Warren County High School announces award recipients
Warren County High School, which held its graduation ceremony on June 7, has announced recipients of academic honors this year.
The Warren County Educational Foundation Scholarship — $3,000 celebrating the top academic male at Warren County High School, who meets all requirements during four years at the school — went to Britt Robert Cupp. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cupp, he will be attending Virginia Tech in the fall.
Jessica Paige Platter received the Carl and Emily Thompson Charitable Trust Fund, $3,000 awarded to the top academic female at the school for meeting all requirements during four years at the school. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Platter, she will be attending the University of Virginia.
Distinguished Honors students received maroon and gold cords to wear at June 6th’s graduation ceremony, and the Honors Seniors received maroon and silver cords. The students are as follows in alphabetical order:
The following Distinguished Honors seniors, earning a 4.0 GPA or higher, are as follows:
Britt Robert Cupp, Emma Alyson Fox, Kayla Ann Mason Gibbons, Kaitlin Elizabeth Harriman, Kasey Brynn Houser, Kelly McGinnis, Amber Lynn Munger, Cassidy Anne Peregoy, Andrew Tyler Peterson, Jessica Paige Platter, Alba Yamileth Rivera, Emily Anna Rusnak, Caroline Amanda Minuet West and Nicholaus Robert Wheeler.
The following Honors seniors, earning a 3.5-3.99 GPA, are as follows:
Joseph Kyle Adams, James Dunham Godfrey Anderson, Ariel Nicole Asher, Carol Ann Ashley, Kyle Jacob Brewster, David Wayne Cansler Jr., Rachel Marie Cerretani, Nathan Theodore Christman, Carleigh Elizabeth Dillon, Rachel Marie Dominguez, Caitlin Faith Ellmore, Pamala Marie Farley, Jalissa Charmain Ford, Jasmain Cherri Ford, Christen Marie Fusto, Kelsey Marie Gibbons, Victoria Lynn Graham, Timothy Preston Green Jr., Callie Ashlyn Green, Maria Gabrielle Haas, Anjelica Eugenia Hernandez, Nicole Alyson Hutzell, Heather Rose Johnson, Christopher Robert Larsen, Thomas Dewayne Leonard Jr., Allie Mingo, Sarah Denise Most, Shiv Ajay Patel, Tyler Gerrard Post, Courtney Leigh Pullen, Maximilian Joseph Gerard Randolph, Sayeddal Sayed, Kierstan Paige Schwarz, Sommer Love Stacks, Andrew Nguyen Vo, Victoria Corrinne White and Lauren Nicole Wilkins.
The following graduates are planning to enter the armed services:
U.S. Army: Heath Almarode.
U.S. Navy: Ashley Garrett, Rachel Lamb, Dale Meek
U.S. Marines: Nathan Christman, Dylan Davis, Tre’Wines, Jeremy Sewell