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College Board recognizes Central High School students

Pictured from left to right are Haley Harman, Mia Caldwell, Owen Warren, Anna Eddleman, Hannah Bowen, Alyssa Adams, Amber-Leigh Dalton, Kendra Ball, Kaiden Burkes, Cameron Carter, Cayden Wilson, Dylan Mount, Darby Burns, and Natalie Proksell.

(Wednesday, September 21, 2022, Carrollton, Georgia). For the second year in a row, the College Board, the nonprofit organization formed to expand and coordinate college entrance examinations, recognized Central High School students with the National Rural and Small Town Award through their National Recognition Program. Central High School nearly doubled the number of students recognized from last year with the following students earning honors.

Receiving the National Rural and Small Town Award are Haley Harman, Mia Caldwell, Owen Warren, Anna Eddleman, Hannah Bowen, Alyssa Adams, Amber-Leigh Dalton, Kendra Ball, Kaiden Burkes, Cameron Carter, Cayden Wilson, Dylan Mount, Darby Burns, and Natalie Proksell. Cameron Carter also received the National African American Recognition Award.

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