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Covenant Academy names senior superlatives
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Covenant Academy may not be the same once Savanna RaShae Duggin walks across the graduation stage.


Duggin was named valedictorian for having the highest academic achievements of the 2021-22 class and she was also selected as Most School Spirit and Most Athletic in the senior superlatives.


“I feel honored to have been chosen as most athletic girl, and most school spirit, but I think they both go hand in hand,” Duggin said.


Her GPA is 3.96. “I have worked hard all through high school to maintain good grades,” said Duggin. “It was close in the end, but I am so excited that all my hard work paid off. I am going to miss my Covenant Academy family as I head off to college. We have all been so close and grown together.”


She plans to attend UT Chattanooga and pursue an art education degree.


Named salutatorian with a GPA of 3.91 and Most Likely to Success was Smit Harshadkumar Patel.


“I’m going to miss all the friends that I have made here at Covenant Academy, but I look forward to returning for alumni nights,” said Patel.


He plans to attend Tennessee Tech and pursue a degree in engineering.


The following personality- based superlatives were also awarded:


Most School Spirit: Duggin and Louis Alexander Brown


Most Likely to Succeed: Patel and Jasmine Mary Lee Holland


Class Clown: Leslie Danielle Vinson and Jalton Keeper Hendrix


Mister and Miss Covenant Academy:

Caleb Lee Lewis and Anabel Marie Lassiter


Most Athletic: Duggin and Noah Isaac Mason Covenant Academy will hold its 2022 graduation ceremony May 20 at 6 p.m.