Northview High Names 2018 Honors Graduates; Announces $835K In Scholarships

May 18, 2018

Northview High School named their honor graduates Thursday night, as $835,812 in scholarships were announced for the Class of 2018.

Valedictorian of the Class of 2018 is Triston Parker Long, and salutatorian is Sarah Elizabeth Perritt (pictured top).

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Summa Cum Laude (4.0 GPA and above) graduates are, in class rank order:

1.     Triston Parker Long
2.     Sarah Elizabeth Perritt
3.     Hannah Grace Nelson
4.     Tara Faith Windham
5.     Destiny McKenna Watson
6.     Hannah Mascaro
7.     Jacob Andrew White
8.     Anna Belle Barberree
9.    Miracle Breanna Deloach
10.    Kayla Nicole Galvan
11.    Logan Daniel Calloway
12.    Alayna Lauren Brown

Magna Cum Laude graduates (3.85 or higher) are:

13. John Elmer Chivington Jr.
14. Bailee Brianna Hinote

Cum Laude (3.5 and above) graduates are:

15. Jason Riley Fischer
16. Logan Michael Doremus
17. Jarrod Latrell Davison
18. Bria Ashlynn Hardy
19. Laura Abbygale Hammond
20. Braxton Wade Edwards
21. Robin Marie Nahkala
22. Natasha Nykeria Walker

Scholarships were awarded or offered as follows:

Anna Belle Barbarree

  • Escambia Retired Educator’s Association – $1,000
  • Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship – $150
  • PSC Academic – $1,800
  • Bright Futures – Gold Seal Vocational – $2,880
  • Atmore Rotary All Star – $500

Dawson Brown

  • Atmore Rotary All Star – $250

Rhayeshawnna Davidson

  • Johnson & Wales University – FBLA Scholarship – $8,000
  • Johnson & Wales University – Presidential Academic Scholarship – $28,000

Logan Calloway

  • UWF – Academic Merit – $12,000

Alexandra Carter

  • PSC Scholastic Achievement Award – $500

Jarrod Davison

  • Leola Robinson – $250
  • James O. Gordon Schoalrship – $250
  • Strides for Academic Excellence – $500
  • Atmore Rotary All Star – $250

Miracle Deloach

  • Bright Fututres – Florida Medallion Scholar – $9,240
  • UWF -Academic Merit – $16,000

Donnie Dixon

  • George Stone Scholarship – $1,000
  • Northview FFA Alumni – Tommy Weaver Award – $500
  • Tri Cities Volunteers – $1,000

Jason Fischer

  • Take Stock in Children – $12,000
  • University of South Alabama University Scholarship – $14,000
  • Bright Fututres – Florida Medallion Scholar – $9,240
  • Atmore Rotary All Star – $250
  • Zachary Barrow Memorial Scholarship – $1,500
  • UWF – Academic Merit – $12,000

Kayla Galvan

  • Take Stock in Children – $12,000
  • UWF – Academic Merit – $12,000

Austin Ging

  • Bright Futures – Gold Seal Vocational – $2,880
  • Atmore Rotary All Star – $250

Logan Hall

  • Coastal Alabama Theater Sholarship – $12,300
  • Coastal Alabama Book Scholarship – $3,000

John Wesley Hardin

  • George Stone Scholarship – $1,000
  • Northview FFA Alumni – Tommy Weaver Award – $500

Bria Hardy

  • Atmore Rotary All Star – $250

Cole Hassebrock

  • Ruritan Award – $300
  • Northview FFA Alumni – Tommy Weaver Award – $1,000

Bailee Hinote

  • Bright Futures – Florida Academic Scholar – $25,000

Cody Kite

  • Glenn Key Memorial Award – $1,000
  • Jamie Hall Memorial Award – $1,000
  • Northview FFA Alumni – Tommy Weaver Award – $1,000

Triston Long

  • University of Alabama – UA Scholar Scholarship – $90,000
  • Valedictorian Award – United Bank – $500
  • Auburn University – Ceddrick C. Mack Memorial Beacon Leadership Endowed Scholarship – $20,000
  • Auburn University – Spirit of Auburn Founders Scholarship
  • Auburn Universtiy – Lee Moody Endowed Scholarship – $1,000
  • University of West Florida – Merit Scholarship – $20,000
  • Bright Futures – Florida Academic Scholar – $25,000
  • UWF – Academic Merit – $20,000

Hannah Mascaro

  • UWF Academic Merit – $16,000

Hannah Nelson

  • Florida State University – University Freshman Scholarship – $9,600
  • EREC – Hermann Johnson – $4,000
  • Bright Futures – Florida Academic Scholar – $25,000
  • UWF – Academic Merit – $20,000

Lari McCann

  • Take Stock in Children – $12,000

Sarah Perritt

  • University of Alabama – Birmingham – Presidential Recognition Scholarship – $43,440
  • University of South Alabama – Presidential Scholarship – $38,992
  • Mississippi State – Academic Excellence – $24,000
  • University of Mississippi – Academic Excellence – $32,760
  • Salutatorian Award – First National Bank – $300

Orelbis Oscar Rodriguez

  • Bright Futures – CAPE – $2,880
  • Pensacola Civitan – $100

Mary Sanders

  • PSC Music Award – $2,000

Andrew Sharpless

  • Quarterback Club – $500
  • University of South Alabama University Scholarship – $14,000

Fisher Spence

  • Atmore Rotary All Star – $250

Hunter Spence

  • Atmore Rotary All Star – $250
  • Bright Futures – Gold Seal Vocational – $2,880

Evan Till

  • Coastal Alabama Theater Scholarship – $12,300
  • Coastal Alabama Book Scholarship – $3,000
  • International Paper Scholarship – $1,000

Destiny Watson

  • Louisiana State University Tiger Excellence – $48,000
  • Louisiana State University Tiger Nation Scholarship – $13,340
  • Florida Institute of Technology – Panther Fund Schoalrship – $20,550
  • Florida Institute of Technology – LP Whitehead Schoalrship – $5,000
  • University of Oklahoma – $32,000
  • Bright Futures – Florida Academic Scholar – $25,000

Jacob White

  • University of Alabama – Collegiate Scholar Scholarship – $24,000
  • UWF – Academic Merit – $16,000

Madison White

  • Bright Futures- CAPE – 2880
  • Atmore Rotary All Star – 250

Tara Windham

  • Atmore Rotary All Star – 500
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Comments

5 Responses to “Northview High Names 2018 Honors Graduates; Announces $835K In Scholarships”

  1. Peggy & Jim Horton on May 19th, 2018 11:47 am

    Congratulations to all 2018 Northview High School graduates! You have worked hard for this accomplishment and we’re proud of you all!! Anna Belle, PopJim and I are especially proud of your many years of hard work and we’re especially proud that you are being recognized for it!! GO CLASS OF 2018!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Bonnie Exner on May 18th, 2018 10:22 pm

    SO PROUD OF ALL THESE YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN..WE WERE SO PRIVILEGED TO ATTEND AND CONGRATULATION ALL THESE FUTURE LEADERS..PUBLIC EDUCATION IS ALIVE AND WELL IN ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLORIDA!!

  3. Momof3 on May 18th, 2018 5:56 pm

    We are so very proud of the Class of 2018! Your accomplishments are outstanding. Way to go Abby!

  4. Bamanana on May 18th, 2018 8:38 am

    Congratulations to all!

  5. Park & Gail Young on May 18th, 2018 6:47 am

    Congratulations to all of these kids for their years of hard work! Triston…you have worked long and hard to earn this.We are so proud of you!





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