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CONGRATULATIONS! WILLIAM CLAYTON FLANDERS

2020-2021 STAR STUDENT

C. Flanders

WILLIAM CLAYTON FLANDERS of Peach County High School

is named PAGE STAR Student
 

Peach County High School senior William Clayton Flanders has been named 2021 PAGE STAR Student. The announcement was made by Dr. Ken Hartley Principal of Peach County High School. William is the son of Jason and Pam Flanders of Byron, Ga. He has selected Ms. Marecia Gregory, Information Technology Instructor and Work-based Learning Coordinator of Peach County High School, as his STAR Teacher.

The PAGE Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program is sponsored, administered and promoted by the Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE).   Since its inception in 1958 the STAR program has honored more than 26,000 students and the teachers they have selected as the most influential to their academic achievement. To obtain the STAR nomination, high school seniors must have the highest score on a single test date on the three-part SAT and be in the top 10 percent, or top 10 students, of their class based on grade point average.

STAR begins each year in participating Georgia high schools when the STAR Student is named and chooses a STAR Teacher to share in this recognition. The students and their teachers are honored by their schools and receive special recognition in their communities from more than 165 statewide civic organizations and businesses that serve as local sponsors of the STAR program. Students then compete for school systems titles, and those winners compete for region honors. Region winners compete for the honor of being named State PAGE STAR Student. STAR Teachers continue on with their STAR Students at every level of the program.

‘We are very proud of William Flanders and Ms. Gregory and the academic excellence they exemplify at Peach County High School,” said Dr. Hartley.

The Professional Association of Georgia Educators honors outstanding students and educators and encourages academic excellence through competitive academic initiatives such as PAGE STAR, the PAGE Academic Bowl for Middle Grades and the PAGE Georgia Academic Decathlon.

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 PCHS TROJAN SCHOLAR FOR MAY

J. Miller

The Trojan Scholar female for May is Johnera Miller. Johnera is a senior at Peach County High School where she is a member of NJROTC and BETA Club. She is the Cadet Commander of NJROTC. Following graduation, she will attend Fort Valley State University and major in Veterinary Technology. Johnera is the daughter of Cu’Tis and Everett Miller. She is the grandchild of Brenda and Harvard Sinclair.

Johnera would like to share: “I love spending time with my friends and unit.”

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PCHS TROJAN SCHOLARS FOR SEPTEMBER

Sara P.

The Trojan Scholar girl for September is Sarah Pirkle. Sarah is a senior at Peach County High School where she is a member of the Art Club, the National Honor Society and BETA Club. She received the 2020 UGA Certificate of Merit Scholar, the Peach County AP Scholar, has been on the A+ Honor Roll throughout her school years and has received several highest average in a class award. She is very active in her 4-H group and their many activities. She is dual enrolled at Middle Georgia State University. Following graduation, she plans to attend Valdosta State University where she plans to major in Childhood Education.

Sarah is the daughter of Joe and Lisette Pirkle. She is granddaughter of Barbara and Fred Pirkle, Robert and Elizabeth Williford and Brenda and Tony Fenley. Robert Pirkle, her brother is also a student at PCHS.

Sarah would like to share “I’ve always loved to draw ever since a young age and it helps me to express myself. I am also in NHS and BETA to help me be able to contribute to my community.”

 

Cody B.

The Trojan Scholar boy for September is Cody Burns. Cody is a senior at Peach County High School where he is a member of the Future Problem Solvers team. He has attended the FPS International Competition for 2 years. He is also dual enrolled full time at Middle Georgia State University and is a Work- Based Learning student working at Chick-fil-A in Byron. He has been on the A+ Honor Roll throughout his school years, he is a 2020 recipient of the UGA Certificate of Merit and his FPS team received 1st place for Presentation of Action Plan. Following graduation, he hopes to attend Mercer University where he plans to major in Electrical Engineering.

Cody is the son of Cory and Dana Burns. He is the grandson of Dave Bragg and Karin Burns. Cody has siblings that are past graduates of PCHS, Rachel and Payton Burns.

Cody enjoys spending time with his family and loves watching the TV show “The Office”.