Audrey will attend Harvard or Freed-Hardeman University to major in at least one of the following: Political
Science, Government, History, Literature, or Finance. She has an ACT Composite of 35 with a 36 super score. She achieved first place in HOSA Regionals for three years straight, second and third in State HOSA Competition, and went to HOSA Nationals for two years. She is the recipient of the DAR Award and was the HOBY Leadership Representative, Girls State Delegate, Student Council President, and HOSA Director of Virtual Learning. She was involved in National Honor Society and participated in the DREMC Washington Youth Tour. She was the TECA Leadership Representative, a Class Officer for 3 years, a Senate Page, and was involved in 4H Congress. She was also the VFW Voice of Democracy Local Winner and an Ayn Rand International Essay Semifinalist and a 4H Healthy Living Ambassador. She received 4-H Public Speaking Awards, went to the TN Governor’s School for the Humanities. She was Senior homecoming attendant and elected “Most Likely to Succeed” by her classmates. She was given the AP Scholar Award and the College Board’s National Rural and Small Town Recognition Award.
Taylor plans to attend Tennessee Tech to major in Marine Biology. While in high school, Taylor was active as a Varsity Cheerleader. She attended the Governor’s School for the Arts and was on the A-Honor Roll. She was the National Honor Society President, Student Council Event Coordinator, HOSA United Ambassador, and Class Secretary. She was voted “Most Talented” by her classmates and was a Winterfest attendant Sophomore year.
Caroline intends to go to Motlow and then Chattanooga State to pursue a degree in Nursing. While in high school, Caroline maintained a 4.0 GPA and received a 31 on her ACT. She is the Vice President of the Senior Class and the National Honor Society. She was a reporter of HOSA and the Social Media Coordinator of Student Council. She was a member of Spanish Club, Pep Club, and yearbook staff. She is a two-time All-American Cheerleader and was voted “Best All Around” for Senior superlative. She was “Class Favorite” and a homecoming attendant in 10th grade. She was a Winterfest attendant in her Senior year.
Andrew will attend Tennessee Tech to major in Mechanical Engineering. He made All A’s throughout high school and was named All-District in Basketball and All-Tournament in basketball during his Sophomore and Junior years. He made regionals in golf twice.
Brayden will attend Motlow to play Basketball and will go into Physical Therapy. He was named Offensive MVP for the 2019-20 basketball year and was also an All-District player. He was an All-Region 2019-20 Football player and an All-Tournament
2018-19 Basketball player. He was given the award for most free throws made in the 2018-19 Basketball season.
Deliah plans to attend Motlow and major in Nursing. While in school, she was the Senior Class President and Frontier Day Queen. She had a 4.0 throughout high school and was involved in the Student Council, National Honor Society, Pep Club, and HOSA.
Savanna will be attending UT Chattanooga to pursue a degree in social work.
She was Drum Major in the marching band for two years and obtained a 32 composite score on the ACT. She was a Duke TIP, National Honor Society member, and Student Council Officer. She has been placed on the MCHS Academic Wall of Fame.
Tyler will attend Rhodes College and will major in Chemistry. He was voted Powderpuff King, named as an All-Region three years in a row in football, and was a Defensive MVP. He was voted Region 5A Most Valuable Back in 2019. He was the
MCHS 2019 Offensive player of the Year, MCHS 2018 Defensive MVP, and on the MCHS 2017 Scout Team.
Regan will attend UT Chattanooga for a degree in Physical Therapy. Regan was a trainer for the football team, elected Homecoming Queen, and given the “Most Considerate “Senior Superlative.” She has been involved in the National Honor Society and the Student Council, and she played basketball for a few years. She was selected to attend the HOBY leadership conference at the end of her Sophomore year.
Dylan will attend Tennessee Tech for a degree in engineering. He was elected Mr. MCHS, maintained 4.0 throughout High School, served as Vice President of NHS, and named as an All-Region player his Junior and Senior years.