Meet the “Trojan Scholars” for the Month of November
PCHS is starting a new series “Trojan Scholar.” There will be one boy and one girl chosen each month.
The Trojan Scholar girl for November is Osjah Ragin. Osjah is a senior at Peach County High School where she is a member of the Concert Band where she plays the Saxophone. She has been a member of the Golden Girls Dance Team for 4 years, she serves as President of the National Honor Society and is a member of the BETA Club and Student Council. She received the 2019 UGA Certificate of Merit Scholar and has been on the A+ Honor Roll throughout her school years. She is dual enrolled at Fort Valley State University. Following graduation she plans to attend Fort Valley State University to start on a dual major through the Cooperative Developmental Energy Program. She plans to complete her first degree in Math and move to her second degree at Georgia Institute of Technology for Engineering. She has not decided what kind of Engineer that she would like to become.
Osjah is the daughter of Shawn and Martinous Ragin. She is granddaughter of Curtis Carthon and the late Annie R. Carthon and the late Albert and Jessie Ragin.
Osjah would like to share that thanks to dual enrollment she will start college as a sophomore. She has an older brother named Chauncey. She frequently volunteers at Kay Road Elementary and has volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House in Macon
The Trojan Scholar boy for November is Kenyon Greene. Kenyon is a senior at Peach County High School where he is a member of the Marching Band and Concert Band where he plays the Trombone. He has been on the A+ Honor Roll throughout his school years, he is a 2019 recipient of the UGA Certificate of Merit and is a 2015-2016 Reach Scholar. He also volunteers to help his neighbors with their plants and is an Acolyte at his church. Following graduation he hopes to attend the Georgia Institute of Technology where he plans to major in Mechanical Engineering.
Kenyon is the son of Ken and Debra Greene. He is the grandson of Lula Greene, Willie and Linda Greene and Geraldine Bell.
Kenyon would like to share that he has an older brother named Reggie and he has lived in Peach County all of his life.