Governor's Honors Nominees to be Recognized | Families
HOUSTON COUNTY, GA – Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) nominees will be recognized on Jan. 28, 2013, at Warner Robins High at 6:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served in the café, followed by a recognition ceremony at 6:30 p.m. in the theatre.
Congratulations to the following 56 exceptional tenth and eleventh graders nominated by Houston County schools for the 2013 Georgia GHP:
Houston County High School: Skyler Alexander, Chen-hui Bergl, Colton Berry, Jacob Bodien, Davien Brown, Navin Buxani, Ian Clester, Callie Cook, Shivani Dhir, Brandon Hancock, Payton Horton, Hunter Hufnagel, Joseph Little, Kade Randall, Michael Stewart and Cole Stewart
Northside High School: Natalie Boswell, Jamila Chambers, William Crouch, Robert Gilstrap, Austin Maddox, Alexander Oakley, Peyton Raley, Brianna Roberson and Shelly Vyas
Perry High School: Bethany Brown, Madeline Dannenberg, Delaney Foster, Eli Guidry, Steven Le, Liston Mehserle, Emily Moody, Ryan Oxyer and Jacob Turner
Veterans High School: Leigh Ann Copeland, Levi Davis, Emily Deyton, Divine Francis, Alexander Goldstien, Holder Kristen, Aja Miller, Kahlil Moss, Lindsay Richardson, Amy Rigsby, Clinton Rogers and Tyra Wilson
Warner Robins High School: Camille Bagwell, Katherine Bakrania, Callie Bruce, Abby Butikofer, Carmen Foskey, Brendan Kennedy, Connor Martin, Christopher Millican, Lauren Rossman and Anna Slivka
GHP is a residential instructional program for gifted that offers talented high school juniors and seniors challenging and enriching educational opportunities not usually available during the regular school year. During the four weeks of the summer program, students spend the morning in their major area of nomination, exploring topics not usually found in the regular high school classroom. During the afternoons, students choose one of the other areas in which to study. Evenings are filled with seminars, activities, concerts, and performances.
The 2013 program will be the 50th summer, making it the longest continually running program of its kind in the nation. GHP began in 1964 and is the oldest and largest program of its type in the country. Fully funded by the Georgia General Assembly, it is free of charge to participants.
Warner Robins High is located at 401 South Davis Drive in Warner Robins. For more information, contact the Director of Gifted Education and AP Programs, Jan Jacobsen, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 478-988-6395, ext. 10393.