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Honors Day and Graduation Inside: ■ Photos from Honors Day
■ 2013 Heritage award
■ Photos of 2013 honor
■ A letter to seniors from
Head of School James P. Watson
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Honors photos by Jeﬀ Leo The Heritage School Class of 2013 Salutatorian Candler Rich and Valedictorian Laura Perdomo.
• Sunday, June 9, 2013
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Upper School math teacher Darrell Comfort presented the Upper School Math Award to Candler Rich, right. A Special Math Award was presented to senior Donald Breyne, left.
Middle School Science Awards were presented to Mary Helen Jeffreys and Hamp Carter by science teacher Mike Exner.
Middle School Leadership Awards were presented to Harper Minor and McCullough Burns by Middle School Division Director Rusty Evans.
Middle and Upper School Art Awards were presented to, from left, eighth grader Catherine Heindel and seniors Hannah Smith and Kent Edwards. Pictured with the recipients is Upper School art teacher and Heritage alum David Boyd Jr., second from right.
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High Honors, Fifth Grade — Fifth graders making High Honors for the 2012-2013 school year at The Heritage School are, from left, front row, Jacob Rochester, Andrew Vo, Hershall Smith, Branch Burns, Daniel Wellons and Camden Trammell; second row, Sovi Wellons, Emily Walker, Katherine Thomas, Olivia Ayers, Cate Yancey, Alice Naughton, Peyton Knight, Caroline Dieckmann, Lili Clark and Jordan Rineer. The Jefferson Cup, which is awarded to the student in each grade with the highest grade point average, was presented to fifth grader Sovi Wellons. Not pictured is Gray Barbee.
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The Upper School English Award was presented to Cara Stechmann by Upper School English teacher Brooke Martin.
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High Honors, Sixth Grade — Sixth graders at The Heritage School making High Honors for the 2012-2013 school year were recognized at honors day May 30. They are, from left, front row, Gridley Pendergrast, Tricia Underwood, Taaseen Khan, Emily Cushing and Tripp Markel; second row, Gray Burkhart, Robert Johnston Thomas Crymes, Sam Martin and Patrick Matistic; third row, Jack Hunt and Hayes Johnston. The Jefferson Cup, which is awarded to the student in each grade with the highest grade point average, was presented to sixth grader Taaseen Khan. Not pictured: Jack Stanley, Emily Kate Thompson and Gracie Walker.
The Omni Award was presented to seniors Garrett Jones and Carrie Riley by the Head of The Heritage School, J.P. Watson. The Heritage School faculty selects a panel of finalists, and Upper School students vote by secret ballot for one girl and one boy. The criteria for the Omni Award are: setting a good example for others, compassion for others, outstanding scholarship, participation in school activities, and being representative of all for which The Heritage School stands.
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The Middle School Social Studies Award was presented to Michael Griffin by Middle School social studies teacher Don Brown.
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High Honors, Seventh Grade — Seventh graders at The Heritage School making High Honors for the 2012-2013 school The Middle School Math Award was presented year are, from left, front row, Catherine Hallman, Kaitie Cox, Miki Patel, Isabelle Harris and Sealy Dreyer; second row, to Harper Minor by Heritage math teacher Susan Mitchell NeSmith, Hunt Thomas, Allie Browning, Jim Barber and Liam Walker; third row, Cole Ayers. The Jefferson Cup, Dieckmann. awarded to the student in each grade with the highest grade point average, was presented to seventh grader Miki Patel. Not pictured: Jaina Eckert, Sahil Gaulani, Nicole Heilbrunn and Ean Lawrence.
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The Carolyn and Guy Arnall Scholarship was presented to Jake Smith by former Board Trustee and Heritage alum Kirby Arnall.
The Middle School English Award was presented to Cole Beckwith Rountree by Middle School English teacher Susan Heard.
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High Honors, Eighth Grade — Eighth graders at The Heritage School making High Honors were recognized at honors day May 30 at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts. They include, from left, front row, Helena Wright, Ashley Wood, Hembree Monk, Cole Beckwith Rountree, Harper Minor and Gabrielle McCammack; second row, Mary Helen Jeffreys, Michaela Cushing, Catherine Heindel, Kate Jones and Nicole Herman; third row, Michael Griffin, Caleb Perry and Hamp Carter. The Jefferson Cup, which is awarded to the student in each grade with the highest grade point average, was presented to eighth grader Cole Beckwith Rountree.
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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Cup was presented to Joe Bonner by Upper School English teacher and college counselor Brooke Martin.
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Diligence in Athletics Awards were presented to, from left, Ansley Dieckmann, Chase Evans, Michaela Cushing, Tyler Nix, Harper Minor and Ryan Blackstone by, front, Heritage Athletic Director and Upper School Division Director Ron Rineer.
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The Upper School French Award was presented to Laura Perdomo by Upper School French teacher and Heritage alumna Alice Browning.
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The Middle School Spanish Award was presented to Mary Helen Jeffreys by Middle School Spanish teacher Don Brown.
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The Heritage School Class of 2013 College Matriculations From STAFF REPORTS email@example.com
Tyler Bean - Undecided Sarah Berks - Wesleyan College Joe Bonner - Tulane University Honors Program Donald Breyne - Georgia Southern University Luke Crook - Georgia Southern University Jeffrey Cullen-Dean - Elon University Ben Dudley - Millsaps College Will Duke - University of Colorado Richard Ebersbach University of Georgia
Kent Edwards - Savannah College of Art & Design Shepherd Furrh - Georgia Southern University Kylie Isaac - University of Georgia Honors College Tyler Jagt - Berry College Garrett Jones - Auburn University Cooper Martin - Georgia Southern University Daniel Martin - Davidson College Elizabeth Massenberg Kennesaw State University Patrick McKee - University of Georgia
Chris Moore - Georgia Southern University Grant NeSmith - University of South Carolina Tyler Nix - Georgia Southwestern State University Alexis Pappas - Gap Year Chase Parker - Gap Year Grayson Parker - University of Georgia Laura Perdomo - Yale University Greta Pfundt - Georgia Institute of Technology Sam Pulsipher - Brigham Young University at Idaho
Carrie Riley - Mercer University Lindsey Sherrod - Mercer University Elliott Smith - Auburn University Hannah Smith - Savannah College of Art & Design Cara Stechmann - Emory University Austin Steele - University of Georgia Joe Sterrey - Bryant University Seth Stewart - Georgia Southwestern University
Candler Rich - Yale University
The Heritage School Class of 2013 College Acceptances From STAFF REPORTS firstname.lastname@example.org Agnes Scott College Auburn University (9) Baylor University Berry College (3) Birmingham Southern College (3) Brigha m Young University at Hawaii Brigham Young University at Idaho Brown University Bryant University Clemson University Colgate University College of Charleston (2) Colorado State University Davidson College Denver University Drake University Duke University East Georgia College Eckerd College Elon University (2) Emory University Full Sail University Georgetown University Georgia College & State University (2) Georgia Institute of Technology (6) Georgia Southern University (11) Georg ia Sout her n Un iversit y Honors College G e or g i a S out hwe s ter n St ate University Georgia State University Georgia State University Honors College (2) Harvard University Hobart & William Smith College Kennesaw State University (2) Mercer University (9) Mercer University Honors College Millsaps College Mississippi State University (2) Oxford College at Emor y University Ringling College of Art & Design Rollins College (2) Samford University Savannah College of Art & Design (2) Southern Union State College St. John's University Stetson University Sweet Briar College
The University of the South (3) Tulane University Honors College Tulane University University of Alabama (5) University of Colorado (2) University of Denver (2) University of Georgia (7) University of Georgia Honors College (4) University of Hawaii University of Kansas University of Kentucky University of Mississippi (4) University of Mississippi Honors College (2) University of North Carolina
University of South Carolina University of Tulsa University of West Georgia (2) Valdosta State University (5) Virginia Military Institute Wake Forest University (2) Wesleyan College Wofford College (4) Yale University (2) Young Harris College
Allison Sullivan - Georgia State University Areeb Syed - Georgia Institute of Technology Cheney Thomasson University of Mississippi, McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College Will Thompson - Georgia Institute of Technology Caleb Vaughn - University of Colorado Jessica Wright - University of Georgia Mackenzie York - Georgia Institute of Technology.
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Fourth grade step up, celebrating promotion to the Middle School division — From left, front row, Sydney Alexander, Charltyn Hannon, Simran Khutliwala, Christina Kim, Julia Smolinski, Emelia-Rose Engel, Sophia Grace Stemberger, Taylor Johnson and Sara Short; second row, Genna Gentry, Lily Meuninck, Rebecca Watson, Genevieve Richards, Charlotte Prater, Maggie Rivers, Faye Decker, Andrea Sebetka, Jameson Truitt and Isabella Siegel; third row, Steven Slappey, Andrew Rich, Jay Chapman, Aubrey Frambes, Winn Johnston, David Browning, Cole Owens and Zane Mehta; fourth row, Sim Rhodes, Beau Martin, John Cummins, Banks Coggin, Matthew Hill and Worth Burkhart. Not pictured: Sam Lewis, Royal Minor and Lee Underwood.
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Candler Rich, left, Salutatorian, and Laura Perdomo, center, Valedictorian, are pictured with Head of School J.P. Watson the night of graduation for the Class of 2013 of The Heritage School, held at the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts.
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Eighth grade step up, celebrating promotion to The Heritage School’s Upper School division — Front row, from left, Bekah Henson, Whitney Brown, Haley Hall, Catherine Heindel, Janey Rose Spragins, Harper Minor, Gabrielle McCammack, Lou Pfundt and Gina Brillanti; second row, Hembree Monk, Cole Beckwith Rountree, Bella Engel, Monique Renaud, Ashley Wood, Madison Loyd, Grace Gilbert, Mary Helen Jeffreys, Michaela Cushing, Lauren Wheat and Kate Jones; third row, Kirby Arnall, McCullough Burns, Nicole Herman, Autumn Rochester, Michael Griffin, Helena Wright, Margaret Harrison, Graham Newman and Jake Trammell; fourth row, Hamp Carter, Ryan Blackstone, Will Haugen, Chase Evans, Jay Macke, Caleb Perry, Patrick Pitzer, Ben Matistic and Chase Shuman. Not pictured: Madeline Cole, Edie Haugen, Tommy Nell, Taylor Morris, Hamp Smith, Carlisle Taylor and Sullivan Wilkins.
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The Heritage School Class of 2013 — From left, front row, Alexis Pappas, Greta Pfundt, Lindsey Sherrod, Cheney Thomasson, Hannah Smith, Laura Perdomo, Jessica Wright, Sarah Berks and Carrie Riley; second row, Patrick McKee, Kylie Isaack, Mackenzie York, Allison Sullivan, Chase Parker, Elizabeth Massenburg, Cara Stechmann and Grant NeSmith; third row, Elliott Smith, Richard Ebersbach, Will Duke, Tyler Nix, Candler Rich, Joe Bonner, Will Thompson, Daniel Martin and Donald Breyne; fourth row, Garrett Jones, Cooper Martin, Caleb Vaughn, Kent Edwards, Areeb Syed, Austin Steele, Shepherd Furrh and Tyler Jagt; fifth row, Luke Crook, Ben Dudley, Chris Moore, Sam Pulsipher, Grayson Parker, Seth Stewart, Tyler Bean, Joe Sterrey and Jeffrey Cullen-Dean.
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Caleb Perry, an eighth grader this past year, was awarded a BP-GOAL Scholarship to attend The Heritage School for the 2012-2013 school year. The Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program’s BP-GOAL Scholars Fund awarded 15 scholarships, enabling qualifying students to attend Georgia private schools beginning in 2012-2013. BP and its Castrol subsidiary, longtime education supporters, have embarked on the new scholarship program to provide Georgia parents with more options for the education of their children.
Senior Cara Stechmann was honored as a 2013 Georgia Scholar by the Georgia Department of Education. The Georgia Scholar Program is an effort by the Georgia Department of Education to identify and recognize high school seniors who have achieved excellence in school and community life. The program is coordinated by the Office of School Improvement of the Georgia Department of Education through local coordinators in each public school system and private schools in the state.
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The Heritage School Headmaster’s Award was presented to Laura Perdomo by Head of School J.P. Watson the night of graduation for the Class of 2013.
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The Rotary Cup was presented to Candler Rich by Rotarian and chairman of The Heritage School Board of Trustees Otis Jones, III.
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High Honors, Ninth Grade — Ninth grade students at The Heritage School making High Honors were recognized at Honors Day. They are, from left, front row, Emma Meister, Ashli Alexander, Casey Harcourt, Kayla Rasnake, Jesse Gilpin, Zofia Powell, Madison Crymes, Michaela Haugen and Hallie Hunt; second row, Haydon Stanley, Gage Warren, A.J. Gainwell, Cole Jones and Chris Truong. The Jefferson Cup, which is awarded to the student in each grade with the highest grade point average, was presented to ninth grader Jesse Gilpin. Not pictured: Callista Eckert and Tom Pattiz.
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High Honors, Tenth Grade — Sophomores at The Heritage School making High Honors for the 2012-2013 school year are, from left, front, David Martin, Isa Gutierrez, Seraphina Lee, Tate Crymes and Cristina Couvillion. The Jefferson Cup, which is awarded to the student in each grade with the highest grade point average, was presented to sophomore Seraphina Lee.
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Kiwanis Awards for the Arts and Sciences were presented by Newnan Kiwanis Club member Cherie Bell to: front row, Seraphina Lee, Cristina Couvillion, Sarah Berks, Abbie Farr and Madison Crymes; second row, Easton Pal and Joe Bonner.
The Randolph College Book Award was presented to Madison Green by English teacher Brooke Martin.
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The Kiwanis Scholarship was presented The Hamilton C. Arnall Award was to Heritage student Laura Perdomo by presented to senior Joe Bonner by former Cherie Bell of the Newnan Kiwanis Club. Board Trustee and Heritage alum Kirby Arnall.
The 2013 Heritage Upper School Science Award was presented to Candler Rich by Upper School science teacher Gina Watkiss.
The Upper School Social Studies Award was presented to John Dean Uglum by Heritage Upper School social studies teacher Jeff Stuart.
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The Middle School P.E./Health Department Award was presented to Kirby Arnall by P.E./Health teacher Simone Dupree. The Upper School P.E./Health Department Award was presented to Tom Pattiz (not pictured).
Teacher Inspiration Awards were presented to Will Thompson and Kylie Isaack by Student Government Association sponsor and math teacher Dorothy Rich.
Georgia Certificates of Merit were presented to John Dean Uglum and Abbie Farr by Upper School English teacher and college counselor Brooke Martin. These students have also recently been notified that they qualify for National Merit Scholar status.
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Drama teacher Karrie Jones presented the Drama Student of the Year Award to senior Kylie Isaack and the Director’s Award to fourth grader Steven Slappey. This was the first time in the history of the school the Director’s Award has been presented to a Lower School student. Not pictured: The Technical Award was presented to Tripp Brown.
The Heritage School wishes to congratulate the class of 2013 graduates of our local high schools. Best wishes for a bright and promising future.
Mr. Guy C. Arnall, one of the founders of The Heritage School, was presented the Ken Fetter Memorial Contribution Award, honoring a member of The Heritage School community who demonstrates commitment to the school and students over and beyond the call of duty, by Student Government Association sponsor Dorothy Rich and SGA president Will Duke.
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The Upper School Choral Director’s Award was presented to Ben Dudley by choral music teacher Karen Hurd. The Choral Leadership Award was presented to Lindsey Sherrod.
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High Honors, Eleventh Grade — Eleventh graders at The Heritage School making High Honors for the 2012-2013 school year are, from left, Easton Pal, Varsha Reddy, Hayden Robinson, Abbie Farr, John Dean Uglum and Kelly Abrams.
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High Honors, Twelfth Grade — Seniors at The Heritage School making High Honors are, from left, front, Allison Sullivan, Cara Stechmann, Kylie Isaack, Laura Perdomo, Greta Pfundt, Carrie Riley, Mackenzie York and Sarah Berks; second row, Austin Steele, Candler Rich, Joe Bonner, Areeb Syed and Daniel Martin; third row, Joe Sterrey and Will Thompson. The Jefferson Cup, awarded to the student in each grade with the highest grade point average, was presented to senior Laura Perdomo.
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The Joan R. Pattiz Scholarship for Entrepreneurship was presented to Cheney Thomasson by Heritage alumni Will Pattiz.
1/3 to 2/3 the cost of traditional private schools Classroom interaction combined with the values of home education Accredited, fully-functioning school offering Core Classes + Electives + Student Activities Direct, off-campus parent involvement Professional teachers College simulated scheduling of classes Mastery level promotion Small class size – no more than 14 students per class Supported by the National Association of University-Model Schools
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A developing UNIVERSITY-MODEL SCHOOL® in Sharpsburg
Offering 1st - 5th Grades and expanding to 12th in the future
A Covenant Christian School
Students attend school on Tuesdays and Thursdays and work from home on alternating days
To learn more please visit www.legacy-prep.org, www.naums.net, or contact email@example.com Legacy Preparatory Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
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