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200+ Scholars Breakfast recognizes 133 students from Hampton high schools

The Hampton Roads Committee of 200+ Men Inc. recognized 133 Hampton City Schools seniors who have earned a 3.0 or better grade point average at their annual 200+ Scholars Breakfast held May 12, at the Virginia Beach Convention Center. 

The Annual Scholars Breakfast is the region’s premier event honoring black male academic excellence. Since 1998, more than 7,000 African American males graduating from public and private high schools with a 3.0 or better grade point average have been hailed. Many have shared in the more than $13 million in scholarships announced at the event by colleges that have accepted them and by the Gates Millennium Foundation. 

The Scholars Breakfast is a part of the organization’s combined education/community initiatives efforts that include mentoring, school visitations and support of community educational efforts. James Gray, member of the Hampton City Council, is the president of the organization.

“We are extremely proud of each of the 703 students that were honored at the 21st 200+ Scholars Breakfast,” said Gray. “These young men have overcome many obstacles and excelled in the classroom. They deserve to be recognized by the community for their perseverance and commitment to academic excellence.”

Congratulations to the following students from Hampton City Schools who were recognized:
Carlos A. Abner Jr.
Rythem N. Anderson-Seawell
Jordan D. Autry
Bryce E. Bailey
Kevon E. Barrett
Taylor A. Bartlett
Timothy D. Baskin
Elijah Ben III
John Beverley
Isaiah A. Booker
Jalen J. Boone
Jalen K. Braxton
Devyn C. Brown
Rashawn A. Bryant
Daimion L. Bunch
Darius R. Carr
Elijah D. Carter
Josh N. Cenat
Brian A. Cheeseman
Kobe Cheeseman
Xavier E. Christopher
Cameron J. Cole
Tavian A. Coleman
Tyrique I. Coleman
Gerald B. Cope Jr.
David E. Copeland
Michael C. Covington
Isaiah J. Cox
Mekhi K. Crocker-Linen
Tanner R. Dail
Christopher Dandridge Jr.
Denzel A. Daniel-Williams
Kemani Deloatch
Joemel M. Dennis
Noah A. Easter
Julius T. Evans IV
Jaylen O. Faison
Nigel S. Fields
Adriel R. Ford
Trent B. Foy
Ajahni C. Franklin
Mekhi S. Freeman
Tiran L. Furman
Justin N. Gantt
Arlen K. Goodson
Ryan S. Hadley
Jeremiah B. Hagan
Joshua B. Hamm
Keith A. Harper Jr.
Darius T. Harris
Qui’Shon L. Harris
J’Ron N. Harry
Khalihl N. Hashim
Tyrek Q. Haynesworth
Shawn E. Henderson
Johneil Y. Herold
Darius K. Hester
Da’Jion V. Hilliard
Jacob Hopson
Wahkeen L. Howard
Eric L. Huggins Jr.
Keyont’e Jackson
Bryce A. Johnson
Tylik D. Johnson
Xavier M. Johnson
Darian A. Johnson-Cook
Armani N. Jones
Beni M. Kavota
Ja’Mel W. Kennedy
Josiah T. Landrom
Ethan M. Larson
Tahjere K. Lewis
Jalen B. Livingston
Nakia A. Lumar
Juanya’ O. Majette
Joshua T. Massenburg
Devon T. Massey
Justice I. Massey
Jared S. McFarlane
Caleb A. Mielewski
Antwan D. Miles II
Malik E. Miller
Dejon M. Mitchell
Jathniel I. Moody
Marion C. Moore
Jack R. Moose
Michael H. Morgan
Zion A. Mosiah
Alexander D. Murphy
Jalon D. Nichols
Ronnie E. Person
Mackenzie N. Phillips
Juan A. Purdie
Milton T. Reaves
Tavian J. Reid
D’angelo M. Rivera
Dante L. Rivera
Zion E. Robinson
Marcus G. Rolle
Andre M. Roots
Simeon D. Rose
Lee M. Ross
Titus C. Sapp II
Juwon A. Seaborne
Tristen D. Seay
Chrishon J. Silver
Demario T. Sims
Tristan L. Sinclair
Christian A. Skaggs
Devante J. Speck
Marquis L. Spencer
Amir J. Stancil
Daesean K. Stephenson
Trevon D. Swan Jr.
Rayfield I. Taylor
Jordan D. Thomas
Quenten M. Thomas
Jeremiah A. Todd
Rmondo D. Walker
Coyus D. Williams
Zaire D. Williams
Benjamin N. Willis
Asa H. Wilson
Kameron K. Wilson
Kareem E. Wilson
Rubin A. Wilson-Walker
Ennis Winters IV
Breon T. Woods
Jerome M. Woody
Qwan A. Wooten
Anthony J. Young
Jacquez R. Yow

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As stated in School Board Policy AC, Hampton City Schools (“HCS”) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender, age, disability or other protected class in its programs, activities and employment practices and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  HCS also prohibits retaliation under School Board Policy GBAH for the purpose of interfering with a person’s rights and/or privileges under federal civil rights laws, which can include: (i) raising concerns with Division personnel about a civil rights violation; (ii) asserting a right or advocating for the rights of a student or employee under federal civil rights laws; or (iii) participating in a complaint investigation or related proceedings. 

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