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Cannon School graduates

The 71 members of Cannon Schoolís Class of 2011, which received diplomas in a May 20 graduation ceremony, have received approximately $3.8 million in merit-based scholarship funds for the next four years.
This fall, graduates will continue their educations at schools that best fit their unique talents and interests, including some of the nationís leading colleges and universities.
Concord
Thomas Campbell, University of North Carolina School of the Arts; Buddy Forrest, University of Alabama; Julie Harriss, Radford University; Olivia Jewell, College of Charleston; Kevin Kacer, Allegheny College; Graham Lombardi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Blaine McHale, Auburn University; William Nelson, University of Central Florida; Allyson Reynolds, Courtney Reynolds, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Wesley Scott, North Carolina Preparatory Christian Academy; Hannah Somerville, Butler University; Carrie White, Colorado College.
Davidson
Crystal Bennett, Boston College; Mallory Chepke, Winthrop University; Byron Dollar, Appalachian State University; Shelby Dyl, T.J. Parsons, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Spencer Goheen, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Conor Larkin, University of South Carolina; Nora Munger, Carleton College; Catherine Petok, Auburn University; Elizabeth Rubens, Montreat College.
Cornelius
Caroline Cato, University of South Carolina; MacKenzie Dickerman, University of Georgia; Winston Felker, Maggie Warren, North Carolina State University; Kirsten Hoffman, Tabby Horney, Dylan Mason, Andrew Powell, Alexander Rennie, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Megan Hunstad, University of Miami; Brendan McWilliams, Salisbury University; Maren Meyers, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Sarah Wiebusch, Miami University, Oxford.
Huntersville
Stewart Brown, Clemson University; Sam Camut, Marquette University; Morgan Colley, University of South Carolina; Madeline Hurley, Laura Oddo, Brianna RattČ, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Nicole Newman, College of Charleston; Elizabeth Nymberg, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Avery Olearczyk, University of North Carolina at Wilmington; Emily Royal, Wofford College; Stephanie Schauder, Davidson College; Morgan Sexton, Tulane University; Nick Walsh, University of Alabama.
Mooresville
Jarett Andretti, Josh Lamb, North Carolina State University; Cameron Cook, Eden Sipperly, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Marissa Deddens, Shelby Sipperly, University of South Carolina; Sarah DeSutter, Allegheny College; Andrew Mikita, University of South Carolina; Patrick Murphy, Johnson & Wales University; Jackson Sipperly, East Carolina University.
University City, Charlotte
Jacob Daily, Appalachian State University; Vicky Ghahhari, Auburn University; Rodan Imad, American University of Beirut; Nila Kannan, Boston University; Olivia Osborne, University of Florida; Joan Palumbo, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Rahul Ramkumar, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Devin Smith, Northeastern University; Raffi Yessayan, North Carolina State University.
Kannapolis
Alaina Altamura, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Rockwell
Kayla Goode, University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Charlotte – Dilworth
Gavin West, Tulane University.

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