CHS Recognized Students at Awards Night

CHS Recognized Students at Awards Night

 

Corinth High School recognized the hard work and success of numerous students with an awards night on Monday, May 2, 2022.  

 

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT AWARDS:

 

IGCSE FIRST ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Third Place: Callie Barrett

Second Place: Jaya Hoey

First Place: Halle Faith Scarbrough

 

IGCSE FIRST LANGUAGE/AICE GENERAL PAPER

Third Place: Ruth Albright

Second Place: Wyatt Murphree

First Place: John Stanley

 

AICE GENERAL PAPER

Third Place: Ethan Nelms

Second Place: Jeremiah Vaughn 

First Place: Kai Stafford

 

ENGLISH III      

Third Place: Aleigh Jordan

Second Place: Chase Mills

First Place: Tahja Bell

 

AICE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Third Place: Molly Dunn

Second Place: Olivia Edmonson

First Place: Anna Grace King

 

ENGLISH IV

First Place (3-way tie): Zorun Wimsatt, Gregory Spencer and Claudea Wilbanks

 

AICE ENGLISH LITERATURE

Third Place: Sadie Rhea

Second Place: Anna Hudson

First Place: Deidra Jones

 

DUAL CREDIT BRITISH LITERATURE

Third Place: Chase Drewery

Second Place: Carson Weeks

First Place: Anna Johnson

 

DUAL CREDIT ENGLISH COMPOSITION

Second Place: Will Senf

First Place (tie): George Davis and Ariyana Hopkins

 

GREEK/ROMAN MYTHOLOGY

First Place (3-way tie): Joel Espinosa, Arlyana Hopkins and Hallie Faith Scarbrough

 

CREATIVE WRITING

Second Place: Hallie Faith Scarbrough

First Place (tie): Jakeb Harvell and Will Harvell

 

IGCSE MATHEMATICS I

Third Place: Callie Barrett

Second Place: Issac Francisco

First Place: Harsh Patel

 

IGCSE MATHEMATICS II

Third Place: Tilden Studdard

Second Place: Andi Kate Holley

First Place: Griffin Enis

           

IGCSE MATHEMATICS II (HONORS)

Second Place (tie): Sheridan Marlar and John Stanley         

First Place: Madison Gates

 

ALGEBRA III

Third Place: Dylan Snyder    

Second Place: Zakiah Gwyn 

First Place: Lamaria Davis    

 

ALGEBRA III (HONORS)

Second Place: Kaylea Grace

First Place (tie): Molly Dunn & Anna Grace King

 

AICE PURE MATHEMATICS I

Second Place: Grace Villaflor

First Place (tie): Will Senf & Cannon Wilson

 

AICE PURE MATHEMATICS II

Third Place: Grace Villaflor

Second Place: Cannon Wilson

First Place: Will Senf

 

INTRO TO COLLEGE ALGEBRA

Third Place: Tashanti Selmon

Second Place: LaZoya Howard         

First Place: Zoriyana Wimsatt

 

DUAL CREDIT COLLEGE ALGEBRA

Third Place: Lauren Beech    

Second Place: Mary Ashley Biggs

First Place: Robert Draper

 

DUAL CREDIT COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY

Third Place: Blake Briggs

Second Place: Will Harvell

First Place: Mary Ashley Biggs

 

DUAL CREDIT CALCULUS

Third Place: Tiffany Nhek

Second Place: Jaleah Walker 

First Place: George Davis

           

DUAL CREDIT STATISTICS

Third Place: Anna Johnson

Second Place: George Davis 

First Place: Carson Weeks

 

HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

Third Place: LaMiah Hoey

Second Place: Brayden Seltzer

First Place: Jude Jefcoat

 

DUAL CREDIT HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY l & ll 

Third Place: Carson Weeks

Second Place: Will Senf

First Place: Cannon Wilson

 

IGCSE BIOLOGY

Third Place: Charity Gosswiller

Second Place: Maggie Parchman

First Place: Ava Harris

 

IGCSE BIOLOGY (HONORS)

Third Place: Hayden Latch

Second Place: Halle Faith Scarbrough

First Place: Harsh Patel

 

DUAL CREDIT PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY

Third Place: Ansley Tyson

Second Place: Jordan Biggs

First Place: Deidra Jones

 

DUAL CREDIT GENERAL BIOLOGY

Third Place: Jakeb Harvell

Second Place: Jake Brawner  

First Place: Will Harvell

 

IGCSE CHEMISTRY

Third Place: Landon Bonds

Second Place: Wyatt Murphree 

First Place: Andi Kate Holley

 

IGCSE CHEMISTRY (HONORS)

Third Place: Ruth Albright

Second Place: Madison Gates

First Place: John Stanley

 

AICE CHEMISTRY

Third Place (tie): McTyeire Davis & Dylan Snyder

Second Place: John Parker

First Place: Catherine Grisham

 

IGCSE PHYSICS

Third Place: Aizere Seitjan

Second Place: Cole Shelly

First Place: Callie Burns

 

ZOOLOGY I & II

Third Place: Kennadi Walker 

Second Place: Dakaya Weathersby 

First Place: Shakira Shields

 

AICE MARINE SCIENCE

Second Place (2-way tie): Diego Ramirez & Rachel Williams

First Place: McTeiyre Davis

 

AICE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Third Place: Alexis Price

Second Place: Grace Villaflor

First Place: George Davis

 

IGCSE WORLD HISTORY

Third Place: Darbi Gifford

Second Place: Isaac Francisco

First Place: Janet Mai

 

AICE EUROPEAN HISTORY         

Third Place: Ruth Albright

Second Place: Andi Kate Holley       

First Place: Madison Gates

           

IGCSE AMERICAN HISTORY

Third Place: Asiana Pridgett

Second Place: Jeremiah Vaughn       

First Place: Mary Parker

 

AICE UNITED STATES HISTORY

Second Place (tie): Anna Grace King & Rachel Williams

First Place: Ariyana Hopkins

 

GLOBAL STUDIES

Third Place: Hayes Crozier

Second Place: Jordan Biggs

First Place: Emily Rios

 

AICE GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES

Third Place: Catherine Grisham

Second Place: Mary Ashley Biggs

First Place: Anna Hudson

 

ECONOMICS

Third Place: Ayanna Norman

Second Place: Brandon Ramos

First Place: Crista Wilson

 

AICE ECONOMICS

Third Place: Andrew Ayala     

Second Place: Carson Weeks

First Place: George Davis

 

U.S. GOVERNMENT           

Third Place: Carson Weeks

Second Place: George Davis

First Place: Deidre Jones

           

PSYCHOLOGY

Third Place: Chase Mills

Second Place: Hayes Crozier

First Place: Cadan Kyle

 

SOCIOLOGY

Second Place (Tie): Hayes Crozier & Drew Porter

First Place: Lyla Cox

 

AICE TRAVEL & TOURISM

Third Place: Anna Hudson

Second Place: Catherine Grisham

First Place: Sara Chloe Cornelius

 

AICE DIVINITY

Third Place: Anna Hudson

Second Place: Andrew Ayala

First Place: Johnna Mills

 

AICE GEOGRAPHY

Third Place: Graci Laird

Second Place: Cannon Wilson

First Place: Will Senf

 

SPANISH I

Second Place: Diego Rosales

First Place (tie): Harsh Patel & John Stanley

 

SPANISH II

Third Place: Andi Kate Holley          

Second Place: Madison Gates

First Place: Ruth Albright

 

SPANISH III

Third Place: Celeste Arguello

Second Place: Julia Gaspar

First Place: Ania Ambrocio

 

GRAPHIC DESIGN  

Third Place: Zakiah Gwyn

Second Place: Zorun Wimsatt

First Place: Jay Cummings

 

AICE MEDIA STUDIES

Third Place: Cadan Kyle

Second Place: Asiana Pridgett

First Place: LaMiah Hoey

 

YEARBOOK

Third Place: Audriana Pech

Second Place: Mary Ashley Biggs

First Place: Jada Butler

 

KEYSTONE

Second Place: Ruth Albright

First Place (tie): Ethan Chappelle & Samuel Gray

 

ACT PREP 

Second Place (tie): Samuel Gray & Arlyanna Hopkins

First Place: John Parker

 

AICE THINKING SKILLS

Third Place: Triston Marlar

Second Place: Ayanna Esters

First Place: Arlyana Hopkins

 

WORK-BASED LEARNING I

Third Place: Dekaya Weathersby

Second Place: Andrew Shirley

First Place: Mary Liddon Archie

 

WORK-BASED LEARNING II

Second Place: Allie Cornelius

First Place: Carson Weeks

 

CULINARY ARTS

Third Place: Kyanna Miller

Second Place: Abby Case

First Place: Celeste Arguello

 

ROBOTICS AND ENGINEERING (C-TECH)

Third Place: Jackson Norman

Second Place: Jude Jefcoat

First Place: Kimberly Nakagawa

 

LAW AND PUBLIC SAFETY I (C-TECH)

Third Place: Kaliyah Smith

Second Place: Kai Stafford

First Place: Derrick Wilson

 

LAW AND PUBLIC SAFETY II (C-TECH)

Third Place: Brayden Seltzer

Second Place: Amado Robles

First Place: Emily Poindexter

 

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Third Place: Macaiah Williams

Second Place: Molly Dunn

First Place: Anna Grace King

 

THEATRE I

Third Place: Madden Butler

Second Place: Kaylea Grace

First Place: Azaria Patterson

 

ADVANCED THEATRE 

Third Place: Maris Richardson

Second Place: Julian Prather

First Place: Cate Rivers Shipp

 

SET DESIGN

Third Place: Jake Harvell

Second Place: Will Harvell

First Place: Maris Richardson

 

VIDEO PRODUCTION

Third Place: Abrianna Strickland

Second Place: Emily Rios

First Place: Jaylon Stackins

 

ART I 

Third Place: Odilia Pascual

Second Place: Lexie Faulkner

First Place: Ally Barnes

 

AICE ART

Third Place: Mary Alice Parker

Second Place: Adelyn Mathis

First Place: Deidra Jones

 

GENERAL MUSIC

First Place (3-way tie): Markeisha Green, Asiana Pridgett and Kentavious Sheffield

 

CHORUS

Third Place: Adriana Pech

Second Place: Abby Case

First Place: Anahi Rivera

 

BAND

Third Place: Ciara Smith

Second Place: Wyatt Murphree

First Place: Robert Draper

 

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC

Third Place: JT Dotson

Second Place: Rachel Williams

First Place: Olivia Edmonson

 

STRINGS

Third Place: Luke Parker

Second Place: Waylon Eaton

First Place: Makan Garcia

 

DUAL CREDIT MUSIC APPRECIATION

Second Place (tie): Sierra Grimes & Nealy Welch

First Place: Pierce Peterson

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Third Place: Janet Mai

Second Place: Zakiah Gwyn

First Place: Ally Grace Barnes

     

NUTRITION AND WELLNESS

Third Place: Emily Rios

Second Place: Triston Marlar

First Place: Landon Bonds

 

MONEY MANAGEMENT

Third Place: Ross Evans

Second Place: Chase Drewery

First Place: Arlyana Hopkins

 

FAMILY DYNAMICS

Third Place: Harsh Patel

Second Place: Jaya Hoey

First Place: Diego Funez Ramirez

 

HEALTH

Third Place: John Stanley

Second Place: Madison Gates

First Place: Arlyanna Hopkins

 

SPECIAL AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

MISSISSIPPI SCHOLARS

Mississippi Scholars is an effort by area business and school volunteers to encourage students to complete challenging courses during high school that will prepare them for jobs or higher education after graduation. The following students meet the criteria for recognition as a 2022 Mississippi Scholar. These students have taken a challenging course of study, maintained a 2.5 GPA or higher, minimum 19 ACT Score and completed a minimum of 80 hours of community service. 

 

Andrew Ayala

Tyson Behel

Jordan Biggs

George Davis

Robert Draper

Katie Beth Fulghum

Carys Goodwin

Ericka Hart

Jay Huggins

Anna Johnson

Deidre Jones

Brisanda Luna Lopez

Carys Melvin

Aidan Mills

Brooklyn Mills

Johnna Mills

Belle Mitchell

Grace Monaghan 

Ayanna Norman

Kevin Posados

Diego Funez Ramirez

Brandon Ramos

Madison Sellers

Cate Rivers Shipp

Brian Andrew Shirley

Jack Taylor

Jaleah Walker

Kennadi Walker

Carson Weeks

 

HALL OF FAME

The following students have been selected for the 2021-2022 Hall of Fame. This is a prestigious honor as these students have shown strong academic strength, impressive leadership ability, have been involved in extracurricular activities and they have actively given back to our community through community service.

 

George Davis

Jay Huggins

Belle Mitchell

Grace Monaghan

Tiffany Nhek

Cate Rivers Shipp

Andrew Shirley

Jaleah Walker

 

ACT 30 PLUS

These students have earned a composite score of 30 or above on their ACT.

 

Clark Carmichael

George Davis

Catherine Grisham

William Senf

Cate Rivers Shipp

Grace Villaflor

Carson Weeks

Andrew Williams

Cannon Wilson

 

STAR STUDENT and STAR TEACHER AWARD

The Star Student is selected from the seniors having the highest score on the American College Test (ACT) by the December exam date. This year’s STAR student is Carson Weeks. He scored a 35 on his ACT.

 

The Star Student was asked to select a Star Teacher, who, in the student’s opinion, made the greatest contribution to his scholastic achievement. Carson Weeks selected Polly Johnson as this year’s STAR Teacher.

 

MU ALPHA THETA AWARD

Mu Alpha Theta is a national high school mathematics honor society with minimum requirements for membership including: a “B” average in 4 or more semesters of college preparatory math; and enrollment in an even more advanced math course. This award goes to the senior taking the highest level of mathematics and maintaining the highest average in mathematics for four years. This year’s recipient is George Davis.

 

PRINCIPAL’S LEADERSHIP AWARD

The National Association of Secondary Principals recognizes a senior student leader in the top 20% of the class who has demonstrated leadership. This year’s recipient is Jaleah Walker.

 

SUPERINTENDENT’S AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

The Superintendent’s Award of Excellence honors a student who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement, commitment to school programs and multiple community service projects. This year’s recipient is George Davis.

 

CHS TEACHER OF THE YEAR

April Cole

Mrs. Cole is a hardworking and dedicated teacher with 16 years of teaching experience. Mrs. Cole teaches IGCSE Math II, Pure Math, College Algebra, and College Trigonometry. She is also sponsor for the Key Club, co-sponsor of the Academic Team, and in charge of the CHS Beauty Review.

 

DAR GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD

This award is given to one senior for outstanding citizenship and character necessary for tomorrow’s citizens. This award is selected by a vote of the faculty and the senior class members. This year’s recipient is Gregory Spencer.

 

THE BIRD DOG ART COMPETITION AWARDS

 

9th grade

3rd Place Tilden Studdard

2nd Place Martha Karlee James

1st Place Adelyn Mathis

 

10th grade

Honorable Mention Cora Johnson

3rd Place Bella Carter

2nd Place Brynn Moss

1st Place Asiana Pridgett

 

11th grade

3rd Place Ricardo Hernandez

2nd Place Odilia Pascual

1st Place, Division 4 Winner, & Judge’s Special Winner Emma Hall

 

NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL ART COMPETITION

Drawing (Black & White) - 1st Place, Asiana Pridgett, "New Beginnings"

2D Design - 2nd Place, Mary Alice Parker, "Grandma's Hibiscus"

Drawing (Color) - 3rd Place, Adelyn Mathis, "Adelyn"

 

LINDY CALLAHAN SCHOLAR ATHLETE

The Mississippi High School Activities Association recognizes a male and female student who has demonstrated exceptional skills as a student athlete with the Lindy Callahan Scholar-Athlete Scholarship.

Robert Draper & Crista Wilson

 

HIGH SCHOOL HEISMAN

In recognition of outstanding achievement in academics, athletics and community service, the Heisman High School Scholarship program recognizes an outstanding male and female senior from each school.

Tiffany Nhek & Jack Taylor

 
MR.& MISS. WARRIOR

The coaches from Corinth High School select an outstanding male and female athlete who participates in at least two sports and has displayed positive character qualities, academic success, and has been involved in community service.

MISS. WARRIOR: Carys Goodwin                         

MR. WARRIOR: George Davis

 

LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS

 

BENJAMIN AND CORRINE PEARCE SCHOLARSHIP

$10,000 Aubrey Davis

$10,000 Jaleah Walker

 

THE KIWANIS LEON FRAZIER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP and THE KEY CLUB SCHOLARSHIPS

$1,000 Scholarships Anna Grace Floyd & Luke Mitchell

$500 Scholarship Celeste Arguello

 

CORINTH CIVITAN’S ROSCOE TURNER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

 $500 scholarship Belle Mitchell

 

BULLARD BOOK SCHOLARSHIP

The Bullard Book Scholarship is given to a senior to help assist with the cost of books for college. This year two seniors will be receiving $250. The winners are Ania Ambrocio & Ivana Poirier.

 

THE HARRY LEE WILLIAMS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

A $1000 scholarship is awarded to a senior based on financial need, leadership, grade point average, a desire to receive a higher education and an interest in the field of forestry or a related interest.  The winners are Ava Harris & Kevin Posadas.

 

ROSEMARY AND SANDY WILLIAMS “POTENTIAL FOR SUCCESS’ AWARD

A $1000 scholarship is presented to seniors based on financial need, leadership, and a desire to receive higher education. The winners are Ania Ambrocio, Callie Burns, Aidan Mills, and Belle Mitchell.

 

HAROLD WESSON SCHOLARSHIP

The Harold Wesson Scholarship was formed by the Elite Group. This scholarship of $1000 goes to a senior athlete who is a team player and leads by example. The student athlete should be courteous and respectful of others and maintain a “B” average in academics.  The winner of this scholarship is Gregory Spencer.

 

TOM TIMMS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

This scholarship is given in memory of Tom Timms.

$500 scholarship Kevin Posadas

 
O. WAYNE GANN SCHOLARSHIP-“A LEGACY OF EXCELLENCE”

An endowment fund was established to honor Dr. O. Wayne Gann, superintendent of the Corinth School District from 1974-2001. The winner of a $500 scholarship based on being a diligent student with financial need and good citizenship is Andrew Ayala.

 

ORMA R. SMITH, JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Orma R. Smith, Jr. “Sammy” graduated from Corinth High School in 1953. He was an active student; a kicker and tackle on the football team; and a member of the band. He loved Corinth and loved the Warriors! Upon graduation, he attended the University of Mississippi. After college graduation, Sammy attended law school at the University of Mississippi. Once a lawyer, Sammy returned to Corinth to practice law with his father, Hack Smith. Sammy married Nancy Fant of Holly Springs and they had 5 children who were all Corinth Warriors. The Orma R. Smith, Jr. Memorial Scholarship is a $1000 scholarship that goes to Jaleah Walker.

 

MARTHA JANICE BIGGERS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

Martha Janice Biggers graduated from Mississippi State College for Women at Columbus in 1929. After graduation, she embarked on a long and distinguished teaching career.  Family members of Martha Janice Biggers are pleased indeed to honor her by establishing the Martha Janice Biggers Endowed Scholarship. This annual scholarship will provide a graduating senior $500 for college. The recipient is Kevin Posadas.

 

MARJORIE TIMMONS GIBBS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

The Marjorie Timmons Gibbs Scholarship is awarded to a Corinth High School senior who demonstrates financial need, has a minimum grade average of “C”, and is interested in pursuing a career as an elementary school teacher. The winner for this $1000 scholarship is Carys Goodwin.

 

JUNIOR AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP

$1000 Junior Auxiliary “Living Ad” Scholarship Belle Mitchell

$1000 Junior Auxiliary Scholarship Jaleah Walker

 

CORINTH VFW POST 3962 & AUXILIARY SCHOLARSHIP

Andrew Shirley

 

ALCORN COUNTY ELECTRIC POWER ASSOCIATION

Andrew Shirley has been awarded a $2500 scholarship for representing ACE Power in the Mississippi Youth Leadership Program.

 

MISSISSIPPI ASSOCIATION OF SUPERVISORS SCHOLARSHIP

Carys Goodwin has been awarded the $500 Mississippi Association of Supervisors Scholarship.

 

EMMA MCDONALD STREET SCHOLARSHIP

The Emma McDonald Street Scholarship is given to a student who plans to pursue a degree in mathematics or a related field. This year’s winner is Chevon Windom.

 

COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Ania Ambrocio

Tiger Academic Scholarship $400

Leadership Scholarship $100

Total: $500 ($1,000)

 

Jada Butler

Tiger Academic Scholarship $400

Leadership Scholarship $100

Total: $500 ($1,000)

 

Sean Corbin

Leadership Scholarship $100 ($200)

 

Allie Cornelius

Leadership Scholarship $100 ($200)

 

TyBrayuan Cummings

Leadership Scholarship $100 ($200)

 

Robert Draper

Vice Presidential ACT Scholarship $3830

Leadership Scholarship $100

Band Scholarship

Total: $3930 ($7,860)

 

John Droke

Tiger Merit Scholarship $1915 ($3,830)

 

AnnaGrace Floyd

Leadership Scholarship $100

Tiger Band/Color Guard Scholarship $1825

Total: $1925 ($3,850)

 

Diego Funez Ramirez

Tiger Merit Scholarship $1915 ($3,830)

 

Julia Miguel Gaspar

Leadership Scholarship $100 ($200)

 

Arulon Howell

Band Scholarship  $1,825 ($7,300)

 

Jay Huggins

Vice Presidential ACT Scholarship $3830

Leadership Scholarship $100

Baseball Scholarship

Total: $3930 ($7,860)

 

Anna Johnson

Tiger Academic Scholarship $400

Leadership Scholarship $100

Total: $500 ($1,000)

 

Logan Leach

Leadership Scholarship $100 ($200)

 

Aidan Mills

Tiger Academic Scholarship $400

Leadership Scholarship $100

Total: $500 ($1,000)

 

Ella Mills

GPA Scholarship $400

Leadership Scholarship $100

Total: $500 ($1,000)

 

Johnna Mills

Tiger Academic Scholarship $400

Leadership Scholarship $100

Total: $500 ($1,000)

 

Kevin Posadas

Tiger Academic Scholarship $400

Leadership Scholarship $100

Total: $500 ($1,000)

 

Brandon Ramos

Leadership Scholarship $100 ($200)

 

Luis Ruiz

Leadership Scholarship $100 ($200)

 

Hayes Rutledge

Leadership Scholarship $100 ($200)

 

Morgan Sanders

Tiger Academic Scholarship $400

Leadership Scholarship $100

Total: $500 ($1,000)

 

Madison Sellers

Leadership Scholarship $100 ($200)

 

Shakira Shields

Leadership Scholarship

Dance Scholarship

Total: $100 ($200)

 

Javazier Walker X

Leadership Scholarship $100 ($200)

 

Kennadi Walker

Tiger Academic Scholarship $400

Leadership Scholarship $100

Total: $500 ($1,000)

 

ITAWAMBA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Crista Wilson 

Academic Scholarships $2900

Softball Scholarship $2900

Total: $5,800 ($11,600)

 

EAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Carys Goodwin

Opportunity Scholarship

Softball Scholarship

Total: $3,900 ($7,800)

 

Jack Taylor

Baseball Scholarship

$3,740 ($7,400)

 

BASE CAMP CODING ACADEMY

Abigail Usener ($15,000)

 

BLUE MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

Andrew Ayala

Academic Scholarship

Cross Country Scholarship

Total: $13,000 ($52,000)

 

Brisanda Luna Lopez

Academic Scholarship

Archery Scholarship

Total: $7,000 ($28,000)

 

SAMFORD UNIVERSITY

Cate Rivers Shipp

Crosland Scholarship

Davis Scholarship

Total: $19,100 ($76,400)

 

FURMAN UNIVERSITY

George Davis

James B. Duke Scholarship

Total: $70,640 ($282,560)

 

FREED-HARDEMAN UNIVERSITY

Tyson Behel

Merit Scholarship

Russo Scholarship

Lads2Leaders Scholarship

Total: $13,000 ($46,000)

 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH ALABAMA (UNA)

Chase Drewery

Computing Excellence Scholarship

Honors Program Scholarship

Total: $22,018 ($88,072)

 

Erika Hart

Opportunity Scholarship

Total: $1,500 ($6,000)

 

Andrew Shirley

Presidential Scholarship

Presidential Housing Scholarship

Tennessee Valley Authority Scholarship

Total: $14,960 ($59,840)

 

MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY

Mary Liddon Archie

Freshman Academic Excellence Scholarship

Colvard Future Leader Scholarship

Old Main Scholarship

Total: $6,500 ($26,000)

 

Owen Cox

Freshman Academic Excellence Scholarship

Colvard Future Leader Scholarship

Total: $3,000 ($12,000)

 

Katie Beth Fulghum

Freshman Academic Excellence Scholarship

Colvard Future Leader Scholarship

Old Main Scholarship

AICE Diploma Scholarship

Total: $8,500 ($34,000)

 

Luke Mitchell

Freshman Academic Scholarship

Old Main Scholarship

Key Club Scholarship

Total: $4,250 ($17,000)

 

Grace Monaghan

Freshman Academic Excellence Scholarship

Colvard Future Leader Scholarship

AICE Merit Scholarship

Key Club Scholarship

Total: $9,750 ($36,750)

                                                                       

THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI

Jordan Biggs

Robert P. Scott Scholarship

Mississippi First Scholarship

Ole Miss Opportunity Scholarship

Eagle Scout Scholarship

Total: $11,631 ($46,524)

 

Callie Burns

Robert P. Scott Scholarship

Mississippi First Scholarship

Total: $7,000 ($28,000)

 

Aubrey Davis

Robert P. Scott Scholarship

Academic Merit Scholarship

1848 Scholarship

AICE Diploma

Total: $9,500 ($38,000)

 

Ava Harris

Robert P. Scott Scholarship

Academic Merit Scholarship

1848 Scholarship

Total: $11,010 ($44,040)

 

Reagan Houston

Academic Merit Scholarship

LuckyDay Success Scholarship

1848 Scholarship

AICE Diploma

Total: $11,000 ($44,000)

 

Deidra Jones

Ole Miss Opportunity

Total: $4,837 ($19,348)

 

Penn Majors

Robert P. Scott Scholarship

Total: $4,000 ($16,000)

 

Carys Melvin

Academic Merit Scholarship

Ole Miss Opportunity Scholarship

1848 Scholarship

Total: $12,231 ($48,924)

 

Brooklyn Mills

Robert P. Scott Scholarship

Academic Merit Scholarship

1848 Scholarship

Total: $7,000 ($28,000)

 

Belle Mitchell

Robert P. Scott Scholarship

Total: $4,000 ($16,000)

 

Tiffany Nhek

Academic Merit Scholarship

LuckyDay Success Scholarship

1848 Scholarship

AICE Diploma

Eminent Scholars

Total: $18,000 ($72,000)

 

Julian Prather

Academic Merit Scholarship

Ole Miss Opportunity Scholarship

Total: $12,231 ($48,924)

 

Gregory Spencer

Football Manager Scholarship (Amt TBD)

 

Jaleah Walker

Robert P. Scott Scholarship

Academic Merit Scholarship

Chancellor’s Leadership Scholarship

Gannett Freedom Forum Scholarship

1848 Scholarship

AICE Diploma

Total: $12,900 ($51,600)

 

Zorun Wimsatt

Robert P. Scott Scholarship

Total: $4,000 ($16,000)

                                                           

The valedictorian will be awarded approximately $6,000 in additional scholarship funds and the salutatorian will receive approximately $4,000.

The Class of 2022 has been offered well over $1,000,000 in scholarships and tuition expenses. We are very proud of all of the academic success of all of these students and we wish them the best as each of them forge into the future and take this important step to further their education.