Education Foundation Recognizes the Top Seniors from the Class of 2014

The 10th Annual Senior Honors Recognition program and dinner was held on, May 4, 2014 to recognize thirty of Lynchburg City Schools’ top academic (GPA) students. Fifteen E. C. Glass and fifteen Heritage High School students were honored. Also attending were parents/guardians, special teacher guests, school board members, Foundation trustees, school administrators, and representatives from Lynchburg’s seven local colleges and universities. Erik Nygaard, a graduate of Lynchburg City Schools, is an engineer with The Babcock & Wilcox Company who has chosen to return to the area and make Lynchburg his home, provided an insightful and often amusing keynote address for our young graduates to help prepare these students with what to expect as they face the next phase of their education.

During the program each student was presented with a Certificate of Academic Excellence signed by the school superintendent and school board chairperson

E. C. Glass High School:  Taylor Allen, John Bowden, Helen Driskill, Samer El-Abd, Sam Fedeler, Amelia Greene, Haley Hiller, Campbell Lowe, Sara Natour, Christopher Olson, Matthew McAden, Sena Roberts, Nathan Super,  Samuel Winters, Hope Wright

Heritage High School:  Kelsey Comerford, Aurora Frejosky, Elijah Gallagher, Deborah Hudson, Kirsty Hughes, Evan Lindsay, Prabdeep Mathone, Alyssa McBeth, Harrison Meade, Judy Nunley, Kayla Peerman, Brittney Terry, Bradley Wetzel, Caitlyn Woodward, Dakota Wright

2014 Senior Honors Recipients

This event is sponsored by Greater Lynchburg’s seven colleges and universities. The Education Foundation extends our sincere appreciation to the following institutions for their commitment and support:

Central Virginia Community College         Centra College of Nursing          Liberty University         Lynchburg College       Randolph College        Seet Briar College        Virginia University of Lynchburg

 

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