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Graduation 2018: North Rowan Senior intentions

Graduating North Rowan High School seniors have made the following plans:

Catawba College: William Anthony, Breanna Deal, Isaac Gibson, Ninee Herh, Nathaniel Lauck, Hannah Spry, Dixie Spurlock, Naomi Stinson, Ty’Kier Walker and Jacob Young.

East Carolina University: Arielle Edwards and Jolie Savage.

Lenior-Rhyne University: Mikayla Young.

Livingstone College: Messiah Swindell and Myanna Hillie.

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University: Derricka Blakeney, Rochelle Bowman, Angel Medina and Meliya Parker.

North Carolina Central University: Diamond Jones and Jada Phillips.

North Carolina State University: Tristyn Flowers.

Pfeiffer University: Kelli Dollard, Asia Miller and Afrikah Salaam.

Shaw University: Shaquilla Jeter, Dennis Rivers and Sha’Vonda Woods.

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill: Alexandra Burnham, Tristian Martinez and Coby Weant.

University of North Carolina Charlotte: Jacob Castor, Joshua Ellis, Felix Espinal-Baquis and Xochiltl Nunez-Ariza.

University of North Carolina Greensboro: Dhasan Boler, Taylor Ellis, Moya Errante-Wolfe, Thomas Hammonds and Keirra Wilson.

University of North Carolina Pembroke: Mykeria Adkins.

University of North Carolina Wilmington: Taylor Walker.

Western Carolina University: Omar Lara-Martinez, Alsadi Mohammed, Elijah Sturdivant and Darren Williams.

Wingate University: Alexus House.

Winston-Salem State University: Jonathan Britton, Montana Fornash and NaQuez Reid.

Coastal Carolina University: Dominique Karczewski.

Averett University: Jaleel Webster.

Trinity International University: Joshua Mason.

Davidson County Community College: Dajuan Clement and Elvin Lopez.

Georgetown University: Russell Smith.

Universal Technical Institute: Dillon Temple.

Tidewater Community College: Jerrin Smith.

Forsyth Technical Community College: Johnathon Hilliard.

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College: Alijah Broom, Christopher Brown, Jewel Brown, Sierra Bryant, Dajuan Clement, Erica Clements, Terry Coleman, Kyla Corneilson, Bryson Deal, Amanda Dilbeck, Loreal Fair, Mackenzie Garwood, Brandon Guzman, Ashlyn Gwyn, Carolina Hawkins, Shonton Hoosier, Dawson Hoover, Daniel Horning, Lee Kennedy, Caroline Koerner, Lale Lee, Isabel Lemke, Brooke Link, Alexander Loflin, Jamaria Martin, Kendall Murphy, Austin Richard, Tanajah Robinson, Jordan Sanchez, Guadalupe Sifuentes, Asia Sisomphou, Makayla Smith, Aubrie Stinson, Sierra Thomas, Jonathan Tucker, Jurnee Webster, Andrea Wells, Mercades White and Robart Worth.

Military: Matthew Bane-Pickens, David Bush, Isaiah Gibson, Travion Heggins, Nicholas Sao, Ikeriah Shields and Terren Smith.

Undecided: Willie Armour, Hunter Bolen, Jaquavion Carpenter, Maria Carrillo, Desirae Gallimore, Jatyra Jones, Tyre Mason, Eric Tyner, Briana Osorio, Tiaira Cotton, Joshua Grove, Kobe Dupre, Olivia Shearer, Miranda Dok and Erica Clements.

Employment: Stanley Bailey, Ambrose Brock, Hunter Evans, Keivon Glasco, Larry Hatfield, Sampson Kerns, Mario Muhlbach, Torsha Herr, Tiffany Washington, Kapria White and Selena Yang.



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