Alcovy 2020 top ten

Alcovy High School administration recently honored the Class of 2020 top ten students. Pictured left to right, bottom row, are Valedictorian Austin Wells, Salutatorian Vanessa Ezurike, Samuel Dage, Simon Jenkins and Miguel Sanchez-Ruiz. At the top are Miranda Baker, Gemma Campbell, Isaac Harris, Danila Dokuchayev and Juleigh Lynn.

COVINGTON — Alcovy High School recently announced the top 10 graduates of the Class of 2020.

Graduating at the top of the class is Valedictorian Austin Wells, and Salutatorian Vannessa Ezurike.

Rounding out the top 10 graduates in numerical order are: Samuel Dage, Simon Jenkins, Miguel Sanchez-Ruiz, Miranda Baker, Gemma Campbell, Isaac Harris, Danila Dokuchayev and Juleigh Lynn.

See below for information on the top 10 graduates, including their plans for the future.

♦ Austin Wells—Plans to attend Georgia Tech and major in computer engineering.

♦ Vannessa Ezurike—Plans to attend Georgia State University and major in nursing.

♦ Samuel Dage—Plans to attend Missouri Science and Technology and major in geological engineering.

♦ Simon Jenkins—College of choice is undecided but plans to major in computer science.

♦ Miguel Sanchez-Ruiz—Plans to attend Mercer University and major in criminal justice.

♦ Miranda Baker—Plans to attend Bowdoin College and major in government.

♦ Gemma Campbell—Plans to attend Georgia State University and major in chemistry.

♦ Isaac Harris—Plans to attend Georgia Tech and major in computer science.

♦ Danila Dokuchayev—Plans to attend Augusta University and major in dental hygiene.

♦ Juleigh Lynn—Plans to attend University of North Georgia and major in nursing.

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Covington native and proud Valdosta State alumna, Hunter has previously worked with The Covington News and Valdosta Daily Times. She started working for Rockdale/Newton Citizen in June 2018.

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