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Two CHS juniors named GHP finalists

Two Carrollton High School juniors will be headed to Georgia Southern in Statesboro this summer to participate in the Governor’s Honors program. 

Carrollton High School juniors Alana Lee and Marie Fujita-Block were selected as finalists in the Governor’s Honors program. Juniors Jacob Preston and Christopher Watts were selected as alternates. Pictured from left are Christopher Watts, Marie Fujita-Block, Alana Lee and Jacob Preston. 

Alana Lee and Marie Fujita-Block will be representing the district at the program.

The Governor’s Honors Program, known as GHP, is a four-week residential summer program for gifted and talented rising high school juniors and seniors.  Students who attend public, private, and home schools are eligible for nomination in one of 20 subject areas.

Alana will compete in Communicative Arts and Marie will compete in Science June 16 through July 13.

Other CHS semifinalists, Jacob Preston and Christopher Watts, are alternates. If selected, Jacob will focus on Chemistry and Christopher will focus on Engineering. Alternates will be notified in May if a slot becomes available in their area of concentration.

CHS has a strong legacy of producing GHP finalists. Over the last decade, more than 30 CHS students have been selected for the program.