Meet the 2024 Valedictorians & Salutatorians of Rob. Co. High Schools

Meet the 2024 Valedictorians & Salutatorians of Rob. Co. High Schools

Meet the 2024 Valedictorians & Salutatorians of Rob. Co. High Schools

ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Meet the 2024 Valedictorians and Salutatorians of the Robertson County High Schools. These students have set the pace academically in their respective schools this year and have set high goals for themselves in the coming years. Join us in congratulating them as they lead their fellow graduates to their high school finish line.

Students listed alphabetically by school:

East Robertson High School

Ava Hester: Valedictorian
Ava plans to attend the Unversity of Tennessee-Martin beginning next year and will major in veterinary science.

Emma Joyce: Salutatorian
Emma will attend Western Kentucky University in the fall and major in Animal Science.

Wyatt Pearson: Salutatorian
Wyatt will attend UT-Martin next year and major in Farm and Ranch Management. Upon his graduation, Wyatt will become an 8 th generation Robertson County farmer on the family farm.

Greenbrier High School

Caroline Moles: Valedictorian
Next year, Caroline plans to attend Belmont University and will major in Nursing.

Kaitlin Dillard: Salutatorian
Kaitlin will attend Vol State Community College, majoring in biology. She will also play softball on a scholarship.

Jo Byrns High School

Julia Arms, Valedictorian
Julia will attend Austin Peay State University pursuing a degree in Veterinary Technology.

Addyson Gainous, Salutatorian
Addyson will also be attending Austin Peay, and majoring in Nursing

Springfield High School

Kevin Hake: Valedictorian
Kevin will attend Tennessee Tech, and major in political science.

Cameron Connor: Salutatorian
Cameron will attend Austin Peay and will be majoring in Finance.

White House Heritage High School

Joshua Sullivan: Valedictorian
Joshua will be attending Boston University and majoring in neuroscience, with the eventual goal of being a surgeon.

Constance Baker: Salutatorian
Constance will begin studies in the fall at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville with a major in biology and a concentration in global health.

Congratulations to each of these graduates and the schools they represent.

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