33 graduate from Hilton Head Christian

tbarton@beaufortgazette.comMay 25, 2013 

Thirty-three students in Hilton Head Christian Academy's Class of 2013 graduated Saturday at Hilton Head Presbyterian Church.

Total amount of scholarship money earned by graduates: More than $1.2 million.

Speakers: Senior class president Lilli Serral; valedictorian and salutatorian; and headmaster Matt Skinner.

Valedictorian: Charles Thomas Guenther earned a 4.77 grade point average and plans to study biology at the University of South Carolina Honors College.

Salutatorian: Jeffrey David Lehman earned a 4.74 grade point average and plans to study business at the University of Louisville.

From the principal: "Consisting of diverse personalities, the Class of 2013 has grown into a cohesive group even amidst difficult times, making an impact on their school and their surrounding community. Living out I Chronicles 12:31, the seniors have 'understood the times,' and have worked collectively to leave a legacy of encouraging fellow students and make Hilton Head Christian Academy a better place." -- Upper School principal Larry Green

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Hilton Head Christian Academy Class of 2013:

Shelby Lavan Allen

Caroline Victoria Anderson

Sarah Ann Bundy

Robert Campos

Sarah Grace Carroll

Tyler James Chisholm

Kathleen Chamberlain Crowe

Mark Andrew Davis

Sophia Rife DeSimone

Michael Charles Drake, Jr.

Robert Charles Evanofski Jr.

Ryan David Frey

Charles Thomas Guenther

Gabriella Anne Guidobono

Summer Michele Johnson

Jeffrey David Lehman

Nicole Louise Brooke Maxey

William Alexander McCutchen IV

Grant Horry McDaniel

Rebecca Elizabeth Meeder

Hector Sabas Mendoza

Charlotte Leigh Munn

Sara-Jane Pippa O'Grady

Kenneth Clayton Oliver

John David Reichel

Jane Whaley Rogers

Ann Lillian Saylor Serral

Reed Louis Shindell

Madisen Renè Phillips

Lindsey Victoria Twaddell

Mary Katherine Vilcheck

Emily Jamison Williams

Jamario Shaun Williams

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