Valedictorian Alayjah Davis addresses the audience Friday evening at the Calhoun Falls Charter School graduation.
(Kate Hruby | Index-Journal)
Valedictorian Alayjah Davis addresses the audience Friday evening at the Calhoun Falls Charter School graduation. (Kate Hruby | Index-Journal)
CALHOUN FALLS -- On a warm, breezy Friday evening, 24 students graduated from Calhoun Falls Charter School at a packed Northside Baptist Church.
Every pew in the church was filled with family and friends of the graduates, with some guests standing propped against walls and lounging outside on the steps of the church.


School principal Deidre McCullough announced that eight of the graduates would be attending four-year colleges, while 15 were planning to attend two-year technical colleges, and one was planning to enlist in the United States Marine Corps.
McCullough noted that there were 14 Life Scholarship recipients in the class of 2014 and that two would be graduating after completing all the necessary requirements in three years as opposed to four.
“Congratulations Class of 2014 for a job well done,” McCullough said.

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