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  • “Throughout our journey, we have often found ourselves overwhelmed by expectations and ambitions. We have been conditioned to think about the future constantly: planning and working tirelessly toward our goals. While it is important to have dreams and aspirations, it is equally important to embrace the beauty and significance of the present. Living in the moment is being fully present in every experience. It means relishing the joy of achievement, cherishing the bonds we have formed, and appreciating the lessons learned in our most challenging moments. It is about savoring each passing second, for these moments will never return.” ~ Joshua Kim, Valedictorian

    Meet South View's Standout Senior: 

    Graduation Photo Gallery:  SVHS Media Photo Folder 

    Graduate Quick Facts:

    • The South View High School Class of 2023 has received more than $1.7 million in scholarships so far

    • Neveah Colon was awarded the Gerald W. Beatty Scholarship.

    • Zymiria Blue was awarded the Career Pathways and Youth Growth Stock Trust Scholarship.
    • Aubrey A. Kebort was awarded the FTCC Foundation Scholarship.
    • Hayden Moore received the Brian Edkins Scholarship.
    • Lane Oliver Horne received the Durham and Lucy Riddle Scholarship Endowment.
    • Anthony Jones was awarded the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Scholarship, the Brenda C. McFadyen Scholarship and the Brenda Jernigan Memorial Scholarship. He also received a full-ride to NC State University. 

    South View High School National JROTC Scholarships:

    • Jayvion C. Summerville (National Army ROTC) 4-year scholarship winner to Virginia Military Institute. 
    • Maynor E. Ramos-Ayala (National Army ROTC) 3-year scholarship winner to North Carolina A&T University.
    • Elizabeth McNeill (National Army ROTC) 3-year scholarship winner to UNC-Greensboro.
    • Zamarion Cisero received numerous Mid-Atlantic Christian University scholarships, totaling $10,000.

    South View High School Athletics:

    • Christon Buchholtz will play golf at Campbell University.
    • Nevaeh Colon will play basketball at Fayetteville State University.
    • Zamarion Cisero will play soccer at Mid-Atlantic Christian University with a $2,000 scholarship.
    • Katelynn Swain will play volleyball at UNC-Pembroke.
    • Kanyon Culver will play baseball at FTCC.
    • Ni'Yarah Horton-Washington will cheer at NC A&T.