Science and Mathematics Governor’s School Welcomes Class of 2019

September 5, 2017

Hartsville, SC – One hundred and fifty-five students from across South Carolina have been accepted to the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics (GSSM) in Hartsville. GSSM is pleased to welcome the Class of 2019:

  • Akhil Adusumilli
  • Jyoti Swaroop Adusumilli
  • Camilla Aragon
  • Noah Klimkowki Arango
  • Autumn Ashley
  • Jim Atwater
  • Natasha E. Aust
  • Maddy Babb
  • Will Bain
  • Paul James Alba Balmediano
  • Michael Bertram
  • John Besser
  • Rylee Bodony
  • Tori Botzis
  • Landon Bradshaw
  • Sienna Brent
  • Ben Brickle
  • Maya Brown
  • David Brown
  • Dylan Bruss
  • Nathan Burt
  • Justin Cacal
  • Divine C. Cade
  • Jada Cameron
  • Kollin Campbell
  • Shayla Carney
  • JuHwan Cho
  • Kaitlyn Cimney
  • Peyton Clark
  • Cecilia Coler
  • Cynthia Grace Collins
  • Elizabeth Anna Colmer
  • Heather Cosh
  • Lexi Coulombe
  • Nicholas Daly
  • Daphne Dang
  • Knowlton Davis
  • Kendall DeLong
  • Abigail Dowling
  • Robby Dullanty
  • Rachel Eisenhart
  • Melinda Elser
  • John Estock
  • Emily Fast
  • Isabel Finnegan
  • Jenna Flake
  • Jean S. Foissac
  • Abigail Fralick
  • Eugenia Fulcher
  • Brianna Fuller
  • Randi Gamble
  • Josh Geden
  • Austin Geer
  • Jack Griggs
  • Brent Hadley
  • Adam Hakimji
  • Marissa Haller
  • Caitlin Harrington
  • Frank Michael Hawkesworth
  • Doyle Hayden
  • Elijah Hayes
  • Esha Hegde
  • Corbin L. Higgs
  • Daniel Hilbourn
  • Olivia Hilferty
  • Will Hobbs
  • Ben C. Hodges
  • Cassandra Jenkins
  • Jeffrey Jiang
  • Catlyn Johnson
  • William Joseph
  • Derrick Joyce
  • Maximus Keane
  • Kayleigh Kelly
  • Virginia Allison-Lane Kenan
  • Nina Krasnoff
  • Sam Larson
  • Anais Lawson
  • Daniel Li
  • Jackson Lockwood
  • John Lu
  • Alura Luck
  • Melina Madden
  • Michael Madden
  • Michael Mai
  • Caitlin McDade
  • Johnathan McDowell
  • Lani McGuire
  • Brendan McManamon
  • Mackenzie Meadows
  • Collen Mims
  • Chloe Moore
  • Jacob Nalley
  • Nghia Nguyen
  • Tri Minh Nguyen
  • Thandi Nixon
  • Leighton E. O'Dell
  • Nicholas Orlando
  • Grace Park
  • Skyler Parks
  • Chetna Patel
  • Yaj Patel
  • Ronak Patel
  • Nishi Patel
  • Victoria Paul
  • Travis Pence
  • Michael Anne Pennell
  • Niko Petersen
  • Hayley Pflug
  • Audrey Pope
  • Darby Porter
  • Jacob Pritchett
  • Jordan Ann Rajcok
  • Will Ramsey
  • Albert Rancu
  • Ashlyn Reining
  • Amairani Renteria
  • Lamar Richards
  • Animesh Sahu
  • Paula Salazar
  • Richard Sandvoss
  • Jenny Schaffer
  • Mandy Schreiner
  • Emma Schreiner
  • Cooper Schroeder
  • Layne Scopano
  • Blake Seekings
  • John Patrick Shaheen
  • Nathan Cole Sigmon
  • Caroline Sizemore
  • Lillian Slaughter
  • Hunter Smith
  • Hollis Smith
  • Paul Caleb Sprowl
  • Gavin Hale Stafford
  • Isabel Strinsky
  • Jack S. Stuckey
  • Reed Studer
  • Jaden M. Stutts
  • Carnya D. Sutton
  • Julian Taliaferro
  • Brooks Taylor
  • Tyler Taylor
  • Justin Allen Thomas
  • Brian Christopher Torreon
  • Bella J. Valadez
  • Zayden Van Vleet
  • Chasity Waldron
  • Haakim Waraich
  • William Wendt
  • Drew Whitman
  • Dejanay Williams
  • Kenneth A. Winterfeldt
  • Rohit Yarlagadda
  • Tres Yonce

GSSM students moved onto campus in mid-August and classes started August 14. This year, the School celebrates 276 students representing 128 high schools and 35 counties. 

For nearly thirty years, GSSM has been one of the nation's top ranked residential high schools, serving the state's highest achieving juniors and seniors. It offers unique, college-level courses and a hands-on curriculum with a special focus on science, technology, engineering, math and research, along with concentrations in economics and entrepreneurship, as well as a full array of humanities courses.

One of 12 specialized science and math programs in the country, the School has been nationally recognized for its overall excellence, strong mix of intellectual challenges and dedicated teachers, as well as its rigorous mentored scientific and economic research program. 

For more information on how to apply for GSSM’s class of 2020, visit: http://www.scgssm.org/admissions/residential-admissions.

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