Student Achievements

Students of the Month


August 2017

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for August 2017.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  August’s CHS Students of the Month are Avery and Matthew.

Avery distinguished herself as an honors student with a 4.5 cumulative GPA. She has never made a B since she began CHS as a freshman, all the while challenging herself with gifted, honors, and dual-enrollment classes.  Avery also scored a 4 on the English and AP US History Exams last year, and has competed at Literary Rally in English I and Algebra II.  She received the I Dare You Award (a National Leadership Award), was selected to represent CHS at Louisiana Girls’ State, and received the Rotary Youth Leadership Award.  Avery won the departmental award 7 times in all disciplines, as well as the perfect attendance award for two years.  On campus, Avery competes on the CHS Lions swim team and represents the Senior class on the Student Council.  She belongs to the National Honor Society and mentors her fellow students as a part of the Big Lion, Little Lion program.  In the community at large, Avery volunteers her time at the St. Tammany Parish Library’s Summer Reading Program and at Monster Mash.  She also belongs to St. Benedict Catholic Church.   In addition to all of her academic, school, and community commitments, Avery also works part-time as a lifeguard at the West St. Tammany YMCA.  Mrs. Cassie Rogers says of Avery, “Avery is one of the most driven and conscientious students I have ever taught.  She is a straight A student, and works to help her classmates study and prepare for assignments.  She gets involved in class discussions, and has a keen insight into everything we take on in class.”

Matthew, who has also never made a B at CHS, is a committed student who consistently enrolls in Honors, AP, and Dual Enrollment classes.  He scored a 31 on the ACT, with a perfect score of 36 on the reading portion.  He competed in District and State Literary rallies, where he placed 4th overall in Spanish II at the state level.  He has won departmental awards in both Spanish and World Geography.  Matthew represented CHS at American Legion’s Boys State last summer, was nominated for the National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists Award, was nominated to participate in the National Leadership Forum, and earned 4th chair in the Parish Honor Band.  On campus, Matthew is recognizable as one of the CHS Marching Lion Band Drum Major.  He has also held band leadership positions as the trumpet section leader and as the first chair trumpet.  Matthew competes as a Baseball Lion, having been a member of the Varsity team since his sophomore year.  In fact, this summer he attended a baseball camp at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, where he hopes to attend college.  Matthew was elected to the Sweetheart Court for the past two years and participates in the Student Council.  Around school and the community, Matthew volunteers his time helping out with Special Olympics, with the Mardi Gras Special Ed Prom, and as the scoreboard and clock operator for freshman and JV football.  Matthew also helped with the clean-up effort locally after the flooding events of 2016. Mrs. Huval says of Matthew, “What sets him apart is not his grades, nor his ACT scores, nor the accolades he receives, but the genuine interest he takes in everything around him:  people, academic subjects, his community.  He cares so much, and expresses it in his dedication and commitment to everything he touches.”

Congratulations to Avery and Matthew on your tremendous achievements and contributions to CHS-- and also for the example you set for other students.  Best wishes on your Senior year!

September 2017

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for September 2017.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  September’s Students of the Month are  Elise and Zach.

Elise is a CHS honor student whose schedule is stacked with honors, AP, and dual-enrolled classes across the curriculum. Her GPA is a 4.5, and Elise represented CHS at Louisiana Girls’ State and RYLA. As an involved CHS athlete, Elise has been a longtime member of the CHS Cheer Squad, this year serving as its captain.   As a member of talented art, Elise won first place in the Three Rivers Art Festival in Covington and participated in the PTSA Reflections contest.  Her involvement on Student Council has been consistent throughout her tenure at CHS, where she served as Freshman Class Representative, and for the past 3 years, as Art Coordinator.  Elise also belongs to the National Honor Society and was selected as a homecoming maid in her junior year.  In the community at large, Elise volunteers her time at the Special Olympics and at Boo Fest. Upon graduation, Elise plans to major in biology. 

Zach is also a dedicated honors student who challenges himself with honors, AP, gifted, and dual enrollment coursework.  His ACT score is an amazing 34, with a perfect 36 in English!  As a Louisiana Boys State delegate from CHS, Zach represented us well. He also participated in the Leadership Institute for Entrepreneurship at Susquehanna University, also known as LIFE, where his group was chosen as the winning group for the session.  He won the title Mr. LIFE at the same leadership conference.  In addition to his academic achievements, Zach is an avid soccer player and member of CHS’ Varsity Soccer Lions.  He was awarded the Most Improved Award in his junior year. Elsewhere on campus, Zach holds membership in the National Honor Society.  In the Covington community at large, Zach plays soccer at CYSA where he also has a part time job as a referee and volunteers his time doing grounds work, coaching, and assisting the director with tournaments. After graduation, Zach plans to pursue a bachelor’s and master’s degree in business.

Congratulations to these deserving recipients, and best wishes for your senior year!

October 2017

The CHS Students of the Month are chosen by a committee of CHS teachers which selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the characteristics of:  scholarship, leadership, citizenship and character.  October’s Students of the Month are Natalie and Ethan.

Natalie is an honor student – with an amazing 4.3 GPA --who challenges herself by choosing accelerated coursework in every subject area, including honors, AP, and dual enrollment classes.   As you’d expect, she is a member of the National Honor Society and has achieved the 4.0 or Higher GPA Award every year at CHS.  In the CHS community, as a three-year member of Talented Art, Natalie has devoted herself to artistic pursuit.  She has earned recognition in the St. Tammany District PTA “Reflections” Contest by winning the Merit High School Award.  Natalie also competed in the 2016 Poetry Out Loud district competition.   In addition, Natalie holds membership in Foreign Language Club, National Art Honor Society, and was elected this year as National Honor Society president.  In the larger Covington community, Natalie volunteers her time at the Mandeville Good Samaritan Canter and at “Girls on the Run” at Lyon Elementary School.  She is also an involved member of her church, Mt. Zion Baptist Church where she volunteers in the nursery and serves as VBS Music Leader-- in addition to participating in the Youth Praise Band.  After graduation, Natalie will attend college major in human and cultural studies. Mrs. Huval says of Natalie, “Natalie is kind, reliable, smart, motivated, and inclusive.  She thrives on pressure and is creative and intuitive.”

Ethan, whose GPA is a 4.4, has distinguished himself as an honor student while excelling in gifted, AP, and dual-enrollment courses across the curriculum.  He has been awarded the Academic Award of Excellence four times and has received the 3 Year Varsity Soccer Award.  As a four-year honor roll student, Ethan holds membership in the National Honor Society.  In addition, he is a member of the Big Lion, Little Lion program and is a part of the Sports Photography team.  As a member of CHS’s Swimming and Soccer teams, Ethan has competed for the last four years.  After graduation, Ethan plans to attend a four year college and continue on to grad school. Mrs. Cassie Rogers says of Ethan, “He is dedicated to what he does in class, is popular among his peers, and reaches out to help others.”

We are so proud of both of you, Natalie and Ethan, and want to thank you for all that you do for our school and for the example you set for other students.

November 2017

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for November 2017.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  November’s Students of the Month are Grace and Joel.

Grace has been an honor student her entire CHS career, earning a 4.1 overall GPA while enrolled in honors and AP classes, and in her senior year, is taking English, Biology II, and Pre-Calculus, all dual enrollment classes for which she will receive college credit. In addition to her academics, Grace devotes her time to the National Honor Society, Student Council, and Foreign Language Club, which she previously served as Treasurer and which this year selected her as its President.  Grace is also involved in the Multimedia program as a photographer and as Head Producer.  Grace is probably best known on campus for her accomplishments as a CHS Lion Powerlifter.  She has been a member of the team since her freshman year, and this year serves as the Girls’ Team Captain.  Despite her tiny stature, Grace is a champion.  Last year she won both the High School Regional and National Powerlifting Championship.  She also placed second at the Sub-Junior International Powerlifting Championships.  Grace has represented CHS in the community, where she volunteered at the Relay for Life, and has participated in CHS Beautification Day.  Grace plans to head to college after graduation and major in criminology, and later, to pursue a career in forensic technology.  Mrs. Huval says of Grace, “Her humility is such that you’d never know how hard she works or how much she has accomplished.  Grace is an amazing person – bright, responsible, and driven to succeed.  But she’s also a sincere and kind friend as well.”

Joel has also maintained an impressive 4.25 GPA while challenging himself with gifted, Honors and dual-enrolled courses, and he has been awarded the 3.5+ GPA award each of his years at CHS. His ACT score is an amazing 31.  Joel twice competed in District Literary Rally and earned certification as an Emergency Medical Responder in CHS’s dual enrollment course through Northshore Technical.  Joel expresses himself artistically as a member of the CHS Marching Lions.  A band leader, he also earned an invitation to play in the Jazz and the Symphonic Bands.  Joel also devotes much of his time to CHS NJROTC program, which he serves this year as Executive Officer.  For the past three years, Joel earned the distinction of Honor Cadet in addition to the National Sojourner’s Award and the American Legion Medal for Academic Excellence.  He competed as a Cyberpatriot, participated in Color Guard, and on the Armed Drill Team. In the greater Covington community, Joel has volunteered his time with the YSB Chef’s Soiree and performed in the community with the band.  After graduation, Joel hopes to pursue a major in BioMedical Engineering and continue onto graduate school so that he can research and develop medical technologies.  Commander Doug Johnson says of Joel, “As our XO, he’s in charge of a group of department heads (10 students) that run the NJROTC unit.  His leadership skills are stellar and have made him responsible for the outstanding performance of the unit. In addition Joel overcame a very serious illness which involved major surgery to his spine.  His bravery during that ordeal was inspiring and he has shared it with classmates to help them realize that you can overcome the most difficult obstacles with courage and determination.”

Congratulations to these deserving students, and thanks for the great example you both set for other students.  We know the future holds great things for you, and we wish you well on your journey!

December 2017

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for December 2017.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  December’s Students of the Month are Alexis and Cole.

Alexis is an honors student with a cumulative 4.5 GPA and an impressive score of 31 on the ACT.  She has consistently challenged herself with advanced coursework in all subject areas:  gifted, honors, dual-enrolled and AP.   In addition to her Perfect Attendance Award in her junior year, Alexis also received the French II Departmental Award and the Physical Science Departmental Award.  On campus, Alexis is a three-year member of both The National Honor Society and the Tri-M Music Honor Society.  Active as a Marching Lion during her career at CHS, Alexis has served as Flute Section Leader for the past two years.  At her church, Alexis volunteers with the Family Promise program and lends a hand as well to the Lee Road Junior High Band Program.  Alexis also holds a part-time job at Playville in Covington.

Cole also excels as an honor student at CHS --with an amazing GPA of 4.3 and an ACT score of 29.  He has, throughout his career at CHS, chosen to take honors, AP, and dual enrollment classes across the curriculum, and has been awarded the 3+5 GPA Award every semester at CHS.  On campus, Cole is holds membership in The National Honor Society, Key Club, and Tri-M Music Honor society where he previously served as VP, and currently serves as President. Cole is passionate about music and theater as evidenced by his involvement in the CHS Talented Theater and Music departments, as well as the band program.   Cole earned first chair Bari Sax in the Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band, and received the Perfect Attendance Award two years running.  In the Musical Theater program, Cole won starring roles in The Little Shop of Horrors and in James and the Giant Peach.  He also performed as Prince Charming in Cinderella and as Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid. In the Covington community at large, Cole volunteers his time and talents for his church where he serves as small group leader, actor, and helps out with multimedia presentations.  After graduation from CHS, Cole plans to attend college and major in musical theater in the hopes of one day moving to New York to pursue a career as a director.

We are so proud of both of you, Alexis and Cole, and want to thank you for all that you do for our school--- and for the example you set for other students.

January 2018

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for January 2018.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  January’s Students of the Month are Phoebe and Gabe.

Phoebe is an honor roll student who has a 4.5 GPA, and a 31 on her ACT, with an amazing 34 in English.  She challenges herself with honors, AP, and dual enrollment classes here at CHS, earning both college and high school credit at the same time in English, Biology, and Math.  Phoebe received the Academic Excellence Award in 9th-12th grades and won the departmental award for both Art III and Chemistry.  In addition, she was honored as a HOBY Ambassador, selected to attend the G.E.M.S. program at the Stennis Space Center, and participated in Louisiana Girls State.  Phoebe also earned membership in the Duke Tip College program, where she has received college credit in comparative literature, architecture, and pharmacology from institutions such as Appalachian State, the University of Kansas, and the University of Georgia.   Phoebe won for Outstanding Interpretation of Literature at the district and state levels for the PTA Reflections Contest and placed second in the Wild Things Art Contest.  In addition to these impressive accomplishments, Phoebe is also a member of the National Honor Society and serves as an intern for Paw-Prints.  Elsewhere on campus, Phoebe is involved with the Talented Art Program and was elected the National Art Honor Society Secretary.  In the community at large, Phoebe has devoted her time to the PTA, designing several logos and receiving the PTA Service Award as well as serving as a student member on the Covington High and West St. Tammany PTA Boards.  Phoebe also works part time tutoring 5-8th graders through the 21st Century Program.

Gabe is also an accomplished student who has maintained a 4.4 GPA, while enrolled in many honors, AP and dual-enrollment classes.  During his time at CHS, Gabe has distinguished himself in many areas.  On the honor roll every semester at CHS, Gabe has also received the A+ Attitude Award, invitations to each Lionbration, perfect attendance awards for band for three consecutive years, and an invitation to participate in RYLA, the Rotary Youth Leadership Program.   As an active member of CHS’ band and talented music programs, Gabe stands out as a leader and accomplished member. He was named a member of the CHS Wind Symphony and Jazz band and won the first chair alto sax spot, in addition to serving as section leader in his Senior year.  Gabe is a member of Student Council and the Tri-M Music Honor Society where he serves as Historian this year. He also participated in the ensemble of the CHS theater department’s Little Shop of Horrors and Holiday Extravaganza.  In the larger Community, Gabe gives of his time and talents at the Tangipahoa 4-H School Supply Drive, the Modern Woodmen of America’s Fraternal program, and the Jr. High Honor band auditions.  After graduation, Gabe plans to study Kinesiology and eventually earn a spot in Physical Therapy School.

Congratulations to these deserving students, and thanks for the great example you both set for other students.

February 2018

 

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for February 2018.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  February’s Students of the Month are Madalyn and Dane.

Madylyn has been an honor student her entire CHS career, earning a 4.28 overall GPA while enrolled in honors, AP, and dual enrolled classes.  Madalyn was awarded the HOBY Leadership Award and has served in leadership positions on Student Council throughout her time at CHS.  Sophomore year, she was class president, and in this- her senior year- Madalyn serves as Student Council President.  She also belongs to the National Honor Society and FFA, where she served as secretary for two years.  Elsewhere on campus, Madalyn participates in the talented art program and shows livestock through CHS’s FFA program.  In addition, she participates in the local 4-H program where she was elected reporter for St. Tammany Parish and also where she placed 5th in state showing her cattle.  She is a member of both the Louisiana and National Junior Bradford Breeders. In the Covington community, Madalyn is an active member of her church, St. John’s, where she serves on the Pastoral Council and volunteers at the Lenten Fish Fry.  She also devotes her time volunteering at school through the CHS car wash, and in the community, at the Covington Food Bank.  After graduation, Madalyn plans to pursue a career in veterinary medicine.

Dane has also maintained an impressive 4.5 GPA while challenging himself with advanced courses such as dual enrolled Pre-Calculus. He was a district literary rally qualifier in Algebra, and is NCCER Core Certified.  He currently is working towards a Welder’s certification and is proficient in computer programs such as Infinity.   Dane is a member of the National Honor Society and FCA.  He also participated as a member of the Fighting Lions Football team. In the community at large, Dane volunteers his time with No Heart Left Behind which performs faith-based service to the community.  In addition to his studies and extra-curricular activities, Dane works at an internship at Hans Auto Repair.

Congratulations to these deserving students, and thanks for the great example you both set for other students.

March 2018

 

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School’s Students of the Month for March 2018.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  March’s Students of the Month are Brittany and Aaron.

Brittany is a CHS honor student whose coursework includes many honors, AP, and dual-enrollment classes.  Her 4.46 GPA is evidence of her intelligence and commitment to excellence, as is the fact that she has been on the 4.0 Honor Roll all of her semesters at CHS.  She is a member of National Honor Society, and has earned an excellent on every EOC taken in her high school career.  Brittany is also certified in Microsoft Office.  Around campus, Brittany devotes much of her time to CHS Cheer.  She has been a member of the team for all 4 of her years at CHS.  She also belongs to the National Honor Society and FCA, where she serves as an officer this year.  In the community, Brittany volunteers her time with her church, Red Bluf Baptist Church, where she worked VBS and participated in a mission camp.  She also volunteered at the special Olympics and at Lyon Elementary Open House and Field Day.  After graduation in May, Brittany plans to attend a 4-year university and pursue a degree in business.

Aaron is also an honor roll student who has challenged himself with gifted, honors, and dual enrollment classes during his CHS career.  His ACT score, an amazing 31, along with his GPA, over a 4.0 weighted, are testimony to his academic excellence. Aaron attended SLU District Literary Rally in Spanish.  Aaron is a 4-year member of the CHS Varsity Wrestling team and this year serves as its captain.  In the larger Covington Community, Aaron volunteers his time at Relay for Life, Royal Family Kids fundraiser, wrestling team community service projects, and at his church, Church of the King.  In addition to his studies and extracurricular activities, Aaron also works at Big Easy Confections in Slidell.  After graduation, Aaron looks forward to college life, and working towards a degree.

Congratulations to these two amazing CHS students! We are proud of you, and we thank you for the excellent example you set for your peers.

April 2018

 

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for April 201.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  April’s Students of the Month are Cassidy and Emma.

Cassidy has been an honor student her entire CHS career, earning a 4.34 overall GPA while enrolled in honors and AP classes, and in her senior year, takes English 101 and 102 as well as Biology II, dual enrollment classes for which she will receive college credit.  Her ACT score is an amazing 30 with a 35 in English.  She also earned certification in Basic Life Support and Emergency Medical Responder.  Cassidy was chosen to represent CHS as District Literary Rally in both French and Prose, and received a superior rating at State Literary Rally in Prose.  At the Vonnie Borden Speech Festival, Cassidy earned a Superior rating in 2016 and 2017.  She also competed successfully in the Poetry Out Loud competitions each year she was at CHS.  On campus, Cassidy belongs to FCA, Foreign Language Club, National Honor Society, and the Dancin’ Darlins.  She is also a member of Talented Theater and has performed many ensemble roles in CHS productions such as What Fire Could Never Burn and Treasure Island.  In the production of The Tempest, Cassidy played Antonio, and in Waiting in the Wings she played Zelda Fenwick.  Cassidy competes as well at DCLA Dance Studio and has won many accolades dancing in Contemporary, Jazz, Hip-hop and Ballet.  In her 4 years at CHS, Cassidy has represented CHS in the community, where she volunteered at the Dancin Darlin’ Kiddie Summer Camp, St. Tammany Parish Hospital, and at her church through VBS, the Falling Fire Praise Band, and at the Youth Evangelist Conference.  After graduation, Cassidy plans to major in pre-med and eventually pursue a career as a OB-Gyn.

Emma has also maintained an impressive 4.3 GPA while challenging herself with advanced courses in all subject areas.  Her 29 ACT score reflects her commitment to excellence.  Emma has made the honor roll every semester at CHS, and received a superior rating in Poetry Interpretation.  She is also a certified First Responder -- as well as being certified as a lifeguard, in CPR and in First Aid for both people and pets. Around campus, Emma belongs to the National Honor Society and the Chess Club, where she serves as president this year.  On the athletic front, Emma competed as a Lion on the Varsity Swim team.  As a member of the Talented Theater program, Emma has played roles in many CHS productions from ensemble parts in shows like Julius Caesar and Rhinoceros to larger roles, such as Francisco in The Tempest and Cora Clarke in Waiting in the Wings. Emma is also an 11-year member of Mary Dee’s Dance Studio. In the community at large, Emma volunteers her time at her church, Holy Trinity, as a Youth Group Board Member and at the American Red Cross.  Emma plans to major in Kinesiotherapy in college and wants to eventually become a paramedic.

Congratulations, Cassidy and Emma, for the excellent example you set and for your loyalty and commitment to CHS.  We wish you the best of luck as you move into the next phase of your lives!

May 2018

 

A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for May 2018.  The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  May’s Students of the Month are Rebecca and Dejeune.

Rebecca is an honor roll student who has a 4.0 GPA, and a 27 on her ACT.  She challenges herself with honors and dual enrollment classes here at CHS, earning both college and high school credit at the same time in American history and pre-calculus.  Rebecca received the Academic Excellence Award in 9th-11th grades here at CHS.  In addition, she was awarded an Excellent rating in Poetry Interpretation at the Louisiana State Rally and a Superior rating at the Vonnie Borden Speech and Theater Competition.  Rebecca was chosen to represent CHS at Girls’ State last summer and was chosen for the role of Parish Public Defender.  In addition to these impressive accomplishments, Rebecca is also a member of the National Honor Society and The Foreign Language Club, where she serves as Reporter.   Rebecca was selected for the Sweetheart Court in both her junior and senior years and is also active in the CHS Theater Department.    She performed ensemble roles in Treasure Island, What Fire Could Never Burn, and Peter Pan, and also featured roles such as Mrs. Salt in Museum, Titinius in Julius Caesar, and Mr. Bernstein in Little Shop of Horrors.  Throughout her career at CHS, Rebecca has competed as a Lady Lion on the Varsity Track, Cross Country, and Soccer teams.  She was awarded the heart of the Lion Award by her soccer coaches.  In the larger Covington Community, Rebecca devotes much of her time to activities at her church, St. Benedict, which vary from participating at the fish fry to volunteering for Sunday school.  In addition, she has logged 30+ hours volunteering at the St. Tammany Parish Humane Society and has donated time to Habitat for Humanity.  After graduation, Rebecca hopes to pursue a major in architecture at LSU and to minor in Spanish.

Dejeune is also an accomplished student who has maintained a 3.7 GPA, while enrolled in many honors, AP and dual-enrollment classes.  Dejeune devotes much of her time to CHS theater and talented music programs, and has earned many accolades which make us proud.  In Poetry Out Loud, Dejeune has won first place at the school, district, and state level for three years.  She represented CHS, St. Tammany Parish, and Louisiana in New York at the National Poetry Out Loud Competition, and placed in the top 8 in her region.  She also won 3rd place at the Vonnie Borden Speech Festival, and scored a Superior at Literary Rally in Interpretive Reading-- two times.  On campus, Dejeune belongs to FCA, the Foreign Language Club, and the Key Club, for which she served as president last year.  Dejeune was also elected Freshman Class President, in addition to competing as a Lady Lion on the Varsity Tennis and Track teams in her sophomore and junior years.  In Talented Music and Theater, Dejeune has performed in many ensemble and starring roles such as Sebastian in The Tempest, Nehebka in Aida, La Cienaga in Bring It On.  In addition, Dejeune has sung in the community at major events like the Inauguration of the St. Tammany Parish President, School Board Meetings, the 10-year Hurricane Katrina Memorial, and the Veteran’s Day Program.  Elsewhere in the community, Dejeune has volunteered her time at the Special Olympics, Special Needs Prom, her local church, and on mission trips in Alabama and Tennessee.  After graduation, Dejeune dreams of a career on Broadway in her dream role of Ti Moune in Once on this Island, but first she’ll head to Xavier to get her college degree!

Congratulations to these deserving students, and we wish you well in your college careers!


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