Graduation: Eighty-six to graduate from Gray Stone Day School

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Gray Stone Day School will hold its 11th graduation commencement ceremony on Friday, June 12 at 7 p.m. in the gymnasium of Gray Stone Day School, adjacent to Pfeiffer University’s Misenheimer campus. A reception honoring the seniors and their parents will follow.

The commencement speaker for the graduation ceremony will be Ron Garrow, the chief human resources officer of MasterCard.

Garrow is a member of the Gray Stone Day School Board of Directors and serves on the National Board of Directors for Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship.

This year, Gray Stone will see 86 area graduates complete their high school careers.

It is the 10th year seniors have completed a service project.

Student commencement speakers are seniors Erin Ansbro, Taylor Earnhardt and Theodore Karabet. Boone McAulay, student body president, and David Cowan, student body vice president, will welcome guests. Naomi Ejim, class president, will introduce the guest speaker, and senior Ben Perry will present the class gift. Seniors Abigail Isenhour and Rebekah Robinson will give a musical performance.

Junior marshals are Cassie Bebout, Ilya Wang, Jake Goodnight, Megan Frick, Kyle Mitchell, Shannon Efird, Emily Jones, Sarah Hutton, Catherine Blake-Harris, LeAnn Harward, Cameron Starnes, and John Wallace.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill — Erin Ansbro, Chris Distin, Jonathan Matthews, Dray Smith.

North Carolina State University — Garrett Barringer, Taylor Earnhardt, Naomi Ejim, Frankie Goodnight, Billy Haque.

University of North Carolina at Charlotte — Lizzy Chambers, Ryan Eudy, Jackson Fink, Brandon Fortin, Cal Garmon, Troy Garrett, Ben Jones, Theodore Karabet, Seena Koohestani, Dylan Loflin, Boone McAulay, Susanna Parkhill, Luke Poplin, Rachel Poston, Seth Welker.

University of North Carolina at Wilmington — Tyler Burns, Brittany Jaramillo, Maddie Lowder, Hunter Matthews, Amanda Stevenson, Maddy Watson.

Appalachian State University — Ryan Dowdle, Cayla Edwards.

Wake Forest University — Reid Huckabee.

East Carolina University — Tim Butts, Matthew Chilton, Jordan Orick.

University of North Carolina at Asheville — Lexi Herring.

Western Carolina University — Caroline Lowder, Ben Perry.

University of North Carolina at Pembroke — Brooke Herlocker, Kali Wray.

Campbell University — Jackson Allen, Jasmine Benton, David Cowan.

Clemson University — David Singletary.

University of North Dakota — Jared Rutherford.

Salem College — Margaret Ericson, Julia Jennings, Stacia Lor.

Guilford College — Savannah Morton.

Berry College — Meghan Hedgepeth, Joshua Hooven, Sandi Jusic.

Mills College — Alex Hrisko.

Elon University — Jessie Clodfelter.

Wingate University — Avery Baker, Allyson Barnett, Elissa Detar, Taylor Garris, Abigail Isenhour, Kyle Lantz, Kaylan Roland, Megan Watson.

Gardner- Webb University — Kyle Tucker.

Lenoir-Rhyne University — Hallie McCarn.

University of Texas at Austin — Celeste Williams.

Pfeiffer University — Sydney Freeman, Ayrabia Hampton, Divone Ledbetter, Rebekah Robinson, Arnold Yu.

Catawba College — Breann Baumgarten, Logan Miller.

Stephens College — Lindsay Curlee, Savannah Love.

College of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary — Garrett Pope.

Vanguard Gap Year at Wheaton College — Will Cody.

Stanly Community College — Elizabeth Haltom, Logan Lowder, Patrick Parsons, Paige Wilhelm.

Cape Fear Community College — McKenzie Crump.

Davidson Community College — Logan Hedrick.

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College — Eilish Garvey.

United States Army — Bowman Carroll.

United States Marine Corps — Jonathon Whitley.

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