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N.C. Governor’s School students chosen

The following CMS students were chosen for the Governor’s School of North Carolina, a publicly funded, five-week residential summer program for intellectually gifted high school students:

Ardrey Kell: Moses Wayne, Mathematics. Butler: Moriah Sharpe, English. Phillip O. Berry Academy: Fidel Dorantes, English. Cato Middle College: Ashlyn Atkinson, Theater; Carrington Merritt, Social Science. East Mecklenburg: Hannah Lieberman, Choral Music-Soprano II; Hannah Norwood, Social Science; Katherine Stevens, Instrumental Music-Viola. Hough: Matthew Newman, English; Sylvie Stanback, Art. Independence: Hannah Coffman, Theater; Brady McLaughlin, Instrumental Music-Percussion. Myers Park: Michael Ding, Social Science; Julia Maund, Social Science; Anna Osment, Natural Science; Hannah Wang, French. North Mecklenburg: Jack Bradford, English; Sarah Kerman, Social Science. Northwest School of the Arts: Madison Lee, Dance; Arrietta Van der Voort, Theater. Providence: Jacqueline Fogarty, French; Brandon Greenblatt, Social Science; Zachary Kelley, Instrumental Music (Trombone); Prayag Pershad, Mathematics. South Mecklenburg: John Holmes, Mathematics; Hannah Witner, Art.

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