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  • Friday, May 2, 2014

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Moore earns certificate

Jemila Moore, the granddaughter of Margretta and the late George Bonds and grandniece of Gladys Bonds McKoy of Georgetown is a junior at Tucker High School in Tucker, GA.

She has maintained a 4.0 grade point average for the last three years and is involved in a variety of academic activities such as the National Honor Society, the Beta Club and student council. She is passionate about basketball and is a star player on her team.

Moore has been awarded the class of 2015 Georgia Certificate of Merit, which is based on her current rank in the top five percent of her class. She has also been selected for recognition as a scholar representing Tucker High School for the state of Georgia at the Congress of Future Medical Teachers. She has been accepted to enroll at Georgia Perimeter College as a senior this fall and will be participating in the duel enrollment program.

CCU students tapped for Honor Society

Sarah Floyd and Alexis Wheeler of Murrells Inlet, Garrett Johnson of Georgetown and Max Williams of Pawleys Island are three of the 87 students at Coastal Carolina University were recently inducted into the campus chapter of Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society.

The annual induction was held in the James J. Johnson Auditorium, and 55 students participated. Professor Maria Bachman, chair of CCU’s Department of English, delivered the keynote address at the event. Membership in this prestigious national freshman honors society celebrates outstanding academic performance after the completion of one full semester of college work. Phi Eta Sigma emphasizes those personal qualities that are essential to a successful and happy life.

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