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Central High School Junior Accepted into Governor’s Honors

Pictured is Central High School Principal Kelly Edwards, Makayla Parson, and Director of Bands David Warren.

Central High School junior Makayla Parson was formally accepted into the Governor’s Honors Program in the area of Music (French horn). Makayla was nominated by Director of Bands David Warren.

“I was not surprised in the least to hear that Makayla had been selected as a participant in the Governor’s Honors Program”. Stated Director of Bands, David Warren. “Her hard work and dedication to her musical studies is admirable and above all else, she has incredible character and is a well-rounded student. She is an example for not just the students in our program, but also our school and community.”

“We are very proud of Makayla, her musical skill and work ethic,” said Principal Edwards. He continued, “We have a strong Fine Arts Program in our district and on our campus, which is evident in the number of fine arts students who have been accepted into the program over the last few years.”

The Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) is a residential summer program for gifted and talented high school students who will be rising juniors and seniors during the program. The program offers instruction that is designed to provide students with academic, cultural, and social enrichment necessary to become the next generation of global critical thinkers, innovators, and leaders.

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Linda Morris
Linda has been a Carroll County Schools educator since 1995 and currently serves as Central High School’s Media Specialist. In addition, she is a certified fitness instructor with One Life Atlanta Fitness and teaches part-time with the University of West Georgia.