Education Briefs

Price inducted into Omicron Delta Kappa


Hampden-Sydney College senior Donophan Charles Price III was recently initiated into the leadership society Omicron Delta Kappa. Membership recognizes students in the top 35 percent of their class who demonstrate constructive leadership and outstanding character. A Venable Scholar, Price serves as head resident advisor, president of the Pre-Law Society, vice president of Rotaract, and treasurer of the pre-law fraternity Phi Alpha Delta. He is a student court investigator and is a first reviewer and senior member of the Union Philanthropic Society. He is a member of the Society of '91 and the professional scientific fraternity Alpha Chi Sigma. As a sophomore, he received the Omicron Delta Kappa Award. A government major, Price is a graduate of Northgate High School and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donophan C. Price II of Newnan.


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Area students receive ABAC honors


Allison F. Gordy and Jacob N. Holland of Sharpsburg, Pamela J. Bryant of Carrollton, Lucretia Lingler of Peachtree City, and Graham J. Coppolino of Fayetteville have been named honor students at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton. To receive the recognition, a student must have completed 15 or more academic semester hours with an overall GPA of 3.2 to 3.74.


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Curtis makes track and field team at Wisconsin Lutheran


Anna Curtis of Palmetto, a sophomore at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee, has been named to the women's track and field team.


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Coweta students earn academic honors at Jacksonville State


Several Coweta County students have been named to the President’s List and Dean’s List at Jacksonville State University. Those who made the President’s List by achieving a 4.0 GA are Olivia Brown, Caroline Gillespie, Brian Hinkemeyer, Amber Nixon, Rebekah Stephens, all of Newnan; Robert Culp and Jordan Ketner, of Senoia; and James Moore of Sharpsburg.

Students who were named to the Dean’s List by achieving a GPA of 3.5 to 3.99 are Amy Blount, Jessica Coursey, Charles Dupree, Ashley Vandeford, all of Newnan; and Kimberly Eskins, Meghan Robinson, Andrea White, all of Sharpsburg.


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Coweta students earn academic honors at GMC


Several Coweta County students have been named to the President’s List and Dean’s List at Georgia Military College in Fairburn. Those who earned a spot on the President’s List by achieving a GPA of 3.7 or above are Abigail Howard and Carles Stinson of Newnan, Jonathan Stanford of Senoia, and Cassandra Denny, Jesse Mellard, and Ian Wallace, all of Sharpsburg.

Students who have been named to the Dean’s List by achieving a 3.2 to 3.69 GPA are Steven Atkins, Ernesto Carrillo, Clarence Evans, Christopher Harrison, Precious Laguda, George Mahr, Christian Novoa, Ronnie Reddish, Marlen Rosales, Austin Schrepfer, and Kathryn Stephens, all of Newnan; Cody Arrington and Mayra Colindres, both of Palmetto; Ines Banks, Austin Fry, and Timothy Kennedy, all of Sharpsburg.







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