Black Seniors Honored

June 02, 1991

The Howard County Public School System's Black Student Achievement Program honored the county's top academic African-American seniors in a "A Celebration of Excellence" last week at the Oakland Mills Meeting House.

The following seniors were cited:

Atholton High School: Kori Hunter; Vonda Jones; Denise Richardson; Tammara Watts; and Ife Walcott.

Centennial High School: Earl Bravo; Michelle Curley; Candace Howell; Erin Kendrix; Rogers Lewis; Sabrina Mitchell; Zain Muhammad; Julie Parham; Rachael Richardson.

Glenelg High School: Daryll Gassaway.

Howard High School: Jonathan Armstrong; Kristin Bacon; Tanikka Carter; Cherisse Coley; Paul Curry; Timothy Day; Charlita Durham; Luvonda Felton; John Finney; Endora Fleming; Ayanna Green; James Green; Natasha Hall; Erik McClenney; Erin Reid; Cheo Rochelle; Charles Somerville; Christopher Thomas; Terrence Troy; Noreen Turner; Cheri Wise; Gregory Yancey; Monica Young.

Hammond High School: Dominique Better; Dylana Bows; Andrea Clark; Monika Cope; Annjeanette Crone; Clifton Epps; Kyle Jefferson; Duana Jones; Mekka Richardson; Keith Simmons; Stacy Spann; Tracie Spann.

Mount Hebron High: Cescili Drake; Malaika Jackson; Sherrie Kelly; Kimberly Marlow; Candace White.

Oakland Mills High: Terrick Ball; Rahshemah Boyd; Jonna Brown; Thomas Bundy; Susan Clanzy; Dedrick Dunbar; TamikoGaither; Malcolm Gillian; Bridget Innerarity; Genevieve Jackson; Lori Lawler; Ian Mitchell; Katrina Overton; Clint Peay; Korey Singleton;Christina Verleger; Katrissa Warfield.

Wilde Lake High School: Chadwick Adebiyi; Mica Brooks; Charles Bucknor; Daniel Burns; Philip Chenier; Charles Gayle; Brian Gibson; Joseph Guyton; Corlette Hartfield; Elias Ibrahim; Anika Ingram; DeVaughn Jackson; Donna Johnson; Michael Jones; Michael Kelly; Nicole Lee; Una Lynn; Oba McMillan; RandolphMiller; Starr Minott; Stephen Mowatt; Jamelia Ott; Teneisha Pinkston; Ricardo Rowe; LaShann Selby; Nia Smith; Tuneesa Thomas; Braxton Toler; Alsandro Turner; Adam Tyer; Kristin Vaughn; Raphael Wall; Darius Waters.

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