WEST COLUMBIA, SC -- Forty-nine Lexington Two students have been recognized as Junior Marshals.
Junior Marshals are selected based on class rank and represent the top 10 percent of the junior class, based on a weighted GPA cumulative through the third nine weeks of their junior year. They serve as honorary guides for the senior class at commencement.
Lexington Two students recognized for this honor include:
Airport High: Aylin Arellano-Bernal, Jasmine Beaver, Frances Bishop, Benjamin Bledsoe, Sydney Coleman, Anna Davis, Bryce Evans, Hailey Foster, Sanaa Greene, Saleem Grich, Haiden Helms, Joanna Hernandez-Vazquez, Kaylin Liscusky, Caroline O’Neal, Mary Pipkin, Caroline Reddick, Brycen Redmond, Caleb Roberts, Sura Shealey, Jordan Shetrone, Isabel Siedschlag, Jordan SIghtler, Kaelyn Singleton, Chase Wilson, Kimberlyn Yarborough
Brookland-Cayce High: Claire Adkins, Henry Barry, Samantha Breese, Joseph Buchmaier, Jimmy Cao, Cheyanne Chambers, Carley Craft, Tina Dong, Callison Fisher, Samuel Hill, Halle Hungerford, Cameron Jeffcoat, Brycen Johnson, Esther Lam, Kelsie Lewis, Nicole Mouhteros, Rachel O’Dell, Hannah Rea, Jon Simmons, Alexis Spainhour, Ada Stiglbauer, Brayden Waters, Paigelyn Waters, Samantha Woods
Airport and Brookland-Cayce’s virtual commencements will be presented on Saturday, June 6, on WACH-Fox 57, with Brookland-Cayce’s event from 5-6pm, and Airport’s from 6-7pm. Photography and videography events were held earlier this week at each high school to record each senior, in full cap and gown, individually crossing the graduation stages at their school stadiums in front of their families and receiving diploma covers from their principals. These photographs and videos, along with brief pre-recorded speeches from valedictorians, salutatorians, principals and other featured speakers, will be crafted into a presentation for each high school for the June 6 televised event. Each senior will receive a program and a copy of the televised graduation presentation for his/her school.
Shown here: Some of Brookland-Cayce's Junior Marshals, at the graduation photo and video sessions earlier this week.