As Prescott High School celebrated its 2017 graduation on Friday, May 12, there were 16 seniors recognized with both Honors and “Highest Honors” in the official graduation program.

As Prescott High School celebrated its 2017 graduation on Friday, May 12, there were 16 seniors recognized with both Honors and “Highest Honors” in the official graduation program.  
• Diana Marie Aguirre, 17, with highest honors, daughter of Hector and Diana Aguirre of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. She is a member of NHS, FBLA where she serves as President, Band, Yearbook Editor, and Key Club President. Diana plans to attend Columbia University and major in Linguistics.
• Kori Ashton Collier, 18, with highest honors, daughter of Jeff and Amanda Collier of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. She is a member of Prescott High School East program and played Softball and Golf. Kori plans to attend Southern Arkansas University and major in Business.
• Justin Lee Heath, 18, with highest honors, son of Gerald and Jennifer Heath of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. He is a member of NHS, and EAST. Justin plans to attend Henderson State University and is undecided on a major at this time.
• Katie Elizabeth Tyree, 18, with highest honors, daughter of Jake and Carol Tyree of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. She is a member of NHS, FBLA, EAST, FCCLA, and a Kiwanis Honor Student. Katie plans to attend Ouachita Baptist University and major in English.
• Parker Wade Williams, 17, with highest honors, son of Keith and Pauline Williams of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. He is a member of National Honor Society, Prescott High School Band, and FBLA where he serves as Vice-President. Parker plans to attend Henderson State University and major in Computer Science.
• Chris Mark Cowling, 18, with honors, son of Troy and Amy Cowling of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. He is a member of FFA, Key Club, National Honor Society, and played football. Chris plans to attend Henderson State University and major in Athletic Training.
• Hunter Timothy Grimes, 17, with honors, son of Kevin and Kimberly Grimes of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. He is a member of PHS Football, Baseball, Track teams, and a member of FCA and National Honor Society. Hunter plans to attend University of Arkansas at Monticello and major in Sports Administration.
• Shaleigh Brooke Hodges, 18, with honors, daughter of Chad and Kristen Hodges of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. She is a member of New Liberty Baptist Church, National Honor Society, and Kiwanis Club. Shaleigh plans to attend Henderson State University and major in Elementary Education.
• Kaelynn Nichole Karlovec, 17, with honors, daughter of Brad and Brandi Karlovec of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. She is a member of NHS, Key Club, Kiwanis Club, and a member at Central Baptist Church. Kaelynn plans to attend University of Central Arkansas and major in Elementary Education.
• Patoreus Cardeal Ann Lewis, 17, with honors, daughter of James and Sherry Lewis of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. She is a member of NHS, FBLA, FCCLA where she serves as Secretary, PHS Band, Talent Search, Kiwanis Club, Generation Next, Student Council Secretary, Senior Class Vice-President. Patoreus plans to attend University of Central Arkansas and major in Journalism.
• Abigail Elizabeth Madden, 18, with honors, daughter of David and Lisa Madden of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. She is a member of EAST, NHS, Kiwanis honor Student, PHS cheerleader, Miss PHS, and an All American Cheerleader. Abigail plans to attend University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and major in Broadcast Journalism.
• Patrick McKinnon-Kirklin, 18, with honors, son of Mae McKinnon and Carl Kirkland, has been active in many organizations. He is a member of NHS, EAST, Kiwanis, PHS marching, concert, and jazz Bands, FBLA, Yearbook staff, and member of TFS at Central Baptist Church. Patrick plans to attend University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and major in History Education.
• Michaela Leighann McRoy, 18, with honors, daughter of Thomas and Marilyn McRoy of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. She is a member of NHS, Kiwanis Honor Student, EAST, FBLA, Leo Club, Key Club, member of Central Baptist Church, and a member of the PHS tennis and team. Michaela plans to attend UACCH and transfer to UAMS and major in Doctor of Nursing Practice.
• Andrew Martrey Purifoy, 18, with honors, son of Marshil and Shirley Purifoy of Bluff City, has been active in many organizations. He is a member of FBLA, EAST, NHS, Kiwanis Honor Student, Talent Search, Senior Class President and a member of the PHS Band. Andrew plans to attend Arkansas Tech University in Russellville and major in Education.
* Shatayana Amani Ross, 17, with honors, daughter of Shelby Ross-Henagan of Prescott,  has been active in many organizations. She is a member of NHS, FCCLA, FBLA, F.O.R. Club, and member of the PHS Cheerleading squad and basketball team. Shatayana plans to attend Ouachita Baptist University and major in Business.
* Tatum Willow Wilson, 17, with honors, daughter of Jeff and Dora Glass of Prescott, has been active in many organizations. She is a member of FBLA, NHS, EAST, a Kiwanis Honors Student, Key Club, Yearbook Staff, member of the PHS Marching, Concert, and Jazz Bands, and plays in the Central Baptist Church Worship band and TFS Worship band. Tatum plans to attend University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and major in Music Education.