Northview High School Class Of 2019 Graduates

May 19, 2019

The 105 members of the Northview High School Class of 2019 graduated Saturday.

“First, we must look up. The Bible says the fear of the Lord the beginning of wisdom,” Salutatorian Seth Killam told the class. “Our education we received and look to receive is a valuable tool, but is useless if you do not keep God in our lives. I believe God has a plan for each of our lives. With the stress and distractions of this life, it can be easy to lose focus.”

“Second, look to each other…no man is an island. I know Delaney and I can both say we would not be up here without all of my classmates I study with, and the support and encouragement we give each other,” he continued. “Third, don’t look back but never forget.

“Our journey is only just beginning today. We have the rest of our lives before us to choose greatness,” Valedictorian Delaney Reynolds said.

“Be strong and of good courage, do not fear nor be afraid of them; and for the Lord your God, He is the One who goes with you. He will not leave you nor forsake you,” she added, quoting from Deuteronomy.

Editor’s note: Look for more photos, including individual graduate photos, this week on NorthEscambia.com.

School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas praised the Class of 2019 for their  numerous academic and athletic accomplishments, and for earning over $550,000 in scholarship money.

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The Northview High School Class of 2019 graduates were:

Summa Cum Laude (4.0 GPA and above)

Sara Delaney Reynolds (Valedictorian)
Seth Hammac Killam (Salutatorian)
Lexxi Olivia Baggett
Jacob Wolf Borelli
Ashtyn Brooke Carnley
Logan Wade Chavers
Justin Alan Cruce
Rebecca Nicole Dunn
Dalton Dewayne Hamilton
Ashlan Kaile Harigel
Tanner Brett Levins
Olivia Grace Porter
Valen Taylor Shelly
Aaliyah Raquel Tucker

Magna Cum Laude (3.85 GPA and above)
Austin Joshua Adams
Marissa Skye Bullington
Rebecca Lynn Diamond
Brooke Emory Doolittle
Mikayla Payton Jeneske
Gabrielle Faith Nichole Kline
Aubree Grace Love
Lance Taylor McLaughlin
Alexander Jesse McMinn
Gabbrielle Elizabeth Peebles
Lydia Grace Smith

Cum Laude (3.5 GPA and above)
Rebekah Mae Amerson
Dalton Lamar Brown
Kendall Madison Enfinger
Tyler Malik Jackson
Kherstin Simone Johnson
Keegun Patrick Johnston
Margaret Alexandra Lane
Jessie Hayden McCall
Andria Zy’Kia Odom
Brandon Lee Santos
Robert Lee Hyle Worden Jr.

Marching In Alphabetical Order
Michiko Nachell Abraham
Bristol Cade Allen
Susannah Rena Amerson
Emily Rochelle Andress
Isaak Nathan Armstrong
Chanalei Muafono Auelua
Ja’quan Tyrell Barton
Shelby Lynn Bashore
Destiny Denise Braddock
Kaina Chyanne Brantley
Gracieann Marie Bray
Latavia Antanette Brown
Jacob Levy Bryant
Colby Durane Burkett
Rayvon DeShawn Bush
Kathlynn Grayson Bush
Matthew Paul Caine
Crystalyn Rayne Daly
Brandon Evan Dean
Crystal Laniece Douglas
Justin Ivan Elliott
Hannah Lynne Ellis
Alabama Rose Gilley
Colby Shane Graham
Anthony James Harrelson
Tori Gayle Herrington
Charity Josephine Johnson
Joseph Thomas Johnson
Shelby Faith Kizer
Cameron Aidan Long
Margaret A McCauslin
McKayla Noell McConathy
Jacob Wayne McCullough
Hannah Donaille Merchant
Daniel Lamar Merit
Jackson Stewart Moore
Noah James Moore
Jarius Jamichael Moorer
Hunter Patrick Moseley
Madison Blair Nassar
Sarah Gabrielle Nelson
Jazmine Alexandria Norman
Maxwell Sterling Odom
Wyatt Mason Oliver
Memory Kay Peebles
Dylan Dean Peters
Zachary Thomas Prosser
Paige Marie Roberts
Sabrina Ann Rolin
Billy Ray Rolin
Samantha Nicole Roux
John Kevin Salter
Ryan Thomas Sconiers
Jarreth Patrick Scott
Olivia Paige Seals
Madison Alyssa Sherouse
Courtney-Ann Evelyn Smith
Isis Imani Smith
Julia Elizabeth Sorrell
Travis Lee Sutton
Jaquarius Tiquan Thomas
Nicholas Paul Venable
Xaviar Terrel Washington
Kolton Lane Watson
Starla Rae Weaver
Taylor Ray Wilson
Hunter Santo Zisa

Also graduating, but not walking in Saturday’s ceremony, were Austin Emmanuel Walker and Charles Ian Williamson.

NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.

Comments

6 Responses to “Northview High School Class Of 2019 Graduates”

  1. Annmarie Bray on May 20th, 2019 10:21 am

    We are so proud of all of the Class of 2019, but especially proud of our beautiful daughter Gracieann Bray. So proud of you Baby Girl!!

  2. Bonnie Exner on May 20th, 2019 10:06 am

    CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL NHS GRADUATES..YOU ARE NOW ON YOUR WAY TO BECOMING SUCCESSFUL YOUNG ADULTS..REMEMBER TO TAKE CARE OF ONE ANOTHER AND PROTECT THIS CRAZY PLANET..AS CAPT.CODE SAID..AND I QUOTE..” IT’S THE HEART THAT COUNTS”!!!

  3. Matt Sullivan on May 19th, 2019 10:34 pm

    Congratulations to all. Very intelligent group of young men and women. Shout out to our Varsity softball Lady Chiefs, Valen, Lydia, Kendall, Tori, Aubree and Makayla. I will miss watching all of you girls play. It’s been such a big part of our family’s life watching and supporting you young ladies. We wish all of you the very best in your future. We love you all.

  4. Gayle Weaver on May 19th, 2019 8:48 am

    So very proud of each of the class. The Class of 2019 is a wonderful collection of great and loving students who will make our communities and country a better place. Go 2019 Chiefs!

  5. ThePreachersWife on May 19th, 2019 7:59 am

    We are proud of our two girls. We love you Memory and Gabbie. Papa and Nana.

  6. Williwonka on May 19th, 2019 6:04 am

    A very impressive class. Congratulations to ever one.





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