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Sunday, June 11, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 1D

The Heritage School

Heritage Salutatorian Cole Beckwith Rountree, left, and Valedictorian Hamp Carter, right receive their awards from Head of School Kristin Skelly, center

• Photos of scholarship recipients • 2017 The Heritage School award presentations • Photos of 2017 honors award recipients • A letter to students from Headmaster Kristin Skelly

The Heritage School Student Honors 2017 Published by The Newnan Times-Herald Sunday, June 11, 2017

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2D — The Newnan Times-Herald | Sunday, June 11, 2017

The Heritage School Honors 2017

The Johnston Bowl: Recipient Harper Minor, left, and presenter Robert Edwin Johnston, Founding Trustee of The Heritage School

The Rotary Cup: Recipient Cole Beckwith Rountree, right, and presenter Otis F. Jones III, Past Chairman of the Board of Trustees for The Heritage School

The Headmaster’s Award: Recipient Hamp Carter, right, and presenter Kristin Skelly, Head of School

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Sunday, June 11, 2017  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 3D

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4D — The Newnan Times-Herald | Sunday, June 11, 2017

The Heritage School Honors 2017

English Award Upper School English Award winner Harper Minor, left, and presenter Christa McKasty

Art Awards: From left, presenter Ellis McEntire, Middle School winner Genevieve Richardson, Upper School winner Riley Minichowski and presenter Sara Arnall

Middle School English Award winner Sara Short, left, and presenter Katelyn Harrell

Foreign Language Awards – Latin: From left, presenter Renee Bready, Middle School winner Faye Decker, Upper School winner Cole Beckwith Rountree and presenter Kim Tiernan

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Sunday, June 11, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 5D

The Heritage School Honors 2017

Foreign Language Award – Middle School Spanish: From left, winner Sara Short, presenter Felipe Franca and winner Sydney Jordan

Foreign Language Award – Upper School French: Winner Gabrielle McCammack, left, and presenter Alice Browning

PE/Health Award: Middle School winner Graham Lyle, left, with presenter Simone Dupree

French Scholarship Award: From left, winner Marin Salisbury, presenter Renee Bready and Middle School French Award winner Jasrah Chandler-Fuller

Foreign Language Award – Upper School Spanish: Winner Edie Haugen, left, and presenter Laura Bowers

Exemplary Senior Project Award: Winner Alexia Darnell, and presenter Christa McKasty

Math Awards: From left, Middle School winner Lily Meuninck, presenter Dorothy Rich and Upper School winner Hamp Carter

PE/Health Award: Upper School winner Reece Overholt, left, with presenter Simone Dupree

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Sunday, June 11, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 7D

The Heritage School Honors 2017

GISA Morris C. Johnson Award: Winner Kara Groover, left, and presenter Derrick Clay

Science Awards: From left, presenter Gina Watkiss, Upper School winner Hamp Carter, Middle School winner John Cummins and presenter Karin Van

Hawk Award: From left, Upper School winner Chase Evans, presenter Rusty Evans and Middle School winner Genna Gentry

Kiwanis Arts Awards: From left, ninth grade winner Sovi Wellons, 10th grade winner Alice Xu, 11th grade winner Miki Patel, 12th grade winner Hamp Carter and presenter Mike Exner

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8D — The Newnan Times-Herald | Sunday, June 11, 2017

The Heritage School Honors 2017

ABOVE: Hamilton C. Arnall Award: Winner Ashley Wood, left, with presenter Kirby Arnall ’83. Not pictured, Carolyn and Guy Arnall Scholarship winner Jake Canter LEFT: Kiwanis Science Awards: From left, ninth grade winner Alice Naughton, 11th grade winner Sealy Dreyer, 12th grade winner Nicole Herman and presenter Mike Exner. Not pictured, 10th grade winner Grace Lyle

Music Award: Upper School Talons winners Austin Barberio, left,and McCullough Burns, right, with presenter Doug Kees, center

From left, Choral Director’s Award winner Michael Griffin, presenter Karen Hurd and Music Director’s Award winner Sullivan Dawson

Social Studies Award: Middle School winners David Brown, left, and Miki Patel, right, with presenter Nathan Watts, center

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10D — The Newnan Times-Herald | Sunday, June 11, 2017

The Heritage School Honors 2017

Ken Fetter Memorial Contribution Award: From left, Jake Trammell, Teri Price and LaToya Johnson

Arete Awards: From left, eighth-grade winner John Cummins, fifth-grade winner Susan Grayton Pass, Middle School Head Nathan Watts, sixth-grade winner Mack Mikko and seventh-grade winner Mary Claire Warren

Gavel awarded to Student Government Association President: Recipient Jake Trammell, left, and presenter LaToya Johnson

Infinity Award: From left, presenter Derrick Clay, winner Ryan Blackstone and Bart Henson

Coweta Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship: Winner Jay Macke, left, and presenter Otis F. Jones III

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Sunday, June 11, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 11D

The Heritage School Honors 2017

Newnan Junior Service League Scholarship: Winners Gabrielle McCammack, left, and Whitney Brown, right, with presenter Lauren Smith

Georgia Scholars: Hunt Thomas, left, and Mike Patel, right, and presenter Brooke Martin. Not pictured is Jaina Eckert

Chip Connally Scholarship: Winner Sealy Dreyer and presenter Donna Dougherty ’78

The Heart Felt Foundation, Inc. Memorial College Scholarship: Winner Jake Smith and presenter Bart Henson. Henson also presented the Tyler Henson Memorial Scholarship to Anthony Williams, not pictured

Robert C. Davis Scholarship: Winner McCullough Burns, left, and presenter Bill Davis ‘98

Appointment to the US Air Force Academy: McCullough Burns, left, and presenter by Lt. Col. Charlie Pickett, U.S. Air Force Reserve

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Cup: Winner McCullough Burns, left, and presenter Brooke Martin

Rachel Hamil Award: Winner Jake Smith, left, and presenter Tre Wheat ‘12

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Sunday, June 11, 2017 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 13D

The Heritage School Honors 2017

Eighth Grade Step Up to Ninth Grade – Class of 2021: From left, front, Simran Khutliwala, Sara Short, Jena Patel, Sophia Grace Stemberger, Taylor Johnson, Nathan Rotlisberger, David Browning, Andrew Rich and Matthew Albert; second row, Anna Scoggins, Like Stoffle, Hailey Bracey, Faye Decker, Winn Johnston, Banks Coggin, Sarah Cutts, Lee Underwood, Bradley Griffith and Jasrah Chandler-Fuller; third row, Jameson Truitt, Chloe Hutcherson, Genna Gentry, Zane Mehta, Clay Williamson, Isabella Siegel, Beau Martin, Steven Slappey, Catharine Williams, Thomas Morenzi and Worth Burkhart; back, William Bryant, John Cummins, Emily Bowers, Maggie Rivers, Luke Pawlowski, David White, Lily Meuninck, Charltyn Hanon, Genevieve Richards and Sam Lewis; not pictured, Jay Chapman, Alex Gloriod, Jakob Kerr, Emily Kinsey, Lyall Penley, John Pirkle, Sim Rhodes and Julia Smolinski

Fourth Grade Step Up to Fifth Grade - Class of 2025: From left, front, Cooper Daughtrey, Laci Johnson, Jack Daughtrey and Emilia Genet; second row, Huzayl Khutliwala, William McCarthy, Livia Jordan, Sarah Kate Johnston, Sophia Siegel and Eli Slappey; third row, Gavin Miles, Amelia Thornton, Zoey Hall, Alex Truitt, Shelby Southers, Analesse Tuttle and Truman Tolleson; back, Ava Jalonen, Kate Smith, Joey Distel, Griggs Smith, Cole Wilgus and Breaux Rusich; not pictured, Field Chapman, Maxwell Kerr, Maria Naughton and Ethan Simmons

Fifth-grade High Honors: From left, front, Thomas Scoggins, Payton Ryan and David Soberano; second row, Sawyer Piepho, Madeline Butler, Susan Grayton Pass, Lucy Clark and Lane Whitley; back, Sam Knight, Michael Barber, Wells Chambers, Sonny Durham, Brianna Eckert and Aidan Kotheimer; not pictured, Sara Cushing

Fifth-grade High Honors: From left, front, Thomas Scoggins, Payton Ryan and David Soberano; second row, Sawyer Piepho, Madeline Butler, Susan Grayton Pass, Lucy Clark and Lane Whitley; back, Sam Knight, Michael Barber, Wells Chambers, Sonny Durham, Brianna Eckert and Aidan Kotheimer; not pictured, Sara Cushing

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The Heritage School Honors 2017

Seventh-grade High Honors: From left, front, Joshua Soberano, Sydney Jordan and Lilly Arnall; second row, Jalen Cunanan and Fiona Naughton; back, Michaela Mikko, Ella Thornton, Max Pendergrast and Mary Claire Warren; not pictured, Grant Augustine

Eighth-grade High Honors: From left, front, Matthew Albert, Sarah Cutts, Simran Khutliwala, Jena Patel and Sara Short; second row, Steven Slappey, Andrew Rich, Banks Coggin, Genevieve Richards, Anna Scoggins and Jameson Truitt; back, Lily Meuninck, Zane Metha, John Cummins and Faye Decker

Ninth-grade High Honors: From left, front, Koby Lord, Grace Smith, Lili Clark, Katherine Thomas, Andrew Vo and Sovi Wellons; second row, Charlotte Cao, Zoie Glenn, Daniel Wellons and Camden Trammell; back, Reece Overholt, Clare Smith, Alice Naughton, Nick Blair, Olivia Ayers and Jess Himes: not pictured, Peter Martinez

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16D — The Newnan Times-Herald | Sunday, June 11, 2017

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11th-grade High Honors: From left, front, Miki Patel, Mia Williams and Hunt Thomas; second row, Catherine Hallman, Isabelle Harris and Mili Patel; back, Sealy Dreyer, Conner Ellison, Keera McDonald and Ean Lawrence; not pictured, Jaina Eckert, Zachery Robinson, Nicole Heilbrunn, Mitchell NeSmith and Vincent Fan

Jefferson Cup: From left, front, sixth-grade winner Bob Collins and fifth-grade winner David Soberano; second row, eighth-grade winner Banks Coggin, ninth-grade winner Sovi Wellons and eighth-grade winner Sara Short; back, 11th-grade winner Miki Patel, 12th-grade winner Hamp Carter, 10th-grade winner Taaseen Khan and eighth-grade winner Simran Khitliwala; not pictured, seventh-grade winner Grant Augustine

12th-grade High Honors: From left, front, Ashley Wood, Sarah Payne, Gabrielle McCammack, Kate Jones and Sullivan Wilkins; second row, Michael Griffin, Catherine Heindel, Nicole Herman, Mary Helen Jeffreys, Cole Beckwith Rountree and Farida Tangpoolcharoen; back, Kara Groover, McCullough Burns, Hamp Carter, Karlee Groover and Harper Minor

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The Heritage School Class of 2017: From left, front, are Katherine Fairbanks, Gabrielle McCammack, Sarah Payne, Gina Brillanti, Edie Haugen, Lou Pfundt, Haley Hall and Chau Nguyen; second row, Ashley Wood, Taylor Morris, Cole Beckwith Rountree, Mary Helen Jeffreys, Madison Loyd, Lauren Wheat, Catherine Heindel, KT Heggood and Sullivan Wilkins; third row, Rily Minichowski, Autumn Rochester, Becca Henson, Whitney Brown, Austin Barberio, Kara Groover, Karlee Groover, Nicole Herman and Kate Jones; fourth row, Harper Minor, Farida Tangpoolcharoen, Harrison Geerlings, Kirby Arnall, Michael Griffin, Will LaGuardia, Hamp Carter, Hamp Smith, Allison Cobb and Alexia Darnell; back, Jay Macke, Jake Smith, Spencer Wellons, Chase Shuman, Ryan Grant, Chase Evans, McCullough Burns, Jacob Bryant, Jake Trammell and Ryan Blackstone

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