Senior Scholars are recognized for their outstanding academic achievements

97 district students are recognized as Senior Scholars
Posted on 05/27/2021
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, May 27, 2021

97 district students are recognized as Senior Scholars

BEAUFORT – The Beaufort County School District will honor 97 high school students as Senior Scholars for their outstanding academic achievements.

The scholars will be recognized during a pre-recorded Facebook Live ceremony that will premiere for viewing on the district’s Facebook page at 6:00 p.m. on May 27, 2021.  The ceremony can also be watched on the district’s YouTube channel.

Senior Scholars are students who have maintained a cumulative 3.5 grade-point average or higher, are ranked in the top 10 percent of their graduating classes, and earned the equivalent of a 3.5 GPA in all quarters of their high school courses.

“We’re tremendously proud of what these outstanding students have accomplished during their high school years, and we’re confident their successes will continue as they move forward,” said Superintendent Frank Rodriguez.

This year’s Senior Scholars are (listed by school):

Battery Creek High – Isabelle Nichole Davis, Ajane' Bernice Jones, Lukas Reagan Kinsey, Emily Grace Moore, Dallin Jensen Morgan, Allie Leeanne Nettles, MacKenna Lynn Pratt, Ashley Lauren Sanders, Luke Taylor Sanders, Myra La'neilia Smith, Thien Dang Tran, Cadence Mae Gillaspie, and Georgia Rose McManigle.

Beaufort High – Marlon Lawrence Belden, Matthew Waters Bornscheuer, Abigail Brosnan Chiaviello, Grace Clare Cunningham, Olivia Lauren Giammona, Caleb Ernest Henry, Zoe Faith Pejsa, Daniel James Phares, Abbie Stewart Pollitzer, Jacob Joshua Schatzle, and Molly Gabriela Smith.

Bluffton High – Courtney Paige Balerna, Kelsey Alexis Buck, Kylie Eliz Cao, Nicholas Alexander Cunningham, Anna Michelle Daugherty, Karina Dorris, Arianna Geraldine Escalona Sanchez, Caroline Grace Hager, Margaret Olivia Hager, Grace Anne Kennedy, Adam Jeffrey Kent, Owen Scott Mehle, Rachel Riddle, Nathalia Celeste Roca, Penelope Roman Gomez, Domiano Franis Vicaro, and Jenna Sandie White.

Hilton Head Island High – Oliver Peter Allbon Bennett, Hayden Christopher Bird, Mckenzie Marie Dempsey Bradley, Mary Carlen Brockman, Thomas Cohen Bruner, Kara Ann Clark, Thomas Henry Hughson, Joseph David Hutchinson, Damon Kekai Kenny, Niklas Bruce Kronlein, Julia Ashton Kubec, Anna Cabanne Kurtz, Rachel Nicole Martin, Sarah Natalie Neville, Sarah Laine Ocampo, Alexis Anna Olivolo, Ashna Kalpesh Patel, Claire Jun Sanford, Mia Elizabeth Sinkiewicz, Mackenzie Lyda Starnes, Kathleen Anabel Watts, Julia Morgan Willey, and Zoe Ann Williams.

May River High – Samantha Nahomi Aguero, Jordan Alexis Bigham, Addison Grace Black, Oriana Allysha Bolds, Elizabeth Faye Bradford, Emma Caroline Drury, Emily Faye Eicherly, Taylor Gilmore, Lizbeth Huizar Ornelas, Mackenzie Ann Kronimus, Benjamin Hanks Marler, Lara Elizabeth Mitchell, Madison Rose Nunez, Hannah Kate Parson, Lucy Olivia Raisch, Amelie Ratliff, Emily Danae' Rivard, Quintin James Rowley, Keegan Joshua Ryan, Andrew David Swanson, Anthony Gerard Tarulli, Luke Christopher Whitis, Kylie Jasmin Wilkin, Annamarie Elizabeth Wynne, Gracie Marie Wysong, and Margaret Elaine Zendzian.

Whale Branch Early College High – Ja'Zayah Na'shay Henry, Maleeah Janay Parker, Genisis Kalia Pratt, Jaylen Javon Roberts, Henry Geovany Tome' Carcamo, William Kade Wilson, and Kevona Deaysha Young.