Local high schools recently announced their class of 2019 valedictorians and salutatorians.

Editor’s note: For each school listed below, the valedictorian is listed first, followed by the salutatorian, unless otherwise noted. Also, Campbell and Cumberland won’t announce their valedictorians and salutatorians until after the Neighbor’s print deadline, and Galloway and Howard do not name a valedictorian or salutatorian.

Atlanta Classical: Hannah Pearl and Natalie Spangler

Atlanta Country Day: Daniel Michael Baum Jr. and Alina Jones Van’t Hooft

Atlanta International: Yannie Tan and Justin Chau

Atlanta Jewish: Medad Lytton and Zoe Sokol

Brandon Hall: Ruiyang Zhao and Tianya Zhao

Ben Franklin: Alex Warren and Harper Burdette-Sapp

Holy Innocents’: Emma Forrestal and Colin Cassell

Holy Spirit: co-valedictorians - Watson Casal and Mikayla Brown

Lovett: Dylan Shapiro and James Harrison

Marist: Isabella Capri Hay and Natalie Morrissey Selover

Mount Vernon Presbyterian: valedictorian – Mark Grove; salutatorians – Hannah Hagenau and Katie Thompson

North Atlanta: George “Quint” Gfoerer and Thomas Contif

North Springs: Lindsey Nicholas and Elaine Wen

Pace: Jacob Sloman and Abigail Lund

Riverwood: Michelle Stanek and Julie Mittelstedt

St. Pius X: Ellie Glenn and Ansley Boykin

Weber: Ruth Stolovitz and Sydney Rein

Wesleyan: Jennifer Nolan and Mary Ann Manley

Westminster: valedictorians – Jessica Lao and Dylan Vroon; salutatorians – Naima Turbes and Alex Greene

Whitefield: Donovan Pearce and Grayce Guthrie

Woodward: Mona Mahadevan and co-salutatorians Lily Chahine and Emma Gallagher


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