Education Foundation Honors the Top of the 2010 Class

The Lynchburg City Schools Education Foundation partnered with the Lynchburg City School Division to host the Senior Honors Recognition Dinner on Wednesday, June 2, 2010 in the Lynchburg College Ballroom. The dinner honored the top fifteen seniors from E.C. Glass High School and the top fifteen seniors from Heritage High School for their superior academic accomplishments. The theme of this year’s program was “Building Schools…Building Futures” and was supported, in part, by lead sponsors, Dominion Seven Architects and JE Jamerson & Sons, Inc. Administrators from the two high schools along with Lynchburg City School Board members, Education Foundation Trustees, and members of the Lynchburg City Council attended the event. In addition, each honored senior invited his/her parents/guardians as well as a teacher who has had a lasting impact on the student’s life. Students are individually recognized and receive a certificate honoring their success.

This year’s list of honorees:

E.C. Glass High School: Katherine Agnew, William Fletcher Baldwin, Blair Blanchette, Taylor Brittin, Hannah Crowder, Derek Gale, Nicole Gerlich, Robert Lambeth, Ashlyn McCurley, Martin Jordan Minot, Sami Natour, Amber Osinga, Muntasir Rahman, Helen Sydnor, John Taylor

Heritage High School: Tiffany Anderson, Danielle Coradazzi, Christal Davis, Kourtney Deacon, Joshua Gaston, Hannah Green, Lewis Hudson, Lauren Jaminet, Robert Jones, PJ Locascio, Victoria Meadows, Ryan Reynolds, Jesse Patterson, Devanshi Ashok Shah, Austin Walker

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