Stellar Student: Reggie Blanch
by Bobby Tedder
11:48 AM, Thursday, September 25
Brandon Hall School senior Reggie Blanch’s sense of direction has served him well both in and out of the classroom at the Sandy Springs school. The 17-year-old began laying the groundwork for an eventual path to achievement years ago. If his acade...

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