Mississippi Scholars GET INFO!
The Brookhaven School District encourages ALL students to follow the path of a Mississippi Scholar. This is a goal than CAN BE reached within your school career. The distinction of becoming a Mississippi Scholar will give students an advantage for college, the workforce or entering the military after graduation.
During high school, the requirements are slightly higher than regular coursework; students must maintain a 2.5 GPA; complete 40 hours of community service within their four years and have 95% attendance with no suspensions.
Click on the links below to read more about the Scholars Program and how YOU can encourage your child to be a Mississippi Scholar! For more information visit www.mississippischolars.net
2012 Brookhaven High School MS Scholar Graduates ... these students have earned the distinction of graduating as a Mississippi Scholar ... Congratulations!
Joanna Barnes, Josh Bowman, Michelle Boyd, Ansley Braden, Roshelman Breakfield, Rachel Brown, Orionna Brumfield, Holli Bullock, Emily Carithers, Akierra Cooper, Theavis Copper, Stephen Davey, Tyquoneshia Dickey, Kiara Dixon, Jessica Earl, Dylan Farris, Raven Fields, Brooks Foster, Britteny Harris, Dana Herring, Abbey Hickman, Brooke Hosick, Kathryn Howell, Amanda Jackson, Corey Johnson, Drew Jones, Rainey MacSorley, Ashley Mezzanares, Jeishika Patel, Sallie Pendley, John Perkins, Kenneth Sith, Brandon Thompson, Sina Ahite, Chelci Wilson, Hannah Wilson
Pictured - Former Governor William Winter (far right) presents Superintendent Dr. Lisa Karmacharya with the Governor's Partnership Award for its collaborative effort with the Mississippi Scholars Program. Accepting with her is Kenny Goza, Kay Burton, Representative Becky Currie, Senator Sally Doty, Mayor Les Bumgarner and Cliff Brumfield. The award was issued March 21, 2012 in Jackson.
MS Scholars Scrapbook (click here to see photos from the Annual Banquet, Reality Town, classroom presentations to students, school Rising Scholar ceremonies and more!)