JCJC GED Graduates Earn Scholarships

Written By: Teresa Martin
Email Address: teresa.martin@jcjc.edu
Date Submitted: 2012-07-25 16:37:24

ELLISVILLE – Nine recent graduates of Jones County Junior College’s GED program earned tuition scholarships for having the highest GED score in their county. Jasper County’s Laura Lee Small also received a $500 scholarship from the JCJC Foundation Inc., for being the overall high GED scorer. Scholarship recipients include: Clarke County –Faith Johnson; Covington County –Billy Baker; Greene County. –Davin Clark; Jasper County –Christopher Jones; Jones County – Linda Robertson; Perry County – Jason Dolbear; Smith County  - Casey Jernigan; Wayne County – John James. 
 
Picture cutline: Overall Highest Score-Foundation Scholarship Laura Lee Small and Caroline Ramagos. Laura Lee Small of Bay Springs (right) had the highest overall score on the GED test. JCJC VP of Advancement and Executive Director of the JCJC Foundation Inc., (left) congratulated Small on her accomplishments and awarded her a Foundation scholarship. She was one of the109 students who participated in graduation ceremonies recently and is part of the largest group of graduates to date. A record number of 507 GED students graduated Tuesday night at commencement ceremonies and many are registered for fall college classes at Jones.
Picture cutline: Clarke County: Clarke County’s Faith Johnson (right) is being congratulated by her GED instructor, Jimmy Daniels (left) for earning the highest score on the GED test at JCJC’s Clarke County GED center. She was rewarded with a full tuition scholarship to Jones for her efforts. She was one of the 109 students who participated in graduation ceremonies recently and is part of the largest group of graduates to date. A record number of 507 GED students graduated Tuesday night at commencement ceremonies and many are registered for fall college classes at Jones.
Picture cutline: Covington County: Billy Baker  (right)is being congratulated by GED instructor, Caleb Smith (left) for earning the highest score on the GED test at JCJC’s Covington County GED center. He was rewarded with a full tuition scholarship to Jones for his efforts. He was one of the 109 students who participated in graduation ceremonies recently and is part of the largest group of graduates to date. A record number of 507 GED students graduated Tuesday night at commencement ceremonies and many are registered for fall college classes at Jones.
Picture cutline: Jones County:  Linda Robertson (right) is being congratulated by GED examiner, Jennifer Hughes  (left) for earning the highest score on the GED test at JCJC’s Jones County GED center. She was rewarded with a full tuition scholarship to JCJC for her efforts.  She was one of the 109 students who participated in graduation ceremonies recently and is part of the largest group of graduates to date. A record number of 507 GED students graduated Tuesday night at commencement ceremonies and many are registered for fall college classes at Jones.
Picture cutline: Jasper County: Christopher Jones (right) is being congratulated by GED instructor, Caleb Smith (left) for earning the highest score on the GED test at JCJC’s Jasper County GED center. He was rewarded with a full tuition scholarship to JCJC for his efforts. He was one of the 109 students who participated in graduation ceremonies recently and is part of the largest group of graduates to date. A record number of 507 GED students graduated Tuesday night at commencement ceremonies and many are registered for fall college classes at Jones.
Picture cutline: Perry County: Jason Dolbear (right) is being congratulated by his GED instructor, Carla Manning (left) for earning the highest score on the GED test at JCJC’s Perry County GED center. He was rewarded with a full tuition scholarship to Jones for his efforts. He was one of the 109 students who participated in graduation ceremonies recently and is part of the largest group of graduates to date. A record number of 507 GED students graduated Tuesday night at commencement ceremonies and many are registered for fall college classes at Jones.
Picture cutline: Smith County: Casey Jernigan (right) is being congratulated by GED instructor, Caleb Smith (left) for earning the highest score on the GED test at JCJC’s Smith County GED center. She was rewarded with a full tuition scholarship to Jones for her efforts. She was one of the 109 students who participated in graduation ceremonies recently and is part of the largest group of graduates to date. A record number of 507 GED students graduated Tuesday night at commencement ceremonies and many are registered for fall college classes at Jones.
Picture cutline: Wayne County: John James (right) is being congratulated by his GED instructor, Debby Dearman for earning the highest score on the GED test at JCJC’s Wayne County GED center. He was rewarded with a full tuition scholarship to Jones for his efforts. He was one of the 109 students who participated in graduation ceremonies recently and is part of the largest group of graduates to date. A record number of 507 GED students graduated Tuesday night at commencement ceremonies and many are registered for fall college classes at Jones.
 
 
 

 

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