Anna-Jonesboro Community High School has honored Megan Dammerman, Reagan Morrison, David Prather, Hannah Reach, Jacob Stark and Ryan Stark for academic excellence, leadership and service.
Dammerman, 17, is an Illinois State Scholar, placed third in physics at Regional WYSE competition and received a Youth to Washington scholarship. She is a member of National Honor Society, Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, student council and math and WYSE teams.
The daughter of Mike and Carmen Dammerman of Cobden, she plans to major in computer science.
Morrison, 17, received Defensive Softball Player of the Year, Highest Batting Average and Most Improved, placed third in chemistry in WYSE competition. She is a member of National Honor Society, Beta Club, student council, WYSE , senior class officer, Mu Alpha Theta and softball, track and basketball teams.
The daughter of Kenneth Morrison and Jennifer and Bill Cleghorn, all of Anna, she plans to be a cryptologic technician interpreter in the U.S. Navy.
Prather, 18, is a DAR award recipient, Top Ten and scholar athlete. He was named first team all-conference and all-south in football and second team all-conference in baseball. He is National Honor Society president, football captain and a member of Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta and the baseball team.
The son of David and Tracy Prather of Anna, he plans to study physical therapy at Maryville Universtiy.
Reach, 18, is an Illinois State Scholar, Pole Vault state qualifier, set conference and school records, all-conference in track and volleyball, all-south in track and outstanding track athlete. She is a member of National Honor Society, Beta Club, student council, Spanish Club, Mu Alpha Theta, WYSE, math team and FCA.
The daughter of Drs. Pamela Hunter-Reach and Brian Reach, she plans to study psychology and biology at Vanderbilt University.
Jacob Stark, 18, was named Top Ten in his class and a scholar athlete. He is a member of National Honor Society, Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta and WYSE, football and basketball teams.
The son of Tom and Rebecca Stark of Jonesboro, he plans to major in engineering at Shawnee Community College and SIU.
Ryan Stark, 17, was named Top Ten in his class, a scholar athlete and All-South in soccer. He is National Honor Society project coordinator and soccer team captain, and a member of Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta and the basketball team.
The son of Gary and Leslie Stark of Anna, he plans to study meteorology at Mississippi State University.
Commencement will be at 7:30 p.m. May 21 on the football field. Baccalaureate will be at 2 p.m. May 15 in the auditorium.