GHS Senior Night 2019

Last night’s Senior Night at Greenville High School was a huge success! The Class of 2019 raked in the awards, cords, and scholarships! These students certainly have a bright future ahead of them and we can’t wait to see what they accomplish next!

The Class of 2019 was led in by the Valedictorian, Alexandria Amos, and the Salutatorian, Melissa Rodriguez

Opening remarks by Nykeshia Alexander

Class of 2019 Honor Graduates (from left to right): Alexandria Amos, Erieonyia Williams, Ashley Farley, Tanijah Reeves, Natalie Marlow, Joshua Marchman, and Melissa Rodriguez

Students who received the highest class averages 1st and 2nd semester:

British Literature: Quentin Martin and Alyssa Howard
Journalism: Alexandria Amos
Advanced Mathematical Decision Making: Quentin Martin
Human Anatomy: Alyssa Howard
Zoology: Quentin Martin
Economics: Nykeshia Alexander and Alexandria Amos
Occupational Safety and Fundamentals of Construction: Mauricia Woodard
Work-Based Learning: Sade Reaves

Seniors on the A/B Faculty Honor Roll

Seniors on the All A’s Principal’s Honor Roll

Ms. Dawn Woodard, CTAE Director for the Meriwether County School System, recognizing seniors who completed a CTAE pathway

The students pictured above completed a CTAE pathway in General Management. Students pictured are (from left to right): Bailee Merritt, Isaiah Glanton, and Brian Huaracha

Seniors who participated in the Dual Enrollment Program — these students took at least one college course at West Georgia Technical College

Seniors who participated in the Work-Based Learning Program

Brian Huaracha received the DECA Leadership Award and is one of three state-wide finalists to receive a $1,000 scholarship from the DECA Organization

Senior Band Students (from left to right): Alexandria Amos, Sade’ Reaves, Erieonyia Williams, Torey McCord, and Ashleigh Character

Students with Awesome Attendance (from left to right): Erieonyia Williams, Isaiah Glanton, Alexandria Amos, and Torey McCord

Senior Class Officers (from left to right): Ashley Farley (Parliamentarian), Nykeshia Alexander (Historian), Jamorris Alford (Treasurer), Sade’ Reaves (Vice President), Erieonyia Williams (President), and Melissa Rodriguez (Secretary)

Senior Yearbook Staff (from left to right): Sade’ Reaves, Nykeshia Alexander, Ashley Farley, Bailee Merritt, and Erieonyia Williams

Distinguished Gentlemen (from left to right): Isaiah Glanton, Quentin Martin, and Steven Matthews

Distinguished Ladies & Gentlemen (from left to right): Sade’ Reaves, Bailee Merritt, Erieonyia Williams, Isaiah Glanton, Quentin Marin, and Steven Matthews

Senior Beta Club Members (from left to right): Tanijah Reeves, Erieonyia Williams, and Sade’ Reaves

Varsity Academic Team Members (from left to right): Ashley Farley, Alexandria Amos, and Brian Huaracha

Seniors who participated in the Morehouse Educational Talent Search Program

Quentin Martin was recognized for completing a Warehouse Training Course at Roosevelt Warm Springs

Seniors who served as front office or media center assistants

Tanijah Reeves received a $1,000 scholarship from the GHS Class of 1993

Tanijah Reeves received a $500 scholarship from Southcrest Bank

Erieonyia Williams received a scholarship from the Distinguished Ladies Organization

Tanijah Reeves received a scholarship from the GHS Class of 1991

Ashley Farley and Tanijah Reeves received the 2019 Pope Legacy Scholarship

Recipients of the Frank and Betty Gooden Estes Scholarship (from left to right): Erieonyia Williams, Tanijah Reeves, Alexandria Amos, and Natalie Marlow. This scholarship is worth up to $12,000 — $3,000 per year, and students can reapply for the scholarship every year for up to four years.

Ashley Farley received a scholarship from the GHS Class of 1971

Melissa Rodriguez received a scholarship from the Lions/Leos Club

Alexandria Amos also received a scholarship from the Lions/Leos Club

Recipients of the Taiwan J. Cameron Community Scholarship (from left to right): Ashley Farley, Tanijah Reeves, and Torey McCord

Tanijah Reeves received a $1,500 scholarship from the Clemonts Family Foundation

Torey McCord also received a $1,500 scholarship from the Clemonts Family Foundation

Recitation of the Class Will by Jada Reeves, Tanijah Reeves, and Chloe Lee

Senior Reflections by Erieonyia Williams

Ashleigh Character led the Class of 2019 in the singing of the GHS Alma Mater

Closing Remarks by GHS Principal, Thaddeus Jackson

Closing Dismissal by Jamorris Alford

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