A total of 13 senior graduates were named Academic Top Students at Scott High School, led by eight valedictorians and two salutatorians.

Among the majors, announced last week by Principal Melissa Rector, are Carlie Chambers, Alaina Duncan, Rachelle Foster, Gracie King, Gracie Mason, Landen Rogers, Kloie Sexton and Morgan Shelton. The Salutatorians are Dillon Butler and Braelyn Keeton. Natalie Lyons, Kristian Obrusanszki and Katie Roysden were also honored as top university students.

All 13 have a cumulative grade point average above 4.0.

Valedictorian Carlie Chambers is the daughter of Winfield’s Chris and Jessica Chambers. She has been a member of the Beta Club for three years and a member of the Honors program for four years. She is a member of the First Baptist Church of Oneida. Carlie’s goals are to attend the University of Tennessee and major in biological sciences. His GPA is 4.1739.

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Valedictorian Alaina Duncan is the daughter of Chad and Frannie Hutson of Helenwood. She is a four-year member of the Lady Highlander Basketball Team where she was recognized as an all-district member of District 4-3A and a four-year member of the Lady Highlander Softball Team. She has also been a member of the Beta Club for three years. Alaina is a member of Landmark Baptist Church where she teaches Sunday school. Her goals are to pursue a career in pharmaceutical technology. His GPA is 4.1667.

Valiant Rachelle Foster is the daughter of Ray Foster and Rosalinda Foster of Oneida. She has been a member of the Beta Club for three years, a member of the Envirothon for four years, and a member of the Journalism Club for one year. She attends Black Oak Baptist Church where she is part of the youth group. Rachelle’s goals are to attend the University of the Cumberlands where she plans to major in accounting and a minor in business administration. His GPA is 4.1458.

Valiant Gracie Nicole King is the daughter of Sam King and Kate Fletcher of Robbins. She has been a member of the Beta Cub for three years and a member of the FCCLA for four years. She has also been a four-year member of the Lady Highlanders soccer team and the Scott High cheer team. Gracie is the president of Beta Club and FCCLA, and she was recognized as a UCA All-American for four years for her encouragement. Gracie is a member of Mountain View Missionary Baptist Church. Her goals are to attend the College of Nursing at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville to become a pediatric nurse before earning her medical degree. His GPA is 4.1667.

Valedictorian Gracie T. Mason is the daughter of the late Cheryl Mason, Bryan Mason and Virginia Wood of Pioneer. She has been a member for three years of the Beta Club and a member for three years of the Upward Bound program. Gracie was recognized as a Tennessee Scholar. She has over 120 hours of community service and is a member of the Antioch Baptist Church where she is part of the youth choir. Gracie’s goals are to attend Middle Tennessee State University and major in elementary education. His GPA is 4.1739.

Valedictorian Landen Wayne Rogers is the son of Sunbright’s Shannon and Brandy Rogers. He has been a member of the Beta Club for three years, a member of the Student Council for four years, and will graduate with honors. Landen was recognized as a Tennessee Scholar. Her goals are to go to college and earn a degree in computer science. His GPA is 4.1667.

Vale Kloie Gail Sexton is the daughter of Straight Fork’s David and Amanda Sexton. She has been a member of the Beta Club for three years, a member of the Upward Bound program for four years, and was chair of the STAND Youth Board for three years. Kloie is a member and Sunday school teacher at Sugar Grove Baptist Church. Her goals are to attend Roane State where she will enter the vision care program to become an optician. His GPA is 4.1667.

Valiant Morgan Grace Shelton is the daughter of Stacey and Willie Boyatt and Rick and Sherri Shelton of Oneida. She is a three-year member of the Beta Club and a four-year member of the honors program. She has also been a four-year member of the Lady Highlanders football team and a four-year member of the Marching Highlander Group, where she has been a section leader for two years. Morgan attends Grace Christian Fellowship Church where she is active in the youth group. Her goals are to further her education in nursing and become a registered nurse. His GPA is 4.1667.

Scott High School’s Class of 2022 Salutatorians include Dillon Butler and Braelyn Keeton.

Salutatorian Dillon Butler is the son of Joe Butler and Peggy Butler of Helenwood. He has been a member of the Beta Club and Scholars Bowl team for three years. He is also a four-year member of the French Club and a two-year member of the Journalism Club. Dillon is an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. He volunteered for four years at the pantry and attends Black Oak Baptist Church. Dillon’s goals are to attend Tennessee Tech University to become a high school history teacher. His GPA is 4.125.

Salutatorian Braelyn Keeton is the daughter of Brad and Nikki Keeton of Robbins. She has been a member of the Beta Club for three years, a member of HOSA for one year and a member of the Honors program for four years. Braelyn has been recognized as part of the National Society of High School Scholars. She has volunteered at the courthouse, DA’s office, and daycare and is a member of Robbins First Baptist Church. Braelyn’s goals are to attend Roane State and transfer to Lincoln Memorial University where she plans to become a registered nurse specializing in labor and delivery. His GPA is 4.125.

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Scott High School’s top college students in the Class of 2022 are Natalie Lyons, Kristian Obrusanszki, and Katie Roysden.

Natalie Lyons is the granddaughter of Winfield’s Linda Tramell. She has been a member of the Beta Club for three years. Natalie won first place in Wildlife at the Regional Envirothon in 2021. She has been a member of the STAND Coalition for two years and is the Director of the Sexual Abuse Committee. Natalie’s goals are to earn a doctorate in psychology and become a mental health psychiatrist. His GPA is 4.0833.

Kristian Neely Obrusanszki is the son of Zolton and Kathy Obrusanszki of Oneida. He has been a member for three years of the Beta Club, a member for four years and president of the French Club, and has participated in the 4H congress. He is also a four-year member of the cross country and track and field teams and a three-year member of the Highlander soccer team. Kristian’s goals are to become a professional technology specialist. His GPA is 4.0417.

Katie G. Roysden is the daughter of Randall Roysdon and Lesley Roysdon of Winfield. She has been a member of the Beta Club for three years, a member of the Honors program for four years and will receive an Honors diploma. Katie was also recognized as a Tennessee Scholar. Her goals are to attend the University of the Cumberlands where she will major in secondary education. His GPA is 4.0208.

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