Patch Honors Dacula Graduates: Congrats, Class Of 2020

DACULA, GA — Patch wants to provide a way to share the achievements of our high school graduates, even if it’s in a small way. With in-person instruction canceled through the rest of the 2019-20 school year due to the coronavirus in Georgia public schools, seniors are missing out on the last moments of what should be a celebratory time.

We know many high school seniors are missing milestone high school events, and we hope that this will give the community a way to share their pride in our class of 2020 high school graduates.

If you’d like to add your graduate, fill out the form here.

DACULA HIGH SCHOOL

Erin Marie Watt, attending Kennesaw State University to pursue a degree in sports medicine.

From the family: “Congratulations Erin! We are so proud that, not only are you graduating, but graduating with honors! You have worked so hard to juggle softball, work and being dual-enrolled in HS and college- all during this crazy Covid-19 saga! Well done! We can’t wait to see where your adventure takes you next! We love you! Love, Mom, Dad, and Bailey”

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Macy Poisal, will be playing Softball at Georgia Military College, while pursuing a degree in nursing

From the family: “Congratulations Macy Poisal! We are so proud of you! Love, Mom and Dad”

MILL CREEK HIGH SCHOOL

Riley Gross, attending the University of Georgia, majoring in communications

From the family: “We are beyond proud of you and can it wait to see your life unfold before you! We love you! Mom, Dad, Mattie, Hailey, Lulu and Jasper”

Sophia Barron, attending Florida State University, majoring in electrical engineering

From the family: “We are so proud of your accomplishments, Sophie! You have worked hard to reach your goals. We look forward to watching you create your next chapter in life! Love, Mom, Dad, Millie, Wade, and family!”

Abbie Key, attending Kennesaw State University to major in nursing

From the family: “Congratulations on graduating with honors! We are beyond proud of you and can’t wait to see how you conquer your dreams. Love, Mom, Dad and Alex”

Caleb Massenberg, attending Middle Georgia State University, majoring aviation science and management

From the family: “We are so proud of Caleb for a graduating with honors as a duel-enrollment student. He has worked tremendously hard to achieve his goals. We can’t wait to see him excel in college and become a pilot.”

Cheyanne Reynolds, attending Georgia State University, majoring in biology

From the family: “Congratulations on your success we wish you the very best! Love, Your family & friends”

Eathan Terry, attending Georgia State University, majoring in education

From the family: “Eathan we are SO proud of you. Can’t wait to watch you go and do big things!”

Hunter Misuraca, attending Kennesaw State University to study mechanical engineering

From the family: “Congratulations! We love you and are so proud of you! Mom and Dad”

Isabelle Harrel, attending the University of North Georgia

From the family: “So proud! Love, Mom, Dad, & Luke”

Karisma Singh, attending Piedmont College and majoring in biology

From the family: “We are so proud of you!! Love, Mom, Raveena & Harman”

Maddie Hartsog, attending Mississippi State University

From the family: “We are so proud of you! Love you! Mom, Dad, Drew & Belly”

Madison E. Meeker, attending Valdosta State University, majoring in communications/public relations with a minor in theater arts

From the family: “Congratulations, Maddie!! We love you so much & can’t wait to see what’s next for you at VSU. We’re so proud of you! Love, Dad, Mom, Tyler & Jared”

Peter L. Lauderdale, attending Gwinnett Technical College

From the family: “Being excited for this moment is an understatement. We are so proud of you and will always continue to pray for your well being and success as you move to the next phase of your life. Congratulation son! We Love you!!!”

Reese Nifong, attending the University of Georgia, majoring in political science with a minor in French

From the family: “We’re so proud of you!”

Ronald Clarke, attending Appalachian State University on a full football scholarship, majoring in business management

From the family: “Congratulations son. We are all so proud of your hard work in and outside of the classroom. Stay focused and know that we love you and wish you success on your journey.”

Ryan Swearingen, attending Clemson University

From the family: “We are so proud of all your accomplishments!”

Tonnie Hill, attending Georgia State University, majoring in pre-law and sports management

From the family: “Congrats Tonnie! We are proud of you. Mom & Dad”

Did we miss your grad? Fill out the form here. Patch will be updating this post until May 31.

See also: Join Georgia Patch In Honoring The High School Class Of 2020.

This article originally appeared on the Dacula Patch

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