The Toombs County High School Class of 2019 held their graduation ceremonies before a big crowd at Booster Stadium and 175 seniors received their diplomas on May 18.
TCHS 2019 Valedictorian is LiliAnn Pittman
Listen to LiliAnn’s speach
TCHS 2019 Salutatorian is Samantha Ruiz-Santana
Listen to Samantha’s speach
TCHS 2019 Honor Graduates with Distinction:
Carlie Morgan, Mary Lopez, Bret White, Cynthia Hernandez, Alexander Boyett, Breannah Hutcheson, Morgan Sager, Olga Reyes, Jenna Spikes, Emmaline Lucke, Olivia Wright, Abigail Hutcheson, Maggie Wright, Prentie Grace Stephens, Divoria Gaffney, Eden Hodges, Katherine Van Dyke, Addison Hall, Logan Harvey, Brock Harrison, Jessalyn Partin, Edgar Hernandez, Tabitha Fields, Yarami Lopez, Jada Law, Ethan “Cole” Graham, Sharon Fitzgerald, Mackenzie Cook, Zaida Maldonado, Camia Jones, Luis Trejo, Alejandra Barbosa-Perez, Yohana Ortega, Cari Eason
TCHS 2019 Honor Graduates
Elim Flores, Ricardo Santana, Amanda Matthews, Allison Conrad, Sage Jones, Leslie Venegas, Robert Alexander Johnson, Ansley McGraw, Dustin Boyd, Matilda Wilcher, Sydney McLendon, Treyvon Wiggins, Anna Kate Martin.
Toombs County High School recognizes the top ten 11th graders of the Class of 2020 as their Junior Graduation Ushers for the 2019 Toombs County High School Graduation.
Toombs County Highs School 2019 Junior Ushers Matthew Boyd, Bryce Braddy, Carson Burton, Trey Cloud, Madison Hall, Falyn Holland, Caylee Lynn, Zada Longtin, Trevor Sconyers, Jada Smith
The Class pf 2019 accumulated $287.950 of scholarship money/
Athletic College Scholarships
Bryce Deloach- Brewton-Parker College
Cole Graham- Brewton-Parker College
Brock Harrison- Thomas University
Ashlee Ashley- The University of the Cumberlands (KY)
Dememtrius Ownes- The University of the Cumberlands
Trayvan Wiggins- Fort Valley State
Ricardo Santana- Newberry