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Mill Springs Graduates Pick Colleges Near, Far from Home

Paul Jarvis and Emily Chastain were valedictorian and salutatorian for the 2013 graduating class.

Mill Springs Academy graduates will head to universities as close as Reinhardt and Kennesaw State and as far as Arkansas and Iowa in the fall.

The graduating class of 2013 was announced by the Alpharetta school today, June 10. The class valedictorian was Paul Noah Jarvis and the salutatorian was Emily Katherine Chastain. The following list of graduates also indicates their choice of college for the fall:

  • Justin Martin Armenta – Undecided
  • Michelle Nicole Bonin – Reinhardt University
  • Aleksandr Jared Calais – Chapel Haven, New Haven, CT
  • Emily Katherine Chastain – Oxford at Emory University
  • Andrew Bryant Cicco – Harding University, Searcy, AR
  • Austin Tyler Coleman – Piedmont College
  • Madeline Frances Connell – Kennesaw State University
  • West Thomas Connor – Tusculum College, TN
  • Philip Joseph Early – Georgia Southern University
  • Brandon Michael Gildersleve – Georgia Southern University
  • Robert Michael Golden II – The Golf Academy
  • Zachary Douglas Harmon – Undecided
  • Rebecca Michelle Henderson – Jacksonville State University, AL
  • Paul Noah Jarvis – University of the Ozarks, Clarksville, AR
  • Douglas Lee Marcotte – Reinhardt University
  • Matthew Nelson McNaughton – Maryville College, TN
  • Wyche Dixon Monette – Darton State College
  • Spencer Ciprari Murphy – Southern Polytechnic State University
  • Andrew Mitchell Norris – West Virginia Wesleyan College
  • David Royce Pardue – Reinhardt University
  • Nikolai Alexander Pawlowski – Reinhardt University
  • Mary Elizabeth Short – Kennesaw State University
  • Matthew Logan Singleton – Mississippi State University
  • Courtney Anna Sontag – REACH Program, University of Iowa
  • MaKinzi Noelle Dawn Wright – Savannah College of Art and Design

About Mill Springs Academy

Mill Springs Academy is a values-based educational community dedicated to the academic, physical and social growth of those students who have not realized their full potential in traditional classroom settings.

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