Thirty Bartow County students are named 2022-2023 Georgia Governor’s Honors District Nominees!
Congratulations to Adairsville High School students Madison Abernathy (Science: Biology), Darby Adams (Music: Piano), Lilith Affolder (Science: Biology), Ella Baker (Science: Chemistry), James Carnes (Visual Arts), Caroline Gossett (Visual Arts), Kyoshi Harmon (Engineering), Emma Higueras (Mathematics), Braden Mathis (Science: Biology), Skyla Rowland (Mathematics), Michael Spinks (Science: Chemistry), David Tarver (Computer Science), Callie Viktora (Science: Biology), Cass High School students Michelle Lin (World Languages: Chinese), Niah Alexis (World Languages: French), Aubrey Herring (Communicative Arts), Joseph Loh (Communicative Arts), Jayce Bradford (Computer Science), Hayden Mize (Music: Tenor), Damaya Norwood (Music: French Horn), Natalie Tucker (Theatre Performance), Woodland High School students Keeghan Bevars (Science: Biology), Talal Tariq (Mathematics), Kylie Agan (Social Studies), Knox Koontz (Visual Arts), Destiny Sanchez (Visual Arts), Emily Stockinger (Dance), William Doerfler (Music: French Horn), Delany Matthews (Music: Saxophone), and Hannah Willoughby (Music: Soprano).
These intellectually gifted and artistically talented students are now invited to complete an online state-level application by January 11, 2023. The semifinalists selected from that group will have the opportunity to interview or audition at Georgia Southern University on March 11, 2023. Finalists will be announced April 7, 2023.
Upon acceptance, finalists will participate in the elite, four-week, summer residential program at Georgia Southern University starting June 18, 2023. Students will attend classes in the mornings and afternoons in specific areas of study and discover life-changing instructional opportunities not found in a traditional classroom.
“Many of our students advancing in the program were also nominated on the District-level last year,” says GHP Coordinator Paula Camp. “So, this group already has a lot of experience with the application process. I’m confident we will be well represented come June when the finalists make their way to Georgia Southern University to experience a unique summer program that you really have to see to believe.”
The Governor’s Honors Program remains fully funded by the Georgia General Assembly.