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Henry County Schools 2014 GHP Finalists Named

Group photo of all Henry County Schools GHP Finalists.
Group photo of all Henry County Schools GHP Finalists.
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HENRY COUNTY, GA – Twenty-two Henry County Schools (HCS) finalists were selected to attend the 2014 Georgia Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) at Valdosta State University (VSU). This is the third straight year more than 20 HCS students were selected to participate. The honorees by school and subject are:

Dutchtown High School

Heena Shujauddin - AgriScience – Biotechnology

Joana Cruz - Communicative Arts

Ziara Green - Music – Voice

Eagle’s Landing High School

Cameron Jones - Science – Physics

Juan Williams - Social Studies

Sam Calizo - Math

Sofia Cohilas - AgriScience – Biotechnology

Henry County High School

Jayla Land - AgriScience – Biotechnology

Locust Grove High School

Allie Lovvorn - AgriScience – Environmental

Luella High School

Adesola Thomas - Communicative Arts

Sarah Shepherd - Visual Arts

Ola High School

Jasmine Johnson - Performance

Savannah Caldwell - Communicative Arts

William Crawford - Math

Union Grove High School

Akiel Etienne - AgriScience – Environmental

Dorian Blair - Design

Katherine Hancock - Communicative Arts

Katie Atkinson - Communicative Arts

Neil Hancock - Visual Arts – Theatre

Taylor Duty - Biology

William Mauldin - German

Woodland High School

Marie Durr - AgriScience – Biotechnology

While 2014 is the Fifty-first summer of the program’s existence. It is the First year GHP will be administered by the Governor's Office of Student Achievement (GOSA). In July 2013, Gov. Nathan Deal after being at odds with state School Superintendent John Barge, signed an executive order striping GHP administration from the Georgia Department of Education.

GHP is a residential summer program for gifted and talented rising high school juniors and seniors, and the longest continually running program of its kind in the nation. Nearly 3,000 students interviewed and auditioned on three weekends in January and February, to select approximately 690 participants. The Georgia General Assembly, with no charge to attending students, funds GHP.

Students will arrive at VSU on Sunday, June 22, for four weeks of intense learning activities in their area of nomination in the morning, and their afternoons filled exploring a second area of study. Their evenings are engaged with seminars, activities, concerts, performances, study, and laundry.

For additional information about GHP visit GOSA here. For information on Henry County Schools visit here.

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