Jaidi Velasquez of Holy Spirit Prep
Holy Spirit Preparatory School senior Jaidi Velasquez will be attending Augusta University, where she plans to be a biology/pre-medical major. Velasquez aspires to be a pediatric surgeon. Photo By Michael Alexander
Sofia Villegas of St. Pius X High School
St. Pius X High School senior Sofia Villegas has earned a gold, silver and bronze medal on the National French Exam. Villegas will be going to the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, where she plans to major in industrial engineering. Photo By Michael Alexander
Jacob Burgess of Our Lady of Mercy H.S.
Our Lady of Mercy High School senior Jacob Burgess has been making live action and animation films since he was eight-years-old. Burgess will be attending Georgia State University as he pursues a degree in film and media. Photo By Michael Alexander
Hannah Jones of Blessed Trinity H.S.
Blessed Trinity High School senior Hannah Jones was introduced to the game of golf by her father when she was five-years-old. It paid off because Jones will be playing golf at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. Although she’s still undecided about her major, it’s likely to be computer science, engineering or physics. Photo By Michael Alexander
Malia Christian of Monsignor Donovan H.S.
Monsignor Donovan High School senior Malia Christian is planning to attend Brenau University in Gainesville. Christian is undecided about a major at this point, but she aims to be an artist, and more specifically a cartoonist. Photo By Michael Alexander
Dominic Piron of Pinecrest Academy
Pinecrest Academy senior Dominic Piron is taking a year off after graduation to serve with the Regnum Christi Mission Corps. After that he will head off to the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta. Piron plans to major in civil engineering. Photo By Michael Alexander
Jack Sullivan of Marist School
Marist School senior Jack Sullivan is going to the University of Georgia, Athens, where he intends to major in finance. After he completes his undergraduate degree, he plans to attend law school so he can one day advocate on behalf of the disabled. Photo By Michael Alexander