1) Congratulations to the following members of the Seminar class of 2006:
- Carolyn M. who is graduating from CHS and will be attending Roanoke College on a full academic scholarship. Carolyn was also accepted at The University of Mary Washington, Cornell College, Goucher College, Centre College, Randolph College, Lynchburg College, Virginia Wesleyan College, and was waitlisted at Elon University.
- Becky A. who is graduating from CHS and will be attending Jefferson College of Health Sciences to study nursing.
- Alex E. who is graduating from Northside High School and will be attending George Mason University.
- Brittany S. who graduated from Belleville High School in 2009 and is currently a sophomore at Bowling Green State and is active in the ROTC program.
- Ruairi H. who is graduating from Notre Dame High School in Georgia and will be attending The University of Tennesee at Chattanooga to study sociology. Ruairi is an honorary member of the Seminar class of 2006, having moved to Georgia during her Seminar year.
- Congratulations to Casey G. who is graduating from Lord Botetourt High School and will be attending Bluefield College on a tennis scholarship. Casey attended CS through elementary school.
2) Genevieve A. (Seminar class of 2005) has been chosen as one of ten students to participate in an Honors Academic Program in Prague, Czech Republic, in summer 2011. She will head to Prague after spending the 2010-2011 academic year in Madrid, Spain. Genevieve made the Dean’s List again this past semester at Suffolk University.
3) Walter P. (Seminar class of 2009) received the Robeson County Public Schools’ Superintendent’s Award for Academic Excellence on May 21. He was the lead male in Studio One’s winter production of The Outsiders and also performed in the spring production of Little Shop of Horrors. He plans to continue working with Studio One this summer and to begin tutoring elementary students in Spanish. His current goals are to attend the North Carolina School of the Arts his senior year in high school, earn an undergraduate degree in dramatic arts, and then attend law school to pursue a career in international law.