“This is our first Academic and Arts Signing Day. We will recognize those students that have signed academic and arts scholarships in the same fashion as we recognize those that sign athletic scholarships,” said Calhoun High School Principal Greg Green.
CHS senior’s Allayah Carr, Parker Davis, and Seth Johnson, accompanied by each their parents, all participated in CHS’ first academic and arts signing day
Allayah Carr received the Emerging Leaders Scholarship from the University of West Georgia where she will pursue a degree in Political Science.
Parker Davis was awarded with a scholarship to Georgia Tech where he plans to major in Chemistry.
Seth Johnson will be attending Duke University in the fall on an academic scholarship where he plans to double major in Political Science and Philosophy.
“We’re extremely proud of these students and wish them great success as they further their academic journey,” said Dr. Michele Taylor, superintendent of Calhoun City Schools.
Green hopes to see more students signing academic and arts scholarships in the future, “to schools of their choice,” he said.