Fowler, Ashworth get top honors
The valedictorian and salutatorian are the graduates with the highest and second highest grade point averages in the senior class.
Entering school, Savanna Fowler had no idea she would become the valedictorian of her graduating class. While in high school she played volleyball, basketball and softball for four years and threw shot put and discus for two years. She also participated as a member of the scholastic bowl team. Fowler was given the advice to put herself into everything, so her freshman year she took that literally, joining Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Ruri-teens, Tri-Hi-Y, Future Business Leaders of America, Kindness Matters, Student Council Association, National Honor Society, National Society of High School Scholars and Model General Assembly. She also applied and was accepted into the Governor’s School of Southside Virginia her junior year. There, she took classes every morning for two years and graduated high school with an associates degree.
Dalton Ashworth is a member of the National Honor Society. He is W!SE Financial Literacy certified and also National Career Readiness certified. Ashworth attended Governor’s School of Southside Virginia and graduated with his associates degree. He played baseball all four years at Central and was a captain this year. He also played basketball one year. He is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Student Council Association. He was also Homecoming King this year. Ashworth has been awarded several scholarships to help him continue his education at Hampden-Sydney.