Education Foundation Recognizes the Top Seniors from the Class of 2016

The 12th Annual Senior Honors Recognition program and dinner was held on, May 1, 2016 to recognize thirty of Lynchburg City Schools’ top academic (GPA) students. Fifteen E. C. Glass and fifteen Heritage High School students were honored. Students could invite two family guests as well as a teacher from his/her K-12 educational experience who had a lasting impact on the student’s life. Also attending were school board members, Foundation trustees, school administrators, and representatives from our sponsoring colleges and universities.

Geoffrey Kershner, Executive Director of the Academy Center for the Arts and area graduate who has chosen to return to our community and make Lynchburg his home, provided an amusing but insightful keynote address for our young graduates to help prepare these students for the next phase of their education. Students were individually recognized and received a certificate honoring their success. 

E.C. Glass High School: Isabel Caprise, Holly Carrington, Rebecca Cate, Mercer Craighill, Maggie Doyle, Elizabeth Driskill, Marshall Driskill, Dez Heal, Spencer Kayes, Samuel G. LeFew, Zachry Martin, Luc N. Mortemousque, Sarah Ashley Phillips, Jake W. Smith, Taylor Tsoleas

Heritage High School:  Nikita Andreikin , Ebenezer Barar, Aaron Burstein, Aliyah Decker, John Jaminet, Christiana Link, Lakin Paige McLaughlin, Dan Nguyen, Heran Petal, Jonathan Polk, Michael James Rees, Diamond Rosser, Mansi Shah, Eric W. Taylor, Momna Zainab

Top Seniors from the Class of 2016

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

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

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