Fifty-eight Lexington Two students will be inducted into the Myrdis Walker Scholars program this month.
The program recognizes African-American students in eighth through 12th grades who have demonstrated academic excellence.
Eligible students must be identified as gifted, according to the South Carolina criteria, or have acquired a class rank in the top 15 percent of his/her high school class. An additional goal of the program is to establish a peer support group of outstanding African- American student scholars in the district. The program is named for Myrdis Walker, who taught for many years at the former R. Earle Davis Elementary School in Lexington Two.
An induction ceremony is set for 7 p. m. February 18 at the Lexington Two Innovation Center.
This year’s inductees from the district’s two high schools and four middle schools include:
Airport High—Lillie Brady, Tavaras Holmes, and Shania Mims
Brookland-Cayce High—Tamia Barden, Te’Killa Jones, Melanie Owens, and Olivia Warren.
Busbee Creative Arts Academy—Devak Asberry, Cameron Boyd, Ajarea Brooks, Cassidy Callahan, Noah Chambers, Peri’yaun General, Nayana Glover, Timothy Graham, Tirzah Graham, Amarren Hopkins, Denaji James, DaVaun Johnson, La’tresa Middleton, Rayvan Murphy, Maurianna Richardson, Hope Riley, Ciara Simms, and Audrey Williams
Northside Middle— Brianna Armstrong- Jenkins, Ava Butts, Martin Charles, Paris Beaty, Giovanni Smith, and Azirus Williams
Pine Ridge Middle— Faith Agutu, Marcus Davis, Casey Duncan, Sandria Larkin, Madalyn Miller, and Kayla Whitfield
Fulmer Middle— Aaron Clyburn, Jaylin Conyers, Chise Corbitt, Londyn Couch, Sydney Edmond, Laila Elliott, Omarion Fladger, Elijah Gaymon, Jalen Graham, Elias Guest-McCray, Trissta Hale, Tanija Israel, Gloria Jacobs, Micah Jamison, Ta’Leesha Jones, Iyanna King, Paige Moore, Anthony Muller, Jayla Westbrook, Isabella Whetzel, and Lewis Wider