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Cornerstone Seniors Leave A Legacy

Graduation day is getting closer for the class of 2024. They’re busy applying for colleges and jobs to begin the next chapter in their lives. But when their high school reunion comes around, what will they be remembered for? What was their senior legacy? At Cornerstone, we want all our graduating students to see they can leave a God-honoring legacy. Therefore, we require a Senior Legacy capstone project to show them they can. Today we’re sharing just a few of this year’s projects. You’ll be amazed at what these young adults accomplished and how their efforts will continue to impact generations.
 

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Unlocking Potential: Simeon Greene to Attend Georgia Governor's Honors Program

Cornerstone sophomore, Simeon Greene, will be spending his summer as part of the Georgia Governor's Honors Program (GHP). After completing a competitive selection process, he was chosen not just for his intellect, but for his commitment to excellence in everything he does. Congratulations, Simeon on this wonderful achievement!
 

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Crossing Courts: Cornerstone Senior Reaches Her Full Potential

Here at Cornerstone, we offer all student-athletes the opportunity to play a variety of sports. In the event that we do not have enough players to fill a team, our student-athletes can play their sport at another GAPPS school while still attending Cornerstone. Today, senior Autumn Germaine shares how grateful she is that Cornerstone allowed her to continue playing the sport she loves to reach her full potential! 

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