Students Of Year Honored From Each Escambia District School By ECCPTA

April 27, 2022

The Escambia County Council of PTAs and PTSAs held their Student of the Year Awards Tuesday night at Washington High School.

The following students were recognized:


A.K. Suter — Alexa Brooks
Bellview — Elliott Crocker
Beulah — Morgan Fuqua
Blue Angels — Abel Brown-Adams
Bratt — Jeremy Lane Lisenby
Brentwood — Ananda Hall
C.A. Weis — Skylah Jones
Cordova Park — Aaliyah Smith
Ensley — Eva Estrup
Escambia Westgate — Jubal Johnson
Ferry Pass — Aden Khan
Global Learning — Journee Williams
Helen Caro — Xavier Blacksher
Jim Allen — Maddox Mims
Kingsfield — Shaelyn Salter
L.D. McArthur — Jasmine Evans
Lincoln Park — Aiden Major
Longleaf — Kiptyn Crosby
Molino Park — Zanylah Staten
Montclair — Morgan Burnette
Myrtle Grove — Lynx Powell
N.B. Cook — Sklyer Chiasson
Navy Point — Grettel Centeno
O.J. Semmes — Kamiaz Randall
Oakcrest — Thomas Joseph Musick
Pensacola Beach — Lauren Kalb
Pine Meadow — Caleb McCraney
Pleasant Grove — Braiden Morin
R.C. Lipscomb — Carver Quinn
Reinhardt Holm — Derenya Griffin
Scenic Heights — Ma’lik Lee
Sherwood — Cristian West
Warrington — Alyana Pugh
West Pensacola — Keria Nolan


Bellview Middle School — Nhu Hoang
Beulah Academy of Science — Brooklyn Carmack
Beulah Middle — Eleazar East
Brown Barge Middle — Sammy Sells
Ernest Ward Middle — Dallas McCarthy
Escambia Westgate — Elizabeth Jackson
Ferry Pass Middle — Me-Kayla Dixon
J.H. Workman Middle — Addison Cook Rayauna Stokes
Bailey Middle — Isabella Kirk
Ransom Middle — Aveononna Shatina Powe
Warrington Middle — J’Kyla Huff
Success Academy — (did not participate)
Washington High — Shayla Griffin
Henry McMillan School — Marvin Eugene Watts, Jr.
Escambia High — James Wheeler
Escambia Westgate — Aryauni Moultrie
Northview High — Michael Odell Bowen
Pace Center for Girls — Avery Jones
Pensacola High — Nataniel Agustin
Pine Forest High — Amanda Taylor
Tate High — Carter Pitts
West Florida High — Devin Lowell


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