Four AAA Seniors Recognized For Top Awards

Successful, hardworking and intelligent—words befitting certain chosen students at Auburn Adventist Academy (AAA). This year AAA has four seniors who have been recognized for their academic achievements.

Jonathan Campbell, who plans to major in religion and eventually be a teacher, commented, “I’m very thankful because I will get more scholarships from it.” Campbell is one of 16,000 semifinalists who have a chance of making one of the 10,000 finalists for the National Merit Scholarship.

Preston Perry, who was awarded by the National Achievement Scholarship Program, says, “ I feel great, and [I] give God all the glory.” Perry is one of 3,000 students who scored in the top five percent of more than 120,000 Black Americans who took the PSAT/NSMQT. His plans are to major in neurosciences and go to medical school.

Eric Clay, who plans to study computer engineering, enthusiastically stated, “I’m excited, because I get more scholarships for college!” Clay was recognized as a Commended Student for the National Merit Scholarship program.

Brandon Gratias, another Commended Student, plans to pursue business or law. When asked how he felt about receiving this recognition, Gratias declared, “It feels nice!”

AAA is blessed to have dedicated students who deserve to be recognized for their hard work.

December 01, 2004 / Washington Conference
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