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And the celebration continues…with 75 CCPS Summer School graduates

Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) recently celebrated the last group of high school graduates from the 2021-2022 school year in a graduation ceremony for summer school students held at North Point High School. Every year CCPS holds a high school graduation in August for students who completed their graduation requirements in summer school. Seventy-three students walked as their friends, family, school principals and staff cheered them on at the event marking the completion of their high school career.

Superintendent of Schools Maria V. Navarro, Ed.D., spoke at the event and shared parting words of wisdom to the graduates. “I guarantee you that you will experience challenging times again – in school, at work and in your personal lives, but remember, you have experienced what is like to persevere,” Navarro said. “And even when things seem too difficult to figure out, get help and don’t spend time doubting what you can do. Find a way to continue to persevere–figure out who you want to be and work hard to get there.”

Members of the Class of 2022 who earned their diplomas in summer school include:

Henry E. Lackey High School

  • Peter T. Bivins III
  • Talaya M. Brown
  • Daerien A. Gottselig
  • Mahagany A. Graves
  • Immanuel C. Jackson
  • Tori X. Jones
  • Jesse J. Jorgensen
  • Marcellus T. Savannah
  • T’mani A. Smith
  • Skylar W. Sutton
  • Janiyah R. Swann
  • Delante T. Washington
  • Tiera M. Webb
  • Jude A. Wilburn

La Plata High School

  • Austin C. Aleshire
  • Shaine E. Blankenship
  • Chayli A. Bowie
  • Antonio D. Love
  • Dylan F. Penn
  • Emily R. Webb

Maurice J. McDonough High School

  • Jasmine K. Foster
  • Jenna K. Frenz
  • Ambrea D. Richardson
  • Callee L. Wilson

North Point High School

  • Steven E. Lindsay
  • Mary K. McPherson

St. Charles High School

  • Jacob A. Barbee
  • John C. Battle
  • Kendal C. Bennett
  • Shakyra A. Burroughs
  • Kyla R. Colbert
  • Keiry F. Cruz
  • Anthony Dorsey
  • Adriana D. Douglas
  • Mykell E. Douglas
  • Anaya T. Hall
  • Ricky L. Holloway Jr.
  • Rikai T. Hudson
  • Trevon L. Logan
  • Angelo M. Loynes
  • Alexis Mendez-Martinez
  • Maxwell J. Norton
  • Derek E. Revels Jr.
  • Benjamin J. Reyes Vasquez
  • Deric R. Robinson Jr.
  • Jauan V. Robinson IV
  • Ameala L. Shorts
  • Jalen D. Spears
  • Jordan L. Stewart
  • Nakayla A. Wesley
  • Alaja R. White
  • Damonte J. White
  • Adrianna N. Williams

Thomas Stone High School

  • Isaiah J. Barnett
  • Tyler M. Black
  • Melina E. Carroll
  • Ayron D. Edwards
  • Zion R. Fallings-Beverly
  • Alex D. Gumataotao
  • Zachary B. McKeithan
  • Ta’Kira D. McPherson
  • Nico A. Pratt
  • Bryan R. Rosales
  • Alexandra L. Sheidy
  • Keiarvae D. Waddy
  • Jayden T. Woods

Westlake High School

  • Andre B. Fortune Jr.
  • Jacob T. Haile
  • Lasea E. Hammond
  • Hope D. Lee Vines
  • Jasiah J. Mason
  • Tavorian McGregor
  • Alana E. Reed-Colbert
  • Brooke R. Struzzieri
  • Ayanna D. Wheeler

About CCPS

Charles County Public Schools provides 27,000 students in grades prekindergarten through 12 with an academically challenging education. Located in Southern Maryland, Charles County Public Schools has 37 schools that offer a technologically advanced, progressive and high quality education that builds character, equips for leadership and prepares students for life, careers and higher education.

The Charles County public school system does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or disability in its programs, activities or employment practices. For inquiries, please contact Kathy Kiessling, Title IX/ADA/Section 504 Coordinator (students) or Nikial M. Majors, Title IX/ADA/Section 504 Coordinator (employees/ adults), at Charles County Public Schools, Jesse L. Starkey Administration Building, P.O. Box 2770, La Plata, MD 20646; 301-932-6610/301-870-3814. For special accommodations call 301-934-7230 or TDD 1-800-735-2258 two weeks prior to the event.

CCPS provides nondiscriminatory equal access to school facilities in accordance with its Use of Facilities rules to designated youth groups (including, but not limited to, the Boy Scouts).