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Douglas private school grads going to Johns Hopkins, Tech
by Liz Marino
May 28, 2013 05:21 PM | 1470 views | 0 0 comments | 23 23 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Three private high schools in Douglas County — Harvester Christian, Heirway Christian and Colonial Hills Christian schools — recently completed their graduation ceremonies.

Colonial Hills graduated a class of 10 on May 18. Lanah Jose was recognized as valedictorian and will be attending Georgia Tech. Senior Heather Lashley will be attending Faulkner University on a soccer scholarship, according to Tammy Blackwood, administrative assistant for the high school.

Heirway graduated 10 seniors at their commencement March 24 at Pray’s Mill Baptist Church in Douglasville, according to middle/high school teacher Cindy Bowling.

Senior Funmilayo Idaomi, a native of Nigeria, was named class valedictorian, and will be attending Johns Hopkins University in Maryland on a scholarship. Kay Butts was named salutatorian. She, Briana Keierleber and Emily Willis will be attending the University of West Georgia on scholarships.

Harvester Christian Academy graduated 13 seniors at its ceremony on May 19 at the Douglasville Conference Center.

Alicia Sipe was named valedictorian and Laura Borland was named salutatorian.
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