May 28, 2019
Hundreds of awards and scholarships were presented to members of the Plymouth High School senior class during Senior Awards last Friday.
Principal Jim Condon presented the TOP 5% Awards to 13 students during Friday’s Senior Awards. He said, “The students we are about to recognize finished their four year experience at Plymouth High School as the best of the best in our classrooms.” Superintendent Andy Hartley presented each student with a framed “P” academic monogram the school’s highest award. Those being honored wereJessica Baca, Annalise Barden, Mary Beatty, Bryce Carmichael, Cole Filson, Jessica Gallardo, Jackson Lee, Elizabeth Mendez, Kelsey Owen, Julia Patrick, Celia Robinson, Kathryn Smith, Samantha Zechiel
Other awards presented Friday included the 911 G.I. Bill-United States Army presented by Sergeant First Class Officer Matthew Czerniewski. PHS students Morgan Lampton and Jennifer Sommers each received a scholarship for continuing education that could total $150,992 over four years of college, trade school or even flight programs for their future while Cameron Mitchell was awarded a similar scholarship for $160,992.
The Community College of the Air Force award was presented by Sergeant Travis Lindemulder to Cassidy Holiday who has decided to join the U.S. Air Force as a security forces member. She was presented with a $90,000 scholarship to the Community College of the Air Force.
The Ancilla College Scholarships were presented by: Mrs. Kelly Manning to: Andrew Jacobs who received a PHJC Academic Success Scholarship for 2-year at $9,000; Makayla Ebert and Taylor Garza each received a 2-year $10,000 REACH scholarship; Rachell Taoutley was awarded an $11,0000 REACH scholarship and a $13,000 2-year REACH scholarship was presented to Tyler Bare.