Monday August 19th, 2019 12:02AM

Nine Hall Co. students chosen for Governor's Honors Program

By AccessWDUN Staff
Nine Hall County students have been selected as finalists or alternates for this year's Georgia Governor's Honors Program.
The residential summer program is for gifted and talented high school juniors and seniors. Administered by the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement, it takes place at Berry College in Rome.
Over 3,200 students from across the state applied and nearly 1,600 students were interviewed and auditioned in February as part of the selection process.
Here are the nine honorees, their status, and their school:
Ashley Alcantar Magana Finalist  West Hall High School    
Camryn Spence Finalist   Chestatee High School    
Caroline Barber Finalist   Chestatee High School    
Cindy Aguilar Finalist   Johnson High School    
David Woodard Finalist   Chestatee High School    
Trey Grimsley Finalist   Chestatee High School    
Garrett Plumlee Finalist   Flowery Branch High School    
Lydia Ebbs Finalist   Johnson High School    
Matthew Hawn Alternate  North Hall High School  
More information about GHP can be found on the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement website: 
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