Dedicated students competed recently for the opportunity to go to school during the summer. 16 of Floyd County Schools’ (FCS) top students were selected to advance in the Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) selection process and will interview at the state level for an opportunity to participate in the program. GHP is a four-week summer instructional program designed to provide intellectually gifted and artistically talented high school students with challenging and enriching educational opportunities not usually available during the regular school year.  The 16 sophomores and juniors selected will represent FCS in the GHP state interviews to be held in January and February.  

GHP will take place on the campus of Berry College for the fourth time this summer. Rising juniors and seniors in Georgia public and private high schools are eligible to be nominated by their teachers to participate in the program. The program is fully funded by the Georgia General Assembly, so there is no charge for students to attend. For four weeks, students spend the morning in their major area of nomination, exploring topics not usually found in the regular high school classroom. During the afternoons, students choose one of the other areas in which to study. The curriculum in all areas is challenging and engaging. Evenings are filled with seminars, activities, concerts, and performances.  

Each applicant must go through a very extensive selection process to be invited to participate in the program.  Transcripts of grades and records, nomination forms, endorsements, and other pertinent information are submitted to substantiate the nominations and the students must interview with a local screening committee. 

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Coosa High School

Aviana Brook Carlton, sophomore, Science- Chemistry

Emily Grace Harris, junior, Communicative Arts

Sarah Catherine Jenkins, sophomore, Science- Chemistry

Kara Joanna Long, junior, Visual Arts

William Hunter Martin, junior, Social Studies

Model High School

Eli Anderson Abdou, junior, Science- Biology

Sarai Eubanks, sophomore, Mathematics

Alexia Danielle Fowler, junior, Communicative Arts

Tessa Mae Knowles, junior, Visual Arts

Terry Lee Lynn, sophomore, Dance

Rosalind Pack, sophomore, Mathematics

Kendell Jai Pewitt, junior, Science- Biology

Hayden Noah Robinson, junior, Communicative Arts

Tristen Davis Sprayberry, junior, Mathematics

Pepperell High School

Jaiden Isabella Mickley, junior, Theatre

Carter Wayne Nelson, junior, Music- Voice: Treble, Tenor, Bass

Alternates

William Jacob Green, Pepperell High, sophomore, Agriculture Research, Biotechnology, and Science

Luke Naddy, Model High, sophomore, Mathematics

Phillip Rylan Osborne, Coosa High, sophomore, Science- Chemistry

Major instructional areas are communicative arts (English), foreign languages, mathematics, science, social studies, visual art, theatre, music, dance, design, technology, and executive management. Instruction is also provided in four support areas — computers, counseling, library/media, and physical fitness.

Students also select a minor area outside their major area of study. These include all the major instructional areas as well as additional offerings that reflect the interests and abilities of the instructional staff. All performing groups are open to the entire student body and include orchestra, band, chorus, and theatre.