Published on Tue., May 16, 2017

The 13th Annual Senior Honors Recognition program and dinner was held on, May 7, 2017 to recognize thirty of Lynchburg City Schools’ top academic graduates based on their GPA. 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 has 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.

Victoria Bartholomew, a 2007 E. C. Glass graduate, realtor with the Flint Property Group, and active community volunteer who has chosen to return to our community and make Lynchburg her home, provided an amusing but insightful keynote address for our young graduates. From tips on the importance of personal financial responsibility to making new friends, Victoria shared 10 bits of wisdom we all wish we had before heading off to college. Students were individually recognized and received a certificate honoring their success.

E. C. Glass High School: Tom Baker, Danny Bass, Lauren Brown, Rachel Cate, Carter Cundiff, Emily Griffin, Mary Katherine Guthrie, Katherine Morse, Madeline Phillips, Melissa Poletti, Nuha Reza, Emily Salmon, Elisabeth Stephens, Lizzie Tugman, Peter Woods

Heritage High School: Rabiea Ashraf, Wajiha Ashraf, Kieran Bowyer, Maya Carter, Sung Min Cho, Gabby Coradazzi, Micah Davis, Julia Finley, Grace Kerelejza, Turner Lee, Indya Page, Wes Smallshaw, Samantha Sullivan, Jasmine Wheaton, Paisley Williams

Senior HOnors recipients pose together

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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