Pinckneyville Community High School has recognized Olivia Chapman, Madyson Epplin, Holly Hagston, Sophia Keith, Jacob Miller and Brooklyn Morrow for academic excellence.
Chapman, 18, achieved high honors. She is a member of National Beta Club, FFA, Spanish and science clubs and Illinois High School Rodeo.
The daughter of Ralph and Cathy Chapman of Pinckneyville, she plans to study nursing at Murray State University.
Epplin, 17, is an Illinois State Scholar and class vice president and Murphy Wall State Bank Student of the Month for March. She is a member of National Beta Club, student council, Future Business Leaders of America, Scholar Bowl, WYSE Team, science club, volleyball, track, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and pep club.
The daughter of Dwayne and Tammy Epplin of Pinckneyville, she plans to major in marketing at the University of Alabama.
Hagston, 18, is an Illinois State Scholar, received Family Career and Community Leaders of America Child Literature Award and earned a third degree black belt in Tae Kwando. She is National Beta Club treasurer and a member of U.S. Navy Delayed Enlistment, science, Spanish and pep clubs, Musicmakers, chorus, chamber choir, FCCLA, Green Team and Junior Class Congress.
The daughter of Matt and Jeannie Hagston of Pinckneyville, she plans to be a hospital corpsman and study nursing as a member of the U.S. Navy.
Keith, 18, is an Illinois State Scholar and Murphy Wall State Bank Student of the Month for November, and was named all-conference and all-south in Cross Country and all-state in track. She is a member of Beta Club, FBLA, FCCLA, Spanish and pep clubs, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Junior Class Congress, volleyball, basketball and track.
The daughter of Thomas and Cheryl Keith of Du Quoin, she plans to study sociology at Eastern Illinois University.
Miller, 17, is an Illinois State Scholar and a Murphy Wall State Bank Student of the Month, and placed second in physics at WYSE Regionals. He is a member of National Beta Club, science club and PCHS Shooting Team.
The son of Jeffery and Leslie Miller of Pinckneyville, he plans to major in study mechanical engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Morrow, 18, is an Illinois State Scholar, Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship Award recipient and Murphy Wall State Bank Student of the Month for February. She is National Beta Club Chapter president; and a member of WYSE Team, science and Spanish clubs, softball, volleyball, basketball and pep club.
The daughter of Curt and Laura Morrow of Pinckneyville, she plans to study physical therapy at Kaskaskia College.
Commencement will be at 2 p.m. May 15, in Pinckneyville Community High School Thomas Gymnasium, with class president Sydney Stanton speaking. Baccalaureate services will be at 7 p.m. May 8 in First Baptist Church in Pinckneyville.