Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Congratulations to the DeKalb County School Students Selected For the
2016 Governor's Honors Program


Victoria Armstrong-Mensah DeKalb School of the Arts Visual Arts
Yusuf Azizi Cross Keys High School Social Studies
Sharadindu Biswas Chamblee Charter High School Engineering ( Design)
Natalie Clark Dunwoody High School Communicative Arts
John Courtney Lakeside High School Engineering (Mechanical)/Mechatronics)
Kefai Debebe Clarkston High School Social Studies
Brian Hanks Dunwoody High School Mathematics
Elise Harwell Tucker High School Social Studies
Casey Herring DeKalb School of the Arts Visual Arts
Christopher Hoang Tucker High School Communicative Arts
Clare Hunter Lakeside High School Engineering (Software)
Ria Joshi Dunwoody High School World Languages (Spanish)
Brian Kang Chamblee Charter High School Mathematics
Seaira Lett Druid Hills High School World Languages (Spanish)
Ava Maalouf DeKalb School of the Arts Music: Voice: Alto
Manav Mathews Chamblee Charter High School World Languages (German)
Mia Matrazzo Chamblee Charter High School Visual Arts
Erin McDuffie Dunwoody High School Communicative Arts
Mary McKean Lakeside High School Visual Arts
Mia Mercaldo Lakeside High School Dance
Rohan Narendra Dunwoody High School Social Studies
Isabella Sadek Chamblee Charter High School Engineering (Design)
Sakshi Sehgal Chamblee Charter High School World Languages (German)
Isabel Wargowsky Lakeside High School Science
Robert Watson Dunwoody High School Communicative Arts
Corey Williams Chamblee Charter High School Music: Music Brass: Trumpet
Catherine Willingham Chamblee Charter High School Music: Woodwind:Bassoon
Ryan Wirtz Dunwoody High School Social Studies
Benjamin Wolfson Chamblee Charter High School Science
Erin Woo Chamblee Charter High School Communicative Arts

Click the following link to view all students selected for the 2016 Governor's Honors Program: https://gosa.georgia.gov/sites/gosa.georgia.gov/files/2016%20GHP%20Finalists%20Posting.pdf

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for posting this! Sadly, this still hasn't been posted on the DCSD website. I would have thought that the Communications Team would be eager to post good news as soon as possible. Congratulations to all of the students.

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