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Graduation 2019: Salisbury High School senior plans 2019

Academy of Art University: Gwendalyn Watkins.

Appalachian State University: Graham Carlton III, Kevion Chunn, Samuel Combs, Joshua Faulkner, Elizabeth Ann Graeber, Lila Harry, David Holden, Briggs Hudson, Zara Huffman, Sara Richard, Rachel Seifert, Ernesto Tinajero.

Bennett College: Judea White.

Brevard College: William McGee.                                              

Cape Fear Community College: Luke Holland.             

 Catawba College: Brittney Ervin, Stephania Tavira-Ramirez.

Central Piedmont Community College: Ashanti Steele.

Chowan University: Tayvion Ward.

Clemson University: Madison Mowery.

Davidson College: Laura Bullock. 

East Carolina University: Mehki Corpening, Ryan Lutz, Chantal Robinson, Ian Walser.

Gardner Webb University: Bobby Rusher, Tenijah Smith.

Hampton University: Choyce Davis.

Johnson C. Smith University: Jiron Johniken.

Livingstone College: Jinika Glenn.                           

Lenoir-Rhyne University: Cristian Chavez Campos, Roxana Henriquez.

Lorain County Community College: Abnelis Velez-Manzanet.

Mississippi State University: Timothy Body.

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University: Ni’Tavia Corpening.   

North Carolina State University: Spencer Blackwell, Sydney Edwards, William Fisher, Pratham Patel.

Pfeiffer University: Makayla Dillard, LyXharia Rogers.

Piedmont International University: Anthony Figueroa-Tovar.

Rotary International Exchange Program: Tessa Susannah Miriam Brown.

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College: Eric Argrett, Jaden Barr, Sydney Baskins, Jadeah Bennett, Sierra Burley, Jenifer Castillo Pacas, Debrya Cooper, Sykeria Cowan, Horacio Cruz Camacho, Jala Davis, John-Luke Deneen, Mariana Diaz Jolon, Ashanti Drummond, Nasya Evans, Angel Lanier, Heidy Mercado, Brianna Moore, Lamara Phillips, Zamaih Pressley, Kaitlyn Pryor, Jade Rowh, Chania Tabor, Sara Torres Alejandre, Paola Villegas Gonzalez, Jessica Villegas, Ronald Garrido-Juarez, Roneishia Hamilton, Jacari Harris, Allison Harrison, Darrion Hill, Evan Hollingsworth, Shyla Horton, Taina Johnson, Donovan Kerns, Gabriela Loeza Molina, William Lopez, Belmaris Pinel, Tacorra Robinson, Tiffany Robinson, William Setzer, Christopher Siberion, Ian Walworth, Tottieona Willie.

Shaw University: Tyrone Johnson.

Trelleborg Apprenticeship: Jareese Lee.

Undecided: Teresa Aguirre Ruiz, Vianney Avalos Velasco, Deahvion Bookhart, Malik Boyd, Destiny Bush, Yasmine Cannon, Javares Chambers, Jamarcus Cottrell, Walter Cruz-Avila, Destiny Cunningham, Janiyah Davis, Edgar Estrada-Lobato, Marvin Finger, Ethan Frank, Destiny Gadson, Kevin Garcia Cortes, Daniel George, Cameron Gill, Francisco Gomez-Romero, Naomi Hall, Shiquan Horton, Rayshun Mason, Treis McElroy, Angel Mejia, Estela Mercado Molina, Isaac Mitchell, Deyvi Montoya-Euceda, Keith Pagan, Donte Reaves-Abel, Jasmine Rutherford, Muyanmu Sirleaf, Enrique Talero Trujillo, Didier Telles Anariba, Taivon Torrence, Lizbeth Trejo Garduno, Omari Wiggins, DeJuan Wyatt, Arrawn Yang.

U.S. Navy: Endee’ef Grant.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Roarke Burton, Kiera Cherry, Blake Clark, Olivia Dagenhart, Stanton Dunham, Ellen Simons.

University of North Carolina at Charlotte: Ximena Farfan Perez.

University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Miracle Austin, Claire GarnerKevin Hidalgo-Hernandez, Maribel Portillo.

University of North Carolina at Wilmington: Joel Davies, Leah Davies, Jackson Fisher, Christian Miller, Carsyn Parrott, Harrison Parrott, Zachary Robinette, Jander Rodas-Palacios.

Virginia University of Lynchburg: Gabriel Clark.  

Virginia Tech: Zachary Johnson.                                                       

Western Carolina University: William Austin, Jason Grenoble, Rebecca Lewis.

Wingate University: Mary-Catherine Hope Berger, Bryanna Troutman.

Winston-Salem State University: Myreonni Wells.                     

Employment: Kevin Adams, Yeison Alvarado Bonilla, Isaiah Baker, Alene Blakeney, Cristhian Bonilla Lara, Anthony Bottari, Persia Brotherton, John Duff Burris, MaryHi Centeno Pineda, Kevin Chawlk, Bil’lizah Connor, Gavin Dishman, Michael Everhart, Cody Gappa, Brian Garcia Cortes, Ramiro Guerrero-Tinajero, Lisette Henriquez Perez, Adamaris Hidalgo-Millan, Rahson Hudson, Thomas Hunter, Dylan Kirby, Adam Layman, Vungue Lor, Joshua Miller, Steven Millner, Angie Murillo Galindo, Isaiah Phillips, Corbin Rabon, Jahbreel Russell, Saul Sanchez, Marshall Smithman, Wesley Still, Jamaree Summers, John Thomas, Sehrenia Toms, Shajuan Warren, Bricara Wilson, Gabriel Yow, Jeyson Zavala Guzman.

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