Valedictorian Day hosted at State Capitol

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On June 11, 2022, Governor Brian P. Kemp and First Lady Marty Kemp hosted valedictorians from high schools across Georgia in a ceremony celebrating their success at the State Capitol. These young leaders have set themselves apart throughout their time in high school. The Governor and First Lady, joined by leaders from Georgia’s higher education institutions, are proud to reward these students’ excellence with a token of their appreciation, and to wish them the best as they continue to grow as people and professionals.

“Marty and I want to join your loved ones, your teachers, and your community in congratulating all of this year’s valedictorians from across the great State of Georgia. This remarkable academic achievement is just the latest milestone on a path of continued scholastic and professional success. We are proud of all that you have accomplished and look forward to all you will contribute to your respective fields in the years to come as some of our brightest minds. As you do so, we hope many of you will continue to call Georgia home and build lives and careers right here in the Peach State,” quoted Governor Kemp.

On behalf of the Office of the Governor, we’re specifically writing to inform you that the following students from your area have been recognized:

Samuel White from Swainsboro High School and Karime Gonzalez-Demillon from Emanuel County Institute.

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