship: From left, presenter Stephen Bacho, recipient Caleb Becker and presenter Natalie Bacho.
United States Army Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarships: From left, presenter SSG Zachary Emory, recipients William Guilot and Jacob McAllister.
University of Pittsburgh US Army ROTC Scholarship: From left, presenter SSG Zachary Emory and recipient William Guilot.
Chapter AZ/P.E.O. Coweta County Citizenship Award: From left, presenter Judy Schroeder, recipient Kaela Busby and presenter Kim Poolos.
United States Merchant Marine Academy Appointment and Scholarship: From left, presenter Col. Arthur Davenport, recipient Stephen Hess and Presenter LT Anthony Chase.
Pearls of Vision Foundation of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Scholarship: From left, recipient Cameron Cruver and presenter Alicia Ramsay.
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NGHS Honors 2019
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16D â€” The Newnan Times-Herald |â€‰ Sunday, May 5, 2019
NGHS Honors 2019
Newnan Shrine Club Scholarship: From left, presenter Maggie Horne, recipient Declan Gresham and presenter Scott Horne.
Georgia Certificate of Merit Awards: From left, front, Meagan Ryan, Katharine Wisenbaker, Anna Copeland and Anna Poole; second row, Sydney Bruce, Andrea Mancia, Amanda Walters and Elisa Lotter; third row, Kaitlyn Smith, Kaley Clarke, Hannah Kepes and Grace Warren; fourth row, Sam Folsom, Mason Takvorian, Nathaniel Troemel and Logan White; back, Logan Payne, Christopher Pinaud, Evan Wilson and Luke Hanks; not pictured, Grayson Storey.
Rotary Club of Newnan Rotary Cup and Scholarship: From left, recipient Ian Meeks and presenter Dean Jackson.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Scholarship: From left, recipient Morgan Roberston and presenter Meagan Ogletree.
National Merit Scholarship Finalist: From left, recipient John Bronzi and presenter Jacqueline Jones.
Atlanta Journal Constitution Cup Award: From left, recipient Alex Johnson and presenter Eric Fiske.
DAR Award: From left, recipient Olivia Sims and presenter Kelly Schettini.
Newnan Junior Service League Scholarship: From left, recipient Kaitlyn Maita and presenter Kristy Bass.
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NGHS Honors 2019
Kaela Busby: LaGrange College Founders Scholarship for $60,000, the LaGrange College Grant for $11,200 and the LaGrange College Caswell Endowed Scholarship for $14,000.
Matthew Henderson: Shorter University Presidential Scholarship for $65,248 and Shorter University Baptist Association Scholarship for $2,000.
Garrett Liles: Jacksonville State University Gamecock Traditions Scholarship for $32,000 and Jacksonville State University Band Scholarship for $12,000.
Madison Maiden: Berry College Academic Scholarship for $72,000.
Cassidy May: Faulkner University Merit Award for $24,000 and the Faulkner University Choral Scholarship for $8,000.
Eric Henderson: Shorter University Faculty Scholarship for $24,000, Shorter University Excellence Scholarship for $16,000, Shorter University Baptist Association Scholarship for $2,000 and Shorter University Sibling Scholarship for $4,000.
Samantha Morrison: Oglethorpe University Meredith Rielly: University Presidential Scholarship for of Evansville Faculty Schol- $84,000, Oglethorpe Uniarship for $80,000, Univer- versity Vocal Music Scholarship for $4,000, Oglethosity of Evansville Scholar rpe University Grant for Day Award for $2,000 and the University of Evansville $4,000 and the OglethoAcademic Alumni Scholar- rpe University Flagship 50 Award for $2,300. ship for $800.
Olivia Sims: Samford University Academic Scholarship for $53,200, Samford University Leadership Scholarship for $8,000 and Samford University Legacy Scholarship for $4,000.
Paul Armitage: Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Premier Young Artist Award for $48,000, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Academic Excellence Award for $32,000 and Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Supplemental Award.
Ashlyn Carney: Berry College Academic Scholarship for $72,000.
Dalton Brooks: LaGrange College Tower Scholarship for $56,000 and the LaGrange College Grant for $22,400.
Rebecca Huster: Mercer University Scholarship for $68,000.
Wade Pickett: Middle Tennessee State University Trustee Scholarship for $20,000 and First Baptist Church of Newnan Scholarship for $500.
Rhaynae Lloyd: Furman University Bell Tower Scholarship for $40,000 and the Furman University Grant for $131,208.
Ashley Dombrowski: University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Science Scholarship for $2,000 and University of Georgia Charter Scholarship for $8,000.
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