Jacolby Washington, of Milford, was selected for October at Caroline High School. He is a member of the Technology Student Association and an active member of St. James Baptist Church of Milford, Virginia where he is in the Men’s Club, the Inter-generational Choir, and various Bible study groups. He also volunteers time with computers and IT support.
After graduation Jacolby plans to attend a four year university and major in mechanical engineering, architecture, or industrial design.
Matthew Quinn Kenny, of Ruther Glen, was selected for November at Caroline High School. He is a member of Mu Alpha Theta, the cross country team, and the track and field team. He has always maintained honor roll status and is currently fourth in his class.
After graduation Matthew plans on attending either Virginia Tech or James Madison University to major in computer data analytics and become a cyber-security technician.
This past week, the CHS chapter of the National Senior Beta Club attended the Virginia State Beta Leadership Summit in Williamsburg, VA. The club achieved mastery in the Rapid Response, Service Snapshot and the Lead Outside The Box categories. All three of these teams will go on to compete at the National Beta Convention this summer in Savannah, GA.
Isabella Perez was selected as a Virginia Leadership Ambassador. She won a full scholarship to the Summer Leadership Conference
in Washington DC, and she will work with the National Beta Council in facilitating next year’s leadership summit. Isabella also has the opportunity to interview for a National Leadership Ambassador position this summer.
CHS was recognized as a National Leadership School.