HHS seniors receiving diplomas Friday
Clif Knight, Hartselle Enquirer
Hartselle High School seniors totaling 182 are in line to receive their diplomas at graduation exercises on Friday, May 26, at 7 p.m. in J. P Cain Stadium.
"This is a good class of students," Principal Jerry Reeves said. "It has earned over $1 million in college scholarships. They represent the Hartselle community very well and they have a bright future."
Three members of the class-Danielle Williams, Tiffany Cooper and Hunter Corum, share the honor of being ranked number one academically with 4.2 grade point averages. Each will have a speaking part on the program. Cooper will give the greeting, Williams will present the class gift and offer some reflections based on class history, and Corum will give the farewell address.
They will be joined by 13 other class members with grade point averages of 4.0 or above for special recognition. The honorees are Sam McCutcheon, Whitney Long, Anna Hormel, Brad Eubanks, Daxton Maze, David Kilborn, Mary Agnew, Tyler Ward, Daniel Thomas, Jacob Holmes, Tiffany Harris, Kalen Berry and Nathan Kimbrell. Each will receive an honor graduate medallion prior to the awarding of diplomas.
In keeping with tradition, the Hartselle High School Chorus complete with senior members will sing a song and diplomas will be presented by Principal Jerry Reeves. Joining him on the speaker's platform will be Superintendent Dr. Mike Reed and Assistant Principals Joe Weaver and Bob Young. Johnny Berry, boys head basketball coach, will announce the names of diploma recipients.
Reeves said the senior class has distinguished itself in the pursuit of knowledge, athletic competition and community service.