Congratulations on a job well done this year!
Travis D Anderson II
A 7th grader at Bay Creek Middle in Grayson, Georgia made the A/B Honor Roll and had Perfect Attendance.
A 5th grader at Callaway Elementary in Riverdale, Georgia made the A/B Honor Roll. William also receive the Leadership Award and was inducted into the National Junior Beta Club.
A 5th grader at Stonewall Tell Elementary in Atlanta, Georgia made the A/B Honor Roll.
A 5th grader from Fort Daniel Elementary in Dacula, Georgia made the Principal’s List. He also plays football for the Mill Creek Hawks who will be going after their 4th championship this year.
Ryan’s dad says: “Before school started, I asked you what goals you wanted to set for yourself and my mind was on football. You flipped it on me and set a goal to make all A’s this school year. Well, you made all A’s and 2 B’s the entire school year, making the Principal’s list in the 1st and 4th Quarters. Me and your mother are very proud of you not because you are an excellent athlete, but because you strive for success in the classroom first! We love you!”
Loving you Forever,
Mommy and Daddy
A 9th grader at First Coast High School in Jacksonville, Florida made the A/B Honor Roll.
“Just a great positive kid to be around. The epitome of student athlete.”
A 1st grader from Edward L. Bouie, Sr. Theme Elementary in Lithonia, Georgia made the Principal’s List.
“Congratulations to our daughter for achieving all As the entire school year. Way to go baby girl. We are so proud of you.”
Michael Brooks, Jr.
A 6th grader from Champion Theme Middle School in Stone Mountain, Georgia made the A/B Honor Roll.
“Congratulations to my son for completing his first year of middle school with all As or Bs for the entire school year. We are proud of you son.”
Alexia made the Principal’s List and is an outstanding student athlete – excelling as a National gymnast, track standout, honors dance and orchestra, community service, and a straight-A student.
Cameron made the Principal’s List and is an outstanding student athlete – excelling in football, basketball, soccer, track, boy scouts, community service, all while being a straight-A student.
Made the A/B Honor Roll
“So proud of you and all of your hard work! Keep up the good work!”
I am so incredibly proud of my daughter who received Principles List all year!
A 4th grader at Cooper Elementary in Lawrenceville, Georgia made the A/B Honor Roll.
A 5th grader at Stonewall Tell Elementary in Atlanta, Georgia made the A/B Honor Roll. Trinity is also an elite track and field athlete.
Made the A/B Honor Roll.
“My daughter Demi plays rec league softball, plays on a travel softball team, goes to pitching lessons once a week, and works with a trainer once a week – and made Principal’s List 3 times and A/B honor roll the other 3 times this year. We are very proud of her.”
A 7th grader at St. Charles Elementary in Arlington, Virginia made the Principal’s List. Jordan has mantained this academic achievement will participating with his local youth club (The Spirit of Faith Warriors) the FBU Maryland All-Star team and as a member of his school’s basketball team.
Xavier “Ziggy” Gilbert
A 6th grader at Sand Creek Intermediate School in Fishers, Indiana made the A/B Honor Roll.
Anthony Jordan Goodloe
An 8th grader from Couch Middle School in Grayson, Georgia made the A/B Honor Roll.
“We would like to congratulate our son, Anthony , for making the honor roll at his school. We will continue to encourage Anthony to maintain a balance between academics and sports as he enters high school in the fall (rising 9th grader).”\
A 7th grader at Gwynn Park Middle School in Clinton, Maryland made the Principal’s List. Donovan has mantained this academic achievement will participating with his local youth club (The Spirit of Faith Warriors) and the FBU Maryland All-Star team.
A 3rd grader at Smith Station Elementary School in Fredericksburg, Virginia made the Principal’s List.
While playing travel softball Trinity has managed to keep her grades at straight A’s the entire year!!
A 7th grader at Freedom Middle School in Fredericksburg, Virginia made the A/B Honor Roll.
While practicing and playing football from July until Dec, Tyler managed to keep all of his grades at A & B’s while on his way to being a part of the AYF Junior Midget Division 1 National Championship Fredericksburg Bears!!!
A 5th grader from Salado Intermediate School in San Antonio, Texas made the Principal’s List. Kasean is a member of the Flo Jo San Antonio Track Club and Northeast Colts Football Team. While participating in sports, Kasean has maintain an A average in all his classes.
“Good job Kasean, mommy and daddy are very proud of you. Keep up the good job!”
A 2nd grader at the Atlanta Preparatory Academy in Atlanta, Georgia made the A/B Honor Roll. Isaac also played for the 7U Georgia state champions, the Atlanta Vikings and will be playing for Sandtown’s 8 and under squad.
A 7th grader at Benjamin Stodert Middle School in Temple Hills, Maryland made the A/B Honor Roll. Isiaha has mantained this academic achievement will participating with his local youth club (The Spirit of Faith Warriors) and as a member of his school’s basketball team.
Caitlin maintained Honor Roll at Baylor while serving all year as a varsity coxswain for the Baylor crew team. She was also inducted into the National Honors Society this year.
A graduating Senior from Whitewater High School in Fayetteville, Georgia made the Principal’s List. Colten graduated with a 4.0 while taking AP classes and 5 years of Spanish. He has played lacrosse year round for several years. He is also a member of the National Honor Society.
An 8th grader at Lookout Valley Middle School in Chattanooga, Tennessee made the Principal’s List. Emily maintained star roll all year while also playing volleyball, basketball, and softball for Lookout Valley Middle School. She also plays softball for the Tennessee Fury 2000. Emily won an Overall Outstanding Student Award in her grade and also won an Outstanding Bill Award from the YMCA Youth in Government program in Chattanooga.
An 8th grader at Lookout Valley Middle School in Chattanooga, Tennessee made the A/B Honor Roll. Zoe maintained honor roll all year while also playing volleyball, basketball, softball, and being a cheerleader for Lookout Valley Middle School. Zoe won an Outstanding Student Award for Reading in her grade and also won an Outstanding Spokesperson Award from the YMCA Youth in Government program in Chattanooga.
A 7th grader at Five Forks Middle School in Lilburn, Georgia made the A/B Honor Roll at his School.
Sara Michelle Snotherly
“Sara will be attending Methodist University this fall on a Presidential Scholarship. She will also be a member of the Women’s soccer team. Sara has always been a diligent student and has played soccer since she was 7 years old. While playing a game for her high school varsity team (she was a captain) this past March she tore her left ACL. She had already completed a full recovery of her right ACL during her Junior year so this was a terrible dissappointment for her. She has made the decision to be a red shirt freshman at Methodist University and is determined to play the sport she loves as soon as she can. We are so proud of the young woman she has become through all of her trials. This has made her stronger and even more determined.”
A 6th grader at Richard Hull Middle School in Duluth, Georgia made the A/B Honor Roll. Chilton has worked very hard in the class room and on the football field, with 4 A’s and 1 B+. He also was selected to the Team Georgia FBU Team, Georgia Future Stars and the National Preps Youth 100 All American Team 2013.
Clayton Thomas Jr.
A 5th grader at Ortega Elementary in Jacksonville, Florida made the A/B Honor Roll, and has made the honor roll all year!