45 students graduate from Hilton Head Preparatory School

sbowman@beaufortgazette.comMay 24, 2014 


  • Hilton Head Preparatory School Class of 2014:

    Kevin Patrick Campbell

    Angelo Paul Carrabba

    Teresa Gloria Casasus

    Brianna Elizabeth Caspersen

    Taylor Laine Childress

    Robert Lewis Clark Jr.

    Teron Tevin Daley

    John Emmett Eck

    Henrique Chierotti Ferreira

    Megan Jenna Frederick

    Christopher Cole Gardocki

    Mariana Gould

    Arthur Bradney Griffin

    Delaney Belle Hart

    Tory Leigh Henrichs

    Peter Michael Higgins

    Xingiie Huang

    Deia Emerson Hunt

    Megan Ann Kelley

    Kristin Eleanor Langan

    Ceha Lee

    James Gerard Leonard

    John Logan Mallett

    Matthew Gregory Mannion

    John Thomas Marbut

    Kelly Marie Mengel

    Brayden Lee Mitchell

    Sean Patrick Myers

    Julia Carol Nahman

    Sean Patrick O'Connor Jr.

    Olufunmilola Adetokunbo Pedro

    William O'Brien Peterkin

    Forest Barry Richardson

    John Brewster Sheehan

    Andrew Francis Spencer

    Christian James Steinmetz

    Shaun Joseph Topper

    Olugbenga Bolutife Toriola

    Carlie Schuyler Van

    Emily Madison Vaughan

    Jiaying Wang

    Gregory Porter Warren

    Marisa Margot Wojcikiewicz

    Jared Christopher Woodson

    Randolph Young Jr.

The 45 students of Hilton Head Preparatory's Class of 2014 graduated Saturday in a ceremony at the Joseph B. Fraser Field House on Hilton Head Island.

Total amount of scholarship money earned by graduates: $1,732,180

Speakers: Seniors Brianna Caspersen and Christian Steinmetz

Valedictorian: Brianna Elizabeth Caspersen earned a 5.15 grade point average and will attend the University of California Berkeley.

Salutatorian: Christian James Steinmetz earned a 4.93 grade point average and will attend Clemson University.

From the principal: "This year's senior class has distinguished itself in many areas: international science fair, three state champion athletic teams, 14 states where they will be attending college, over $1.7 million in college scholarships, 10 athletes signed to play their sport at the college level, outstanding performances on the stage, fantastic artwork, hundreds of hours of service to others, and much, much more. We appreciate and admire all that this group of young men and women has accomplished and we look to them to keep up this remarkable array of achievements." -- Peter Cooper

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