By: Martha SparksSociety Editor
May 24, 2013
Nicholas Todd McDonald will lead the Logan High School class of 2013 as valedictorian during a graduation ceremony to be held Friday at 7 p.m. in the Logan Fieldhouse.
McDonald, who is graduating in the Health Services cluster, says his favorite subjects are Calculus and History. He was selected as the US Attorney’s Ambassador for Justice Representative from Logan High School; has received numerous classroom awards and is the recipient of the PROMISE Scholarship.
McDonald plans to attend Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College for at least his first year and then transfer to a four year college to complete his degree in Pre-Pharmacy. His ultimate goal is to become a pharmacist.
He is the son of Todd and Sherri McDonald of West Logan.
Other students graduating with honor are:
• Summa Cum Laude — Jessica Browning, Derrick Charles, Casey France, Ronica Hensley and Nicholas McDonald.
• Magna Cum Laude — Benjamin Adkins, Kayli Baisden, Patrick Callaway, Lauren Campbell, Brian Craft, Jessica D. Curry, Trent Dalton, Graciana Darby, Susan Doss, Samuel Z. Gore, Shana C. Hall, Brittany Hall, Kelsey Hanlon, Zachary Hatfield, Alexis Hicks, Paige Hicks, James N. Hill, Ashton Holbrook, Shelbi Johnson, Jenna Kimler, Erica Kitchen, Olivia Kitchen, Jonathan Lakatos, Suzanna Loggins, Kaylyn Marcum, Katlyn Mollett, Randy C. Mullins, Hillary Nelson, Summer Peyton, Cortney Rakes, Austin Smith, Valene Toppings, Katelyn Vance, Ronni Vance and Amanda Whitman.
• Cum Laude — Tanner Adkins, Eric Burnette, Adam Burroway, Sean A. Deer, Matthew Dempsey, Kade Doss, Travis Epperhart, Ariel Estep, Antonia Hill, Taylor Jarrell, Katie Kirk, Kelsey Kirk, Keri McCoy, Hali Meadows, Johnny Morrison, Miranda Nisbet, Jessica Pack, Skyee Pack, Stephanie Thornhill, Hannah Tothe, Kandice Trejo, Chelsie Wiley, Amanda Williamson, Sammy Workman and Shiloh Young.
Again, Logan High School graduation will be at 7 p.m. at the Logan Fieldhouse. Anyone wanting to attend the graduation ceremony, shuttle buses will make stops at the parking building in downtown Logan and in front of Peebles. Buses will begin running at 5:30 p.m. and will also run after the ceremony.