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She was named a cross country team captain and was named Most Improved in She intends to major in Political Science while at Berry. She is also a member of the school record 4xm relay team. While at Creekview, she was a scholar-athlete and an honors graduate while also being involved in Beta Club and C.
She plans to major in Pre-Vet while at Berry.
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A strong middle sprinter, Moore is poised to build upon her times out of high school. Her 1st place finish in helped lead her team to the overall state championship title.
She is a strong academic student-athlete who was dual-enrolled at Berry during her senior year. Morgan sat out what would have been her freshman year at Berry and will join the team and school this fall.
Charis intends to major in exercise science while at Berry. She is the daughter of Mark and Elizabeth Morgan. She comes from a competitive gymnastics background and has helped lead her team to three consecutive top three finishes at the GHSA State Gymnastics Championships.
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She was team captain of both her track and gymnastics teams this past year as well as earning Honors Student Athlete accolades. She intends to major in Nursing while at Berry. She is also the school record holder in both events. In the classroom, Denae was a member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club and was heavily involved in areas such as band, theater, and creative writing club.
She was also a state qualifier in the m, m, long jump, 4x, and 4xm during her career. She was named Team MVP three times during her high school career, including her 8th grade year, and was a team captain last year. Three students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average score of at least 3. About 18 percent of the more than 1. Through 34 different college-level courses and exams, AP provides willing and academically prepared students with the opportunity to earn college credit or advanced placement and stand out in the college admission process.
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Branham attended the National Youth Leadership Forum in engineering and technology. An Eagle Scout, Branham has participated in many school and community activities including the Perry Youth Leadership program, math team, Beta Club, varsity cross country team, green team, culinary arts club, peer tutoring, and chess club.
He is a member of Fort Valley United Methodist Church where he has volunteered in service and ministry projects. He is the son of Judge and Mrs. Bryant Culpepper of Perry. He was a Georgia Governor's Honors participant in the subject area of mathematics and received honorable mention for the Telegraph's Golden Eagle award in mathematics.
He was a member of the varsity wrestling team and served as the student statistician for the varsity football team. Hayes served as a member of the academic bowl team, math team, culinary arts team, and as the founder and co-president of the chess club.
An accomplished pianist, Hayes has played several times at Carnegie Hall, and also as a participant on Westfield's literary team and as the principal pianist for the Macon Symphony Youth Orchestra. He participated in the Pulaski County Youth Leadership program.
Hayes is the son of Mr. Ramsey Way of Hawkinsville. George Branham Culpepper is the son of Judge and Mrs. Branham plans to attend the University of Georgia Honors Program as a Bernard Ramsey scholarship recipient where he will major in Economics. Joshua Todd Kinnebrew is the son of Dr. He has been a member of the Student Council, FCA, math team, football team, and wrestling team, earning both a state and region championship.
During his high school years, he has earned numerous academic excellence awards including the National AP Scholar award, University of Georgia Certificate of Merit, and Golden Eagle nomination in science. Cole Brannen signed a letter of intent baseball with Georgia Southern University, Jordan Hampton signed a letter of intent baseball with Gardner-Webb University, Chandler Dean signed a letter of intent wrestling with Life University, and Logan Bracey signed a letter of intent golf with Andrew College.
Cole earned a varsity letter as an 8th grader at Westfield. During the season at Westfield, he hit seven homeruns and finished the season with a. He earned the best recorded yd dash 6.
He is ranked in the top players nationally by Perfect Game and is ranked the number 16 right-handed pitcher in Georgia. He began wrestling in sixth grade and was a member of the Team Georgia national wrestling team in Logan has received numerous awards in golf.
Branham is a member of the varsity cross country team, Beta Club, and Debate Team, and has received numerous academic achievement honors and awards. Branham plans to attend either the University of Georgia or Davidson College and major in economics and foreign language. Congratulations, Branham and Mrs. Four students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average score of at least 3.
Serving Our Community Students from Pre-K through 12 and faculty, led by our Student Council, joined together to help make Christmas merrier for children from more than 50 families throughout our community as part of the KidsGive program. Westfield and Perry Volunteer Outreach started KidsGive in as a way to help provide Christmas gifts for children. We are pleased to be a part of KidsGive!
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Thank you to these members: Westfield students and faculty donated over cans of cranberry sauce for Perry Volunteer Outreach's Christmas meals for families in our community through a special drive organized by our school's Key Club.
Deborah Walker and art teacher Mrs. Karen Ray, shared their talents to spread Christmas cheer among the patients and residents at Summerhill Senior Living.
The clubs meet twice each month after school. Because childcare is very difficult to arrange for special needs children, the Speech Path offered a few hours of crafts, games, lunch, and a movie so parents could some Christmas shopping or even just rest. On December 16th, our varsity and b-team boys' basketball teams helped Perry Volunteer Outreach pack and distribute these Christmas meals along with the gifts donated through the KidsGive program.