2021 BCHS Honor Grads

Brooks County High School Principal Chris Chastain proudly announces the Honor Graduates of the Class of 2021:  Vanessa, Carreon, Tessa Crews, Tatyana Dawson, Mariam Duarte Marcia, Kimberly Gonzales, Dakota Goodrum, Arthur Grant, Dennis Griffin, Tamia Hadley, Makayla Jordan, Joseph Leverett, Shelby Luckado, Tellisa Massey, Christian McCrea, Amari Miller, Arianna Newkirk, Colby Pierce, Indiana Renfroe, Jeremiah Wakefield, J’Shanti Watkins, and Megan Williford. Honor graduate status is determined through the third grading period of the senior year of high school. Students must have a 90 or above academic class rank GPA or have an academic class rank GPA of 85 with at least six Honors, Dual Enrollment or AP credits. An academic GPA includes all math, science, social studies, language arts, and world language courses. The top academic average of the determined honor graduates is named Valedictorian and the second highest average earner is the Salutatorian. The top seniors in the graduating class of 2021 are Indiana Renfroe who was named Valedictorian and J’Shanti Watkins who was named Salutatorian.  During the ceremony, Mr. Chastain announced Amari Miller as STAR student and Ms. Anya Cain as STAR teacher. The Brooks County High School class of 2021 will participate in a commencement ceremony on May 28 at 5:45 p.m. in the BCHS gymnasium.