Cadet Recognition Ceremony
Georgia Military College Prep School recently honored those students who have distinguished themselves in academics and character. An assembly for the high school was held on October 22, and an assembly for the middle school was held on October 24.
Colonel Fred Van Horn, GMC Executive Vice President spoke to the students at both assemblies and offered inspiring remarks about the words we live by at GMC: Duty, Honor, Country, and Character Above All!
Major Brent Gebel then presented the Character Education Videos for the months of August and September. This is a new project for the prep school and the students have done a fantastic job. Each month will focus on specific virtues and provide filmed examples of character in action.
Colonel John Thornton, GMC Prep Principal, recognized cadets who were present for every class period of every day during Quarter 1, thereby achieving Perfect Attendance.
Bethea III, John
Reece IV, Elvin
Kotrick Jr., Kevin
Stevens IV, John
Bloodworth, H. Shane
Huff Jr., Jimmy
Massey Jr., Charles
Melder Jr., Mechelen
Dudley Jr., Rodney
Mills IV, Henry
The following students were recognized for achieving Honor Roll, by having a Quarter 1 average of 85 or higher (with all A’s and B’s) but not eligible for the Principal’s List and had a satisfactory discipline record:
T. J. O’Donnell
Katie Anna Thigpen
D. J. Clayton
Mary Kathryn Mason
The following students were recognized for achieving the Principal’s List, by having an A average in all subjects and a satisfactory discipline record. They were invited to come on stage to shake hands with Lieutenant Colonel Pam Grant, GMC Prep Assistant Principal, and receive a special certificate.
Vanna Ruth Stone
John Austin Vance
The following Character of the Week Honorees were recognized for having been nominated by faculty members for exhibiting outstanding character during the quarter.
From the Middle School:
T. J. O’Donnell
GOODWILL TO OTHERS
From the High School:
Each assembly ended with the presentation of the Character Cadets of the Quarter. The Character of the Quarter is chosen by a vote of the Character Education Committee, comprised of middle school teachers, high school teachers, and administration.
The Character Cadet of the Quarter for the Middle School is:
The Character Cadet of the Quarter for the High School is:
Congratulations to all students who were honored during the Cadet Recognition Ceremony for Quarter 1.
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