Local students earn college honors


The following local residents were initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.

Peyton Roth of Fayetteville was initiated at Armstrong State University;

Andrea Holloway of Newnan was initiated at Brenau University;

James Sennett of Newnan was initiated at Brenau University;

Kelli Borland of Fairburn was initiated at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.


Newnan resident and Azusa Pacific University student Kaylyn Wells made the academic Dean’s List.


Kendall Parks of Peachtree City was named to the Honor List of Oxford College, the two-year liberal arts division of Emory University.


Justyce Lewis of Fayetteville has been inducted into Valdosta State University’s Alpha Beta Kappa chapter of Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education.


Kathryn Carl, senior elementary education major from Peachtree City was named to Culver-Stockton’s President’s List.


The following students were given academic honors by Abraham Baldwin College;

Fayetteville residents Griffin D. Arnall and Graham J. Coppolino;

Peachtree City resident Jacob B. Carney;

Sharpsburg residents Allison F. Gordy and Amanda L. Stitt.


The following students earned the distinction of Faculty Honors at the Georgia Institute of Technology. This designation is awarded to undergraduate students who have a 4.0 academic average for the semester.

Lloyd Anders of Peachtree City

Michael Avidano of Fayetteville

Julie Bergen of Brooks

Julia Brooks of Senoia

Maria Bump of Newnan

Catherine Chapman of Peachtree City

Sarah Dixon of Peachtree City

Gene Hynson of Peachtree City

Steven Johnston of Peachtree City

Katherine Ledbetter of Peachtree City

Christopher Pham of Peachtree City

Catherine Roshelli of Peachtree City

Jacqueline Sample of Fayetteville

Morgan Stephens of Fayetteville

Teegan Van Gunst of Fayetteville

Jordan Varghese of Fayetteville

Barry Weaver of Newnan

Rebecca Whitlock of Newnan

Kathryn Wurst of Fayetteville