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14 graduating with honors at NHS on May 9

By submitted, 04/26/19 2:03 PM

ROSSTON – Nevada High School’s graduation ceremony is set for Thursday, May 9th at 7 p.m. in the Nevada gymnasium.  Fourteen seniors will graduate with honors.

Sabel Clayton, daughter of James and DeShara Clayton, will graduate as a junior with highest honors.  She is a member of FBLA, NHS, the Prom Committee, and the Cheer Squad.  She serves as Junior Class Treasurer and Junior Advisor for FFA.

Sabel is on the “A/B” honor roll. She plans to attend the University of Arkansas at Hope or Southern Arkansas University to pursue a bachelor’s degree in business management.

Carolyn Dixon, daughter of Yvonne McMullin and Harrison Dixon, will graduate with highest honors.  She is a member of FBLA, Upward Bound, the Drug-Free Team, the yearbook staff, the Christian Club, and NHS.  She is captain of the basketball/track teams and made All-State basketball and track.  She was selected as one of five Seniors of Distinction, Student of the Year, Mrs. NHS, and Homecoming Queen.  Carolyn is on the all “A” honor roll and is an Arkansas Scholar.  She was selected as one of two seniors to attend Governor’s Scholastic Honors Day based on excellent academic achievement in the senior class.

Carolyn plans to attend the University of Arkansas at Hope and transfer to Southern Arkansas University to pursue a degree in education.

Bralon Glover, son of Ranea Leaks and Brandon Glover, will graduate with highest honors. He is a member of FBLA, the Art Club, Choir, the yearbook staff, Drug-Free Team, Upward Bound, and the basketball and track teams.  He serves as National Honor Society President and is in the Gifted and Talented Program.  He was selected as one of five Seniors of Distinction, February Student of the Month, and Mr. NHS.  He received the President’s Award for Educational Excellence, is an Arkansas Scholar, and on the all “A” honor roll.  He was selected as one of two seniors to attend Governor’s Scholastic Honors Day based on excellent academic achievement in the senior class.

Bralon plans to attend the University of Central Arkansas to pursue a degree in business finance.

Jaden Marsh, son of Sheneita Wyrick and Michael Marsh, will graduate with highest honors.  He is a member of FBLA, the yearbook staff, Drug-Free Team, Art Club, and Upward Bound.  He serves as National Honor Society Secretary and Senior Class Secretary.  He is on the “A/B” honor roll, in the Gifted and Talented Program, and selected as one of five Seniors of Distinction.  He is manager of the senior boys’ basketball team. 

Jaden plans to attend the University of Central Arkansas to pursue a biology (pre-dental) degree.

Terrica Williams, daughter of Mark and Connie Williams and Tashannon Cheeter, will graduate with highest honors.  She is a member of FBLA, NHS, the Drug-Free Team, Choir, the yearbook staff, Art Club, and Christian Club.  She is an Arkansas Scholar.

Terrica plans to attend Southern Arkansas University to pursue a degree in biology (pre-physical therapy) and transfer to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock or the University of Central Arkansas.

Caeley Callicott, daughter of Brian and Stacy Callicott, will graduate with high honors.  She is a member of the Drug-Free Team, Art Club, and NHS.  She serves as secretary of the senior class, Student Council Representative, and FBLA secretary.  She is in the Gifted and Talented Program, and received the President’s Award for Educational Excellence.

Caeley plans to attend the University of Central Arkansas and pursue a degree in nursing.

Wyatt Casey, son of Jeremy and Heather Casey, will graduate with high honors.  He is a member of FBLA, NHS, the yearbook staff, the Drug-Free Team, the Art Club, and the Christian Club.  He serves as the Senior Class Treasurer.  He is on the “A/B” honor roll and an Arkansas Scholar.  He was selected as one of five Seniors of Distinction and DAR Good Citizen.

Wyatt plans to attend the University of Arkansas at Hope and major in business administration.

Camyia Cody, daughter of Lasonia Bishop and Keith Cody, will graduate with high honors.  She is a member of NHS, Upward Bound, the Drug-Free Team, and the Christian Club.  She serves as Student Council Representative, Cheer Captain, Co-Captain of the Basketball Team, and Representative of the Senior Class.  She is an Arkansas Scholar.

Camyia plans to attend SouthARK Community College and pursue a degree as a physical therapist assistant.

Brody Pennington, son of Jim and Tonda Pennington, will graduate with high honors.  He is a member of FBLA, NHS, FFA, and the baseball team.  He is also the Recruiting Sub Station (RSS) Texarkana Guide.

Brody has enlisted in the United States Marine Corps.

Nazaraethe Campbell, son of Sam and Rebecca Campbell, will graduate with honors.  He is a member of NHS, Choir, and the Christian Club.

Nazaraethe plans to attend SAU TECH and pursue a degree in coding.

Madison Dillard, daughter of Keith and Amber Dillard, will graduate with honors.  She is a member of FBLA, NHS, and the National Society of High School Scholars.  She an Arkansas Scholar.

Madison plans to attend the University of Central Arkansas and major in speech-language pathology.

Logan Moss, son of Lori O’Keefe and Naaman Moss, will graduate with honors.  He is a member of FFA where he competed twice at State CDE and led the first Nevada State CDE team in Agri Business.  He is the former Chapter Junior Advisor and Vice President of FFA and currently serves as FFA Chapter President.  He is the Vice-President of FBLA for the second year and competed three times at both district and state levels and twice at the national level.  He currently serves as President of the Senior Class and is a member of NHS.  He was selected as one of five Seniors of Distinction and received the President’s Award for Educational Excellence.

Logan plans to attend the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and major in Agri Business.

Na’Tavious Robinson, son of Angelia Robinson, will graduate with honors.  He is a member of FFA, the yearbook staff, the Drug-Free Team, Choir, and Art Club.  He serves as Vice President of NHS and Vice President of the senior class.  He is an Arkansas Scholar.

Na’Tavious plans to attend the University of Arkansas at Hope and major in pre-medicine.

Make’la Young, daughter of the late Ricardo Young and April Young, will graduate with honors.  She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and the National Society of High School Scholars.  She is on the Vice Chancellor’s List at the University of Arkansas at Hope-Texarkana.  She is an Arkansas Scholar.

Make’la plans to attend North Carolina A&T State University and major in nursing.