Century High School has selected Alysha Giltner, Hana Hartline, Aaron Jones, Amber McIntosh, Kiara Nelson and Samuel Smith for honors.
Giltner, 18, was chosen for outstanding leadership. She is a member of the National Society of High School Scholars, Phi Theta Kappa and National Beta Club. She is class treasurer, Beta Club secretary and a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, science club, Spanish club and student council.
The daughter of Bruce and Alyce Giltner of Villa Ridge, she plans to major in clinical psychology at Shawnee Community College and Southeast Missouri State University.
Hartline, 18, was chosen for outstanding leadership. She holds an FFA Chapter Degree, is FFA president and reporter and received first place in horse judging and first and second in agriculture sales team. She is a member of Beta Club.
The daughter of Heather and Roger Hartline of Dongola, she plans to study veterinary technology at SCC.
Jones, 18, was chosen for outstanding leadership. He is treasurer of FFA and a section winner in poultry production, was named Most Active Green Hand, and received first and second place in agriculture sales.
He is a member of baseball and basketball teams
The son of Dennis and Gayla Jones of Grand Chain, he plans to major in agriculture business at Shawnee Community College.
McIntosh, 17, was chosen for outstanding leadership and academics. She received best of category in behavioral science at 2014 Illinois State Science Fair, Best of Show at 2016 Century High School Science Fair and first in nonfiction writing at 2014 Celebrating Young Writers contest at Shawnee Community College. She is secretary of Century Senior Beta Club, captain of cheerleading squad and a member of National Society of High School Scholars, science club, student council and Phi Theta Kappa.
The daughter of Rod and Chrissy McIntosh of Ullin, she plans to study biological sciences Southeast Missouri State University.
Nelson, 17, was chosen for outstanding leadership and academics. She is Illinois State Beta Club secretary and a class officer. She is a member of National Society of High School Scholars, Beta Club, science club and yearbook staff.
The daughter of Benjamin and Zachara Nelson of Ullin, she plans to major in multimedia journalism at North Carolina A & T State University.
Smith, 17, was chosen for outstanding leadership and academics. He competed in the regional science fair and received the Horticulture Award and Academic Excellence Awards. He is a member of Beta Club, science club and FFA, and is senior class president.
The son of Paul and Tamberia Smith of Ullin, he plans to study business management at University of Memphis.
Commencement was May 6 .