Williamsburg Christian Academy to Graduate 24 at Saturday Ceremony

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Will Gibson (left) and Junho Oh were selected as Williamsburg Christian Academy's class of 2015 valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively. (Courtesy Williamsburg Christian Academy)
Will Gibson (left) and Junho Oh were selected as Williamsburg Christian Academy’s class of 2015 valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively. (Courtesy Williamsburg Christian Academy)

Williamsburg Christian Academy will graduate 24 members of its class of 2015 on Saturday.

Each graduate is pursuing additional education or training after graduating from WCA.

Will Gibson was selected as valedictorian for the class of 2015. He plans to attend Christopher Newport University in the fall.

Junho Oh was named salutatorian and plans to attend Virginia Tech this fall.

Below is the full list of WCA’s class of 2015:

Daniel Thomas Bunn, James Madison University
John Reilly Busching*, Liberty University
Miranda Paige Christy, Virginia Commonwealth University
Enoch Steere Comber*, Virginia Commonwealth University
Nicholas Alexander Couch*, Christopher Newport University
Emily Louise Duncan*, Agnes Scott College
Will Payton Gibson*,Christopher Newport University
Kevin Carlysle Henderson, Assumption College
Jaclyn Marie Humphreys, VCU School of Art
Alexandria Theresa Jordan-Francavilla*, Southeastern University
Chandler James Manns*, Virginia Tech
Elizabeth Savannah Mothershead*, Christopher Newport University
Junho Oh*, Virginia Tech National Honor Society
Luke Beckley Pfeifer, Christopher Newport University; Principal Award
Kara Noel Prince*, Liberty University
Emma Caroline Rodenberg, Longwood University Principal Award
Noah Christopher Salavejus, Southeastern University Mid-Atlantic
Rowan Taylor Schreiner, Thomas Nelson Community College
Jessica Lee Scoggin*, Bridgewater College
Rebecca Lynn Scoggin*, Bridgewater College
Bryanna Noelle Stanko, Undecided
Megan Jill Swope*, Longwood University
Maria Catherine Terracina*, Pratt Institute
Simone Jasmine Williams, University of the Arts, Philadelphia

* denotes National Honor Society member

 

Senior Awards

The international Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is a non-competitive, self-development program for youths ages 14 to 25. The award honors personal achievement and aims to build self-esteem and promote character development within honorees. The 2015 recipients are Elizabeth Mothershead and Will Gibson.

The Principal awards are given to students in each grade at WCA who have modeled excellent behavior, character and self-discipline throughout the school year. The 2015 recipients are Luke Pfeifer and Emma Rodenberg.