C-A students recognized at Honors Night

National Honor Society Officers were among many students receiving recognition at the C-A Honors Night Program.

National Honor Society Officers were among many students receiving recognition at the C-A Honors Night Program.

FLINT TWP. – Announcing scholarship awards with a total value of $3.727,480,

Carman-Ainsworth Schools recognized its best and brightest students at the annual Honor Night Program last week.

Held in the high school auditorium, the event is designed to highlight student achievement and service. Of the 280 students in the Class of 2018, nearly half of them -128- received special recognition during the program.

Garbed in their newly acquired caps and gowns, 26 seniors were recognized with gold cords and highest honors for achieving a grade point average of 3.80 and above. Thirty-one seniors were presented gold cords for achieving grade point averages of 3.50 to 3.79. Fiftyeight students received silver cords for achieving grade points averages of 3.0 to 3.49.

Three students recognized for a cumulative 4.0 were Natalie Cook, Carson Koegel and Jacob Yost.

Six students were inducted into the C-A Academic Hall of Fame, earning a permanent spot on display at the high school. They are Karla Bell, Kate McGilvery, Natalie Cook, Jayyid Wafiy, Carson Koegel and Jacob Yost.

Sixteen students were added to the C-A Athletic Wall of Fame.

The program also included numerous scholarship announcements including the Elga Credit Union Scholarship, the Mott Community College Trustees Leadership Scholarship, the Mott Community College STEM Scholars, the EFA Scholarship, Clingman Foundation Scholarship, Linda Lee Reynolds Art Scholarship, Joe Johnson Scholarship, Steven S. Somers Scholarship, Earl W. Jones Jr. Memorial scholarship, the Paul Yunker Scholarship and the Zane H. Stein Memorial Scholarship.

Also recognized were the Saginaw Valley League Scholar Athletes of the Year, the C-A Athletes of the Year, the Genesee Valley Rotary Student of the Year.

Student Council Leadership Honors went to Jada Black, Mykala Brooks, Chante’ Boyd and Brittany Young.

Chante’ Boyd also was recognized at the Career/Technical Educate (CTE) Student of the Year.

Evangelina Dang received he American Red Cross HOSA Scholarship.

Vocal Director Faith Yassick presented Vocal Music Awards to Sierra Lara and Brynna Rodgers and the Director’s Cup Award o Margaret Macksood.

Drama Director Delynne Miller presented Excellence in Theater Awards to David Guster and Azariah Frye-Crowder.

Music Director Benjamin Jones presented the Director’s Award to Carson Koegel; the Jason Bone Memorial Award to China Sanders; the John Philip Sousa Musicianship Award to Mackenzie Cunningham; the National School Orchestra Award to Shaelyn Maguffee; the Leonard Bernstein Musicianship Award to Kate McGilvery and the Martin Music Scholarship to Shaelyn Maguffee and China Sanders.

Griffin Rousseau received the Eagle Scout Award. Carson Koegel received the Outstanding Member of the National Honor Society Award. He served at the NHS president.

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