BARTOW COUNTY, Ga. (March 31, 2022) – Two Cass High School students earn coveted seats at Berry College this summer as they have been named finalists in the highly prestigious
Georgia Governor’s Honors Program! Three additional Bartow County students were named alternates.  Congratulations to Cass High School junior Sydney Orr (Visual Arts) and Cass High School
sophomore Lillian Taylor (Music: French Horn). Alternates include Adairsville High School sophomore David Tarver (Engineering: Computer Science) and Woodland High School juniors
David Drennan (Music: Trombone) and Jenna Bassler (Music: Flute).  “I am extremely proud of our finalists and alternates as they have demonstrated the maturity,
passion, and scholastic achievement to do very well in this prestigious program,” said Bartow County School System Superintendent Dr. Phillip Page. “Sydney has been a commissioned artist
since middle school, and Lillian is among the best French horn players in the state of Georgia.  Both students will represent Bartow County well as they participate in the four-week summer
residential program at Berry College.”  Nearly 1,400 semifinalists from across Georgia participated in state interviews this year and approximately 650 students were named finalists on March 25.
The Georgia Governor’s Honors Program is a summer residential program designed to provide intellectually gifted and artistically talented sophomores and juniors new and challenging
educational opportunities in a unique setting on the campus of Berry College.  The program is offered June 19-July 16 and remains fully funded by the Georgia General

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