More than 6,000 diplomas will be handed out this month to the Class of 2019 across the 17 high schools that make up the Fulton County School System.
Special recognition is given to the two highest performing students, who were named valedictorian and salutatorian at each school. (Note: All information provided by the Fulton County School System).
Cambridge High School
• Valedictorian – Caroline Redick
Caroline Redick will attend Davidson College or Vanderbilt University this fall with plans to major in neuroscience and psychology. She is the daughter of Tara and Jon Redick. Caroline is a National Merit finalist, past candidate and current board member for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Students of the Year Program, and member of the National Charity League of Milton. At Cambridge, Caroline was a member of the National Spanish Honor Society, National Social Studies Honor Society, a CLAWS mentor, and the cross-country team. She also participated in the Emory Winship Cancer Institute’s Summer Scholars Research Program and interned at North Point Periodontics.
• Salutatorian – Chris Manna
Chris Manna will attend the University of Southern California this fall where he will major in electrical engineering, with a minor in business. He is the son of Leslie Manna and Neil Manna. At Cambridge, Chris served as an officer in the Technology Student Association, co-captain of the Vex Robotics Club, and was active in the math team and the track and field and cross-country teams. He also served as a mentor and tutor to underclassmen. Chris received bronze and gold awards from the U.S. Presidential Service organization, and is member of the Young Men’s Service League.