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  • “Graduates, this is it; we have reached the end. After four long, arduous years, we have reached the end of our high school lives and are embarking onto far greater horizons. Some of us are going to college, or the military, or straight into the workforce. And some of us have other greater plans that aren't any that I have listed. Whatever our next step is, we have completed one chapter of our lives, and we should be proud of all the hard work that brought us here.” ~ Joan Kariuki, Valedictorian

    Meet Westover's Standout Senior: https://bit.ly/SOS2023DamodrickFoster 

    Graduation Photo Gallery: WOHS Media Photo Folder 

    Graduate Quick Facts:  

    • Donovan Edwards was awarded the Career Pathways and Youth Growth Stock Trust Scholarship.

    • Isis Staton was awarded the FTCC Foundation Scholarship.

    • Vedvy Gonzalez received the Brian Edkins Scholarship.

    • La’Kirra Fields received the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Sandhills Regional Allied Health Scholarship.

    • Archie Thompson received the Gates Millennium Scholarship and will attend NC State University. 

    • Joshua Jones received $3,130,115 in scholarship offers from 10 different universities.

    Westover High School Athletics:

    • Joshua Jones will play football at North Carolina Central University and was awarded a $135,000 scholarship for five years.

    • Braydon Forehand will wrestle at Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska. He was also awarded a $22,000 scholarship. 

    • Ayonna McNeill will wrestle at Mount Olive University and has been awarded a $23,440 scholarship. 

    • Noah Jovanovic will play basketball at St. Andrews University and was awarded a $14,250 scholarship. 

    • Quasey Gutzmore will play soccer at Carolina Christian College.

    • Dominic Hyman was awarded an athletic scholarship to Methodist University for $75,000.