More Student successes


Sophomore Taylor Breaux has been selected as a National Youth Delegate to the 2019 Washington Youth Summit on the Environment at George Mason University in Washington, D.C, in June. He will be one of only 300 students from across the country to participate in a week-long study of leadership in environmental science and conservation. Breaux was chosen based on academic accomplishments and his interest in the sciences and conservation studies.
Congratulations to District Science Fair Participants: Aaliyah Newsome placed 1st in Class 5 Environmental; Caitlyn McNamee placed 1st in Class 4 Environmental; Beth Hammill placed 2nd in Class 4 Earth/Space; and Austin Myers placed 2nd in Class 4 Chemistry. They all qualified to go to the State MAIS Science Fair in April.
Congratulations to Envirothon Team A: Jared Bewley, Sarah Grace Brownlee, Emily Lewis, Gage Mitchell, Aaliyah Newsome, and alternate Sam Brownlee. They took 1st place overall at district competition, as well as 1st place in Aquatics, Wildlife, and Current Issues. They will compete at the State level at the end of April.
Senior Zoe Williams recently served as a junior page for the Mississippi State Senate, assisting in its day-to-day operations by running errands for officials and other staff.