Published on Mon., May 6, 2019

The Lynchburg City Schools Education Foundation, Inc. partnered with the Lynchburg City Schools to host a Senior Honors Recognition Program on Sunday, May 5, 2019 in Smith Banquet Hall on the Randolph College Campus. The purpose of the dinner was to honor the top 15 seniors from E. C. Glass High School and the top 15 seniors from Heritage High School for their superior academic accomplishments. The event was attended by administrators from the Lynchburg City Schools along with Lynchburg City School Board members, sponsor representatives, and Lynchburg City Schools Education Foundation Trustees. The program included a keynote address by Lynchburg City Councilman and E. C. Glass High School graduate, Mr. Beau Wright. In addition, each honored senior invited two family guests as well as a special teacher from his/her K-12 educational experience who has had a lasting impact on the student’s life. 

This year’s list of honorees: 

E. C. Glass High School: Margaret Gladieux, Sara Greene, Lila Hutchison, Katie Kauppi, Margaret Kicklighter, Meg Lloyd, Benjamin McCarthy, Eliza Mitchell, Kate O’Connell, Marina Pantner, Claire Podosek, Chloe Seng, John “Drew” H. Sorrells, Minahil Syed, Zoe Winters

Heritage High School: Debora Chagas, Jaylin Davis, Jasmine Ellis, Samuel C. Ford, Megan Hack, Joshua Howard, Sha’mya Jones, Abigail Kirkwood, Ellie Matthews, Teresa Michael, Taylor Murphy, Ethan Royal Page, Frederick Smallshaw, Anirudh Venkanagari, Ivy Wheaton

High school students standing on building steps

This year’s program was supported by our area colleges and universities. The Education Foundation extends our sincere appreciation to the following institutions for their commitment and support:

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

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