Every year I ask the top 12 students that were named Junior Marshals of their class where they are going to college. Congratulations on your selections!!!
There are many other students that have made some great college and career selections. If you would like to share those choices with me send me a pm via Facebook under GoMavs Dot Net.
Class of 2015 Junior Marshals - Jo Abbott (University of South Carolina), Sebastian Bedoya (California Institute of Technology), Lauren Hurley (University of South Carolina), Matthew Justus (Clemson University), Keira Newkirk (Clemson University), Colton Miller (Anderson University), Charissa Pichai (Honors College at University of South Carolina), Hannah Pullias (Honors College at College of Charleston), William Randall (Wofford College), Ronald Tep (Stanford University), Noelle Warfford (Roanoke College), and Paige Yanity (University of Virginia).
Every year the top twelve students in the Junior class (based on their class rank in January) are given the honor of being a Junior Marshal at the Senior graduation. The Junior Marshals wear all white dresses and tux jackets along with an orange sash and perform special duties at graduation. Congratulations to all our present and past Junior Marshals.
If you have previous year's Junior Marshal lists or pictures, please email Sandy Lawson
Class of 2016 Junior Marshals - MaKayla Brooks, Connor Clayton, Emma Driggers, Nima Ghorbami-Moghaddam, Ashley Girven, Alexis Goodson,Nicole Joven, Emily Kaufman, Wael Namouz, Anieke Papenhuyzen, Shelly Phillips, Amanda Rickert.
Congratulations to Rachel Perrett, junior at Mauldin High School, for being selected as a Captain for the US South Carolina's National Team. The 20 players selected from across South Carolina played Memorial Day weekend against other state teams and came away with a very impressive 2-1-2 record. Rachel was also recognized by the South Carolina High School Lacrosse Coaches Association for her play during the 2015 season. First-team All-Region, First-team All Upper-State, First-Team All-State, and Co- Attack Player of the Year for South Carolina. Congratulations Rachel- way to represent Mauldin High School