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Belmont Career Center holds Senior Certificate Ceremony

Published: May 31, 2017 12:00 AM
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Belmont Career Center students were honored during the 46th annual Senior Certificate Ceremony and Awards Presentation on May 17. The program was held in the Health & Physical Education Center at Ohio University Eastern.

Scholarship, attendance, outstanding career-technical student awards, and career-technical certificates were presented to 108 seniors.

Top honor students were Brennon Grimm, son of Jeff and Tonya Grimm of St. Clairsville, and Alexis Marovich, daughter of Andrew Marovich and Amista and John Wilson of Barnesville.

Grimm has completed the Carpentry program and will graduate from St. Clairsville High School. He has been named Student of the Month and has been on the Honor Roll and Principal's List throughout high school. He attended elementary, middle and high school at St. John Central before transferring to St. Clairsville High School and the Belmont Career Center.

He was employed at Ron's Countertops, St. Clairsville, through early job placement and plans to continue as a full time employee.

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Marovich has completed the Hair Design program, received her state board license and will graduate from Barnesville High School. She has been named Student of the Month and has been on the Honor Roll throughout high school. She was also selected into the National Honor Society and has completed the State Tested Nursing Assistant program through College Credit Plus at Belmont College.

She is a four-year letter winner for the swim team, Marching Band Auxiliary for two years, She has participated in Key Club, past yearbook editor, Blood Bash Committee, Varsity B and Drama Club.

She plans to attend Belmont College and continue her education.

Seniors recognized for completing their career-technical program were:

Agricultural Mechanics (Diesel) Kalynn Bunfill, Trevor Cox, Jerald Jarman, Dylan Lutz, Roger Palmer, Joe Phillips, Matt Ramsay, Chase Stephens and Shamus Thompson.

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Allied Health Science Madison Booth, Kayla Bunfill, Erica Duffy, Sara Gray, Jessica Greenwood, Mickayla Kutcher, Kelsey Shaw, Deanna Spoon and Shylo Tanner.

Auto Collision Technology Anna Billman, Kasey McGilton and Jeff Showalter.

Automotive Technology James Anderson, Jamie Kelich, Payden Lucas, Damon Panepucci, Caige Smith and Andrew Weisenborn.

Carpentry Herbert Bennington, Kaleb Dobbs, Chase Fine, Dillon Giesey, Brennon Grimm, QuayVoughn James, Thomas Linn-Barry, Jeremy McKivigan, Mason Napolitano, Alex VanCuren and Tyler Young.

Dental Assisting Madyson Bane, Taylor Crow, Destiny Jeffreys, Amanda McClintock, Randijo McMahon, Rebecca Roberts and Morgan Shiflett.

Hair Design Hannah Carpenter, Michell Carr-Charlton, Alexis Marovich, Natalie McLeod, Gina Moore, Rebecca Morris, Hannah Shepherd, Brittany Southall, Jayden Turner and Alison Yocum.

Hospitaly & Facility Care Services Amanda Bates, James Coleman, Amber Lucas, Shania May, Brianna Ross and Bryce Shiflett.

PC & Network Technology Dylan Barker, Dale Bennett, Brandon Hunter, Carolina Lancaster, Doug Marshall, Guy Smith, Austin Steen and Corey Strope.

Precision Machining Ray Briggs, Matt Frazier, Quson James, Kyle McGarry, Dan Milewsky, Tony Morelli, Brad Parsons, James Roth, Ian Swain, Seth Tullis and Jonathan Winzenreid.

Small Engine Technology Harley Bennett, Evan Blacker, Jared Burlenski, Nick Coast, Dustin Davis, Adam DeVaughn, Cameron Fish, Brandon Galloway, Jeff Gilmore, Malachi Higgins, Charles Johnson, Eleanor Lucas, Richard McCardle-Plants and Cathreene Scott.

Visual Graphics & Web Design Haley Fillon.

Welding Zach Brownfield, Dalton Clay, Derek Craig, Lynzi Erickson, Keanna Giesey, David Gordon, Cole Huebner, Josh Kahl, Cody Krol, Charlie Kulazenka, Blaike Leonard, Kara Scarfpin and Jake Windsheimer.


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