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June 3, 2014

Brookwood School Awards Day recognizes student achievements

THOMASVILLE — Awards, scholarships and other recognition went to students in the Upper School at Brookwood on May 13 in a special Awards Day assembly.

Scholastic Leader Awards, named for early supporters of the school, went to the student in each grade with the highest grade point average.

For the 9th grade, Margaret Davis won the Lewis Hall Singletary Award. Aaron Howell and Truman Wright tied for the 10th grade Mr. and Mrs. Langdon S. Flowers Award. Heeth Varnedoe won the 11th grade

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Hines Award, and Allison Stauffer, the 2014 valedictorian, won the Mr. and Mrs. L.B. Harvard Award for the 12th grade.

Stauffer also won three local scholarships during the ceremony – the Wilson L. Nearing Rotary Club Scholarship, the Vance Watt Science Scholarship and an Archbold Auxiliary Scholarship. Madeleine Harrer,

Haleigh Fredericks and Blair Davis also were recipients of the Auxiliary Scholarships.

Kennedy Deaver, the 2014 salutatorian, accepted the Thomasville Antique Show Foundation Fund Scholarship and a Ben Jackson Scholarship. Other

Jackson Scholarship winners are Blair Davis, Tyler Thompson and Hampton Worthey.

Jack and Luke Howard won the Kiwanis Club Scholarship. The Women’s Forum of Thomasville-Thomas County Award went to Eleanor Stubley, who also won the Savannah Singletary Basketball Scholarship.

The Senior GPA Improvement Award went to McKenna Vance. Bradley Clark won the Dr. Charlie Watt Football Scholarship. The Drama Guild

Scholarship went to Melanie Quinton. Madeleine Harrer won the Brookwood Faculty Memorial Scholarship. Trent Griner accepted the McMullian History Scholarship.

The Patricia James Bullock Memorial Scholarship went to Chris Harrell. Maggie Deaver won the Savannah Ramsey Singletary Scholarship.

During the assembly, more than a dozen additional awards were presented and numerous students were recognized for their participation in special events and competitions.

Names of Upper School students were announced for achieving grade point averages of 3.33 or higher to be included in the Headmaster’s List. In addition, those seniors who were graduating with distinction were recognized.

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