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Sunday, May 25, 2014  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 1D

TRINITY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

2014 Honors Night & Graduation Inside • PHOTOS OF AWARD RECIPIENTS • 2014 SENIOR HONOR PRESENTATIONS • A letter to seniors FROM PRINCIPAL MATTHEW SCHOCK • PHOTO OF TRINITY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL CLASS OF 2014

Honor photos by Josiah Gordon, Trinity Senior Graduation Night photos by Jeffrey Leo

2014 Trinity Christian School Valedictorian and Salutatorians are, from left, Co-Salutatorian Brandon Lawson, Valedictorian Daniel Luehm, and Co-Salutatorian Luke Hammock.

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2D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 25, 2014

TRINITY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL HONORS NIGHT AND GRADUATION

From Our Valedictorian By Daniel Luehm Trinity Christian School Valedictorian Graduates, faculty, parents, relatives, friends, and people that just come to these things, good evening, and congratulations to the Trinity Christian School class of 2014. Today, you have achieved something special. Something only 92 percent of Americans your age will ever know – a high school diploma. That’s right, with your high school diploma; you now have a crushing advantage over 8 percent of the workforce. Now, I’m not very good at inspirational speeches, but it is my honor to address my fellow classmates. Although we may be with a majority of teenagers who are graduating from high school, we will be in the minority later when we graduate from college. Our class is filled with scholars who will succeed because of their great foundation. That foundation is Trinity Christian School. I want to thank this school and all it has to offer for being that foundation for all of us. The amazing staff, intelligent teachers, competitive students and supportive parents have all helped shape us into who we are today. Their influence, instruction, guidance and friendship will continue to fuel us in our future endeavors.

2014 Trinity Christian School Valedictorian and Salutatorians recognized at honors night May 8 are, from left, Co-Salutatorian Luke Hammock, Valedictorian Daniel Luehm, and Co-Salutatorian Brandon Lawson.

As I close I do have a few fun facts for you: We went to the moon before we thought to put wheels on suitcases. We invented Jell-O before the zipper. You can live for the entire rest of your life without breathing. And finally, the national anthem of Greece has 158 verses. I’d like to read them to you. … I’m kidding, I’m kidding. In all seriousness though, Class of 2014, let’s go make a difference because a difference was made in us. Good night!

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From Our Co-salutatorian By Brandon Lawson Trinity Christian School Co-Salutatorian miraculously tied with Luke, Hello, my name is Brandon Lawson – I’m the one who of the GPA (lucky for places al mainly because they only used the first two decim me). with our own football staThis year was a year of firsts for Trinity – our first year first year participating in our ts, studen 1,000 over with year dium, our first whole This year, we added AP team. g fishin a a math competition and our first year with l more dual enrollsevera and t, nmen Gover AP y, Histor ean Calculus BC, AP Europ our student year, This ts. studen to ment classes as well as offering online classes for research y mone raise to race 5K a ns, Noggi for ’ body organized the first Joggin en guys betwe year, This . on brain cancer in children, which raised about $3,000 . teams ’ and girls, Trinity offered 29 sports the awesome things we are Things like this are really what make Trinity great: Trinity may change after we as much as s, senior Now start. the doing now are just why Trinity has changed at ially essent are gone, we have to remember that we are all. Y. All the new things I Just as much as the teachers and faculty, WE ARE TRINIT n. happe We are capable of crementioned have happened because WE made them ating change. ” or with “more experience” Change isn’t just for people “higher up the food chain breathing testament to that living a is – create helped we y and Trinity – the Trinit separate ways, that you our go we as fact. So just remember (especially next year) not. or it e realiz you er wheth e, are capable of creating chang Mr. Schock, for the vision Before I go, I would just like to thank Mr. Demos and make that a reality. And to work s tireles their for and l, schoo the they have for ers of the board who memb the and rs thank you to all the teachers administrato le. possib make that vision Thank you all and good night!

From Our Co-salutatorian By Luke Hammock Trinity Christian School Co-Salutatorian A visitor to Trinity Christian School may hear the bustle of student s late to class, may see teams hard at work on the field, and may smell various odors from the chemistry room. But everyone knows of the great achievement this school has experienced. Yes this year we had a third straight championship in volleyball, an undefeated middle school basketball team, a second-place finish at both the GISA Regional Literary meet and in our region at a statewide math competition, and our first football and baseball games at Trinity’s campus. And we were wowed by the incredible talent displayed at Trinity’s musical, “Beauty and the Beast.” You see, Trinity not only has potential to achieve, it is achieving. I can remember being at this school in third grade. We didn’t have a gym, nor a high school. Trinity was a work in progress. But the Lord has blessed this school with a capable staff, willing volunteers, a lively student body, and a Godly man leading this school, Mr. Dean Demos. Suited for success, Trinity continues to produce. The Class of 2014 is no exception. This year, our class has accepte d a leadership role, demonstrating commitment to this school, to each other, and to this community. Now we leave here prepared for life: natural, spiritual, and eternal . The question is not “Are we ready?” The question is “How will we respond to adversi ty.” Isaiah 40:31 says,” we will grow tired and weary. We will stumble and fall. But if we place our hope in the Lord, He will renew our strength. We will soar on wings like eagles. We will run and not grow weary. We will walk and not be faint.” Class of 2014, I encourage you to look forward to God’s amazing plan to give you a fulfilling life. Be forever thankful for the opportunities and memor ies afforded to you at Trinity.

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4D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 25, 2014

TRINITY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL HONORS NIGHT AND GRADUATION

2014 Trinity Christian School Senior National Honor Society members are, front, from left, Erin

Skaggs, Kaley Grace, Morgan Furbee, Shelby Harrelson, Jordan Jones, Andrea Campbell, Courtney Garrett, Katie Johnson, and sponsor - Quincy Forde; back row, sponsor - Adrienne Tigchelaar, Colson Craig, Zach DiGuisto, Luke Hammock, Seth Davis, Dan Luehm, Conner Owen, and Brandon Lawson.

2014 Spanish Award recipients at Trinity Christian School are, front row, Ruthie McMichael; back row, from left, Josh Lundregan, Michael Smaltz, Hyland Wolleat, Shelby Harrelson, Eve Taylor, and Hudson Huber.

2014 Athlete of the Year – Luke Hammock is awarded Trinity Christian School’s Athlete of the Year by football coach Chris Hanson. 2014 Honor Graduates at Trinity Christian School are, front, from left, Kaley Grace, Carley Gibson, Alex Huber, Andrea Campbell, Morgan Furbee, Brook Hutchins, Stephen Ansel, Drue Collins, and Rachel Gautreau; back row, from left, Connor Owen, Colson Craig, Luke Hammock, Jessica Hagen, Shelby Harrelson, Dan Luehm, Jordan Jones, Seth Davis, Callie Watson, Katie Johnson, Courtney Garrett, Zach DiGuisto, Josiah Gordon.

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Sunday, May 25, 2014  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 5D

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2014 Star Student & Star Teacher – Colson Craig, right, is Trinity Christian’s 2014 Star Student. Quincy Forde, left, is the 2014 Star Teacher.

(LEFT) 2014 Character Award recipients at Trinity Christian School

are, front, from left, Lion Award winner - Drue Collins, Kayla Kelley, Abby Lawson, Mandy Price, Catherine Lundregan, and Callie Watson; back, from left, Bible teacher - Jeremiah Barlett, Blakeley Nelson, Andrew Awbrey, Maggie Wheeler, Caitlyn Rivers, Matt Buck, Colson Craig, Luke Hammock.

2014 Visual Arts Award recipients at Trinity Christian School are, from left, Hannah Adams, Josh Stanley, Colson Craig, and art teacher - Amy Simonton.

Trinity Christian School’s 2014 Star Students for each grade level are, from left, Kate Forde, Delana Reynolds, Hyland Wolleat, Colson Craig and Quincy Forde.

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6D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 25, 2014

TRINITY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL HONORS NIGHT AND GRADUATION

2014 Math Award recipients at Trinity Christian School are, front row, from left, Drue Collins, Megan

Schroeder, Abby Lawson, Marcel Cantu, Mandy Price, and math teacher - Jennifer Rinkenberger; back, from left, math teachers - Kristi Mullins, Tammy Wheeler, Natalie Sisler, Josh Stanley, Andrew Awbrey, Hudson Huber and Dan Luehm.

2014 Top 10 juniors at Trinity Christian School are, front row, from left, Hyland Wolleat, Jay Lovell,

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Sunday, May 25, 2014  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 7D

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Trinity Christian School’s Senior Class of 2014. From back row to front row, left to right, Zachary DiGuisto, Charles Craig, Seth Davis, Aaron Lesseski, Joseph Dylan, Nicholas Wilson, Clark Lord, Brandon Lawson, Daniel Luehm, Brian Railey, Daniel Shoates, Luke Hammock, Cody Smallwood, Connor Owen, Kenneth Swygert, Stephen Ansel, Christian Stearley, Glen Whisby III, Eve Taylor, Austin Reynolds, Lynsey Hart, Victoria Burgess, Jordan Jones, Natalie Sisler, Callie Watson, Cora Gwinn, Olivia Murray, Chelsea Hall, Katie Johnson, Erin Skaggs, Courtney Garrett, Debbie Bowman, Victoria Haldeman, Brittney Burke, Brandy Waters, Shelby Harrelson, Katilyn Crenshaw, Kaley Grace, Drue Collins, Lani Smith, Brooke Hutchins, Hanah Watkins, Morgan Furbee, Jessica Hagen, Alexandria Huber, Andrea Campbell, Sirena Eller, Chloe Walker, Madison Chapman, Carley Gibson, and Rachel Gautreau.

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8D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 25, 2014

TRINITY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL HONORS NIGHT AND GRADUATION

2014 History Award recipients at Trinity Christian School are, front, from left, Kaley Grace, Ruthie

McMichael; back, from left, History teacher - Quincy Forde, Katie Johnson, Kara Duke, Powell Camp, Beth Powell, Colson Craig, History teacher - Brian Chmielewski, Luke Hammock, History teacher - Brian Long.

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Sunday, May 25, 2014  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 9D

TRINITY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL HONORS NIGHT AND GRADUATION

(ABOVE) Trinit y Christian School classmates pose for a picture

before the 2014 graduation ceremony begins May 16 at Trinity Stadium. From left, Chloe Walker, Lani Smith, Sirena Eller, Brandy Waters, and Courtney Garrett.

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