"A" Honor Roll

March 2014
8th grade
Baughn, Emma Kate
Horton, Emily Taylor

9th grade
Baughn, Erin Elizabeth
Benson, Haylee Elizabeth
Byram, Lynleigh Isabella
Cole, Haleigh Brooke
Dodd, Hanna Morgan
Haley, Hannah Faith
Humphres, Kaitlyn Grace
Kendrick, Katelynn Paige
Lynn, Haley Kaytlen
McKeever, Haley Cheyanne
Mote, Allyson Paige

11th grade
Bailey, Shayna Noelle
Hicks, Sabrina Marie

12th grade
Alexander, Zachary Tyler
Davis, Shaylyn Leigh

A/B Honor Roll

8th grade
Arias, Jessica Alexis
Bagwell, Charles Delton
Cagle, Angel Janae
Dodd, Haley Erin
Hall, Joanna Faith
Meeks, Brantley Paige
Plunkett, Nathan Mack
Wills, Celeste McKayla

9th grade
Alexander, Corey Mason
Cagle, Alexandria Faith
Dukes, Alexia G
Jones, Shyann Morgan
Sanford, Levi Charles
Wills, Summer Danielle Rose

10th grade
Bass, Harlee Suzanne
Cagle, Ryan Murphy
Cornelius, Garrett Cole
Dickinson, Kelsea Erin
Mays, Garrison Wyatt
Salter, Nathaniel Blake
Stephenson, Austin Lee

11th grade
Baughn, Autumn Rae
Cagle, Sydney Madison
Harbin, Payton Brianna
Lawrence, Coleman Bryant
McGough, Kelci Tayler
Moore, Peyton Michael
Smith, Logann Grace

12th grade
Bass, Austin Denton Clark
Beck, Brooklyn Paige
Cagle, Benjamin Adam
Easley, Emma Renee
Gaddy, Allison Mackenzie
Harris, Alicia Brooke
Hill, Steven Kyle
Hulsey, Jessica Nicole
Jones, Tara Alexandria
Terry, Abigail Delilah
Tittle, Reagan Grace
Weeks, Sebrina Ann

 

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Lynn High School Mission

The mission of Lynn High School is to provide a safe and supportive learning environment where all students can learn and develop academically, physically, and socially. Teachers will utilize strategic teaching strategies, along with technology, to ensure all students develop a strong educational foundation which will allow them to succeed in their future college and career endeavors, as well as in their adult life. We will seek and encourage parental and community support in order to help our students and school succeed. Successful students will value the importance of education, therefore becoming life-long learners. Individuals who value learning will become productive members of society.

Winston County Schools Purpose and Direction

The purpose of the Winston County Schools is to create excellence in providing youth with the encouragement, peer networks, and leadership skills necessary for them to make meaningful contributions to their communities and begin a life-long journey of leadership and service in the 21st century.