Best Of The Class Of 2019 Honored From Escambia High Schools

April 26, 2019

The top students from the Class of 2019 from Escambia County’s high schools were recognized Thursday night as the Escambia County Public Schools Foundation hosted the 2019 Senior Academic Awards program at Washington High School.

The Senior Academic Awards recognized outstanding academic achievement, represented by the top five students from each school with the highest GPAs at the end of the first semester of their senior year and the top student from each of the six academic disciplines. Students received a personalized medallion and a Congressional certificate.

Honorees are listed below under a photo from each school, scroll down, click to enlarge.

Escambia High School
Ava Alfaro-Barber – Top Five
Cameron Downey – Top Five
Angel Goldsby – Top Five
Laney Jernigan – Top Five
Austin Skinnner – Top Five
Sydney Helms – Career & Technical
Kara Muscha – English
Alena Freyhofer – Foreign Language
Jha’Keariyon Wright – Math
Niki Correa – Science
Hannah Aman – Social Studies

Northview High School
Rebecca Nicole Dunn – Top Five
Mikayla Payton Jeneske – Top Five
Seth Hammac Killam – Top Five
Sara Delaney Reynolds – Top Five
Valen Taylor Shelly – Top Five
Ashlan Kaile Harigel – Top Five (early graduate)
Gabrielle F.N. Kline – Career & Technical
Bristol Cade Allen – English
Olivia Grace Porter – Foreign Language
Aaliyah R. Tucker – Math
Austin J. Adams – Science
Justin Alan Cruce – Social Studies

Pensacola High IB Program
Fairchild M. Davis – Top Five
Jacob P. Ferris – Top Five
Gorham D. Partington – Top Five
Ami A. Patel – Top Five
Connor R. Zameska – Top Five
Zachary O. Sahin – Career & Technical
Minh Kieu Thi Tran – English
Parker G. Beverly – Foreign Language
Andrew J. Penton – Math
Andre C. Archer – Science
Savannah Jayne – Social Studies
Reid Harwell – National Merit Finalist
Allee McDonald – National Merit Finalist
Ami Patel – National Merit Finalist
Lillian Wiggins – National Merit Finalist

Pensacola High School
Caitlin Abigail Jennings – Top Five
Liam Ross Kennedy – Top Five
Olivia C. Overvold – Top Five
Richard A. Pope – Top Five
Ifasade Elewa White – Top Five
Kaelynn A. Tanksley – Career & Technical
Adam Jeffrey Davis – English
Anselma Antonio – Foreign Language
Reid M. Sellars – Math
J’Rod Ja’Lynn Nobles – Science
Maya Willliams – Social Studies

Pine Forest High School
Katherine Marie Lupton – Top Five
Noelle E. Matzinger – Top Five
Khanh Quoc Nguyen – Top Five
Jacob Anthony Ward – Top Five
Zialynn M. Wilson – Top Five
Noah Drake Miller – Career & Technical
Kaylie R. McKinney – English
Brianna J. Peters – Foreign Language
Michael D. Gibson – Math
DeAndre T. Williams – Science
Jose Adrian Guerra – Social Studies

Tate High School
Lauren Li Brown – Top Five
John David Dixon – Top Five
Jazmine M. Endress – Top Five
Aaron H. Harberson – Top Five
Briana E. Sabin – Top Five
Jordana R. Jernigan – Career & Technical
Kyler Jayce Nielsen – English
Michael McPherson – Foreign Language
William A. Burns – Math
Bradley Troy Edgar – Science
Cassilyn Owens – Social Studies

Booker T. Washington High School
Kate Bradley – Top Five
Addison Cronk – Top Five
Julia O’Sullivan – Top Five
Walker Parra – Top Five
Johnny Austin Thompson – Top Five
Samuel Jackson – Career & Technical
Kody Kimberl – English
Madeline McCulley – Foreign Language
Joshua Fortune – Math
Jacob Paullin – Science
Madeline Markham – Social Studies

West Florida High School
Maxwell Alderman – Top Five
Mackenzie Schmidt – Top Five
Sara Siler – Top Five
Sage Spiess – Top Five
Phillip Washburn – Top Five
Jasmine Paynter – Career & Technical
Hannah Grace Smith – English
Kaylee Beasley – Foreign Language
Jonathan Hestres- Rivera – Math
Jordan Randall – Science
Sarah Gontarski – Social Studies

NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.

Comments

One Response to “Best Of The Class Of 2019 Honored From Escambia High Schools”

  1. Sharon Davis on April 26th, 2019 9:54 am

    Congratulations to a fine young lady, Katie Lupton! You have a bright future ahead!
    All of these hardworking students should be proud. It is quite an accomplishment!





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