Congratulations to our High School Graduates

Justin Simpkins is graduating June 9 from East Rowan High School. The son of Shane and Deedee Simpkins, Justin will be attending Rowan County Community College in the fall for their Paramedic Course.

Grace Howell is graduating June 9 from East Rowan High School. The daughter of Alison Wilsey and Brian Howell, Grace will attend East Carolina University this fall to study Interior Design and Engineering.

Ethan Swicegood graduated June 9 from West Davidson High School. The son of Dale and Sally Swicegood, Ethan will be attending Catawba College in the fall, majoring in History and minoring in Secondary Education.

Anna Patel graduated June 9 from Salisbury High School. The daughter of Neil and Karen Patel, Anna will attend the University of Georgia, studying Biology and Business.

Callie Kirchin graduated June 9 from Salisbury High School. The daughter of Ernie and Melanie Kirchin, Callie will attend North Carolina State University this fall.

Elly Burks graduated June 8 from Gray Stone Day School. The daughter of Dan and Jennifer Burks, Elly will attend East Carolina University this fall, majoring in Nursing.

Clayton Broadway graduated June 8 from Gray Stone Day School. The son of John and Misty Broadway, Clayton will attend East Carolina University this fall, studying Business and Pre-med.

Gemma Brown graduated June 9 from Salisbury High School. The daughter of Davis and Annette Brown. Gemma will attend Catawba College this fall, with plans to study Biology.

Chance Ratliff graduated on May 18 from Rowan County Early College. The son of Pam and Charles Ratliff, Chance will attend Catawba College this fall, majoring in Political Science and Environmental Science.

Bethanie Stauffer graduated June 9 from Salisbury High School. The daughter of Shawne Stauffer, and granddaughter of Barbara Stauffer. Bethanie will attend Vanderbilt University in the fall, majoring in Medicine Health & Society and minoring in Chemistry.

Mary Wood graduated June 9 from West Rowan High School. The daughter of Thomas and Rosemary Wood, Mary will be attending Appalachian State University in the fall, majoring in Public Health.

Camantha-Rae Lyerly graduated June 8 from Gray Stone Day School. The daughter of Craig and Debi Lyerly, Camantha-Rae will attend Lenoir-Rhyne University, majoring in Psychology.