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Forsyth County Students Selected for Governor's Honors Program

Twenty-two high school students will participate in the summer program in Valdosta.

Twenty-two students from , and High Schools will be attending the Governor’s Honors Program this summer, according to a news release from school officials.

The Governor’s Honors Program (GHP), a residential summer program for gifted and talented high school juniors and seniors, is held on the campus of Valdosta State in South Georgia.

Officials with the Georgia Department of Education, who run the program, interviewed more than 2900 students from across the state over three weekends in January and February. They chose 690 finalists to participate in the 2012 summer program.

The finalists representing Forsyth County are:

Lambert High School

Louis Griffin, Music/Voice (Tenor)

Stella Huang, Visual Arts

Byungwoo Kim, Mathematics

Casey Kim, Biology

Jea Du Kim, Mathematics

Robert Whitlock, Social Studies

South Forsyth High School

Mackenzie Cato, Executive Management

Sean Dai, Mathematics

Sam Kang, Mathematics

Zain Khan, Biology

Michael Liu, Chemistry

Vijeth Mudalegundi, Biology

Shane Olcott, Music/Voice (Bass)

Giovanna Veltre, Executive Management

West Forsyth High School

Kelsey Broka, Technology

Ryan Burns, Mathematics

Daniel Carlson, Music/Woodwinds (Saxophone)

Adam Harrison-Trent, Social Studies

Maddie Laurie, Technology

Christiaan Van der Linde, Technology

Connor Wright, Chemistry

Graham Wright, Mathematics

Students will spend four weeks on the Valdosta campus beginning June 24 engaging in their major area of nomination, seminars, activities, concerts and performances.

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