Superintendent Woods announces 2024 Georgia Scholars

Two high school seniors from Northeast Georgia are part of 117 students statewide who have made it to the State School Superintendent’s Honor list.

They are Hart County High School Senior Isabella Chitwood and Madison County High School Senior Jackson Bost.

HCHS Senior Isabella Chitwood is one of 177 high school seniors on the Georgia School Superintendent’s Honor List

Isabella was previously named this year’s STAR Student for Hart County and Class of 2024 Valedictorian.

“I am thrilled to congratulate Isabella Chitwood on being named a 2024 Georgia Scholar. Her dedication to academics, leadership, and community involvement exemplifies the best of our students and reiterates our school system’s commitment to excellence,” Hart
County Charter System Superintendent Jennifer Carter said. “I am so proud of her achievements and wish her and all 177 Georgia Scholars continued success in their
future endeavors. Well done, Isabella!”

The Georgia Department of Education identifies and honors high school seniors who have achieved excellence in school and community life through the Georgia Scholar program.

Each honoree receives a special seal on their diploma noting their achievement.

Georgia Scholars carried exemplary course loads during their four years of high school, performed excellently in all courses, successfully participated in interscholastic events within their schools and communities, and assumed leadership roles in extracurricular activities sponsored by their schools.

The Georgia Scholar program is coordinated by GaDOE in partnership with local districts and schools.

“These 177 Georgia students have made our state proud through their stellar efforts in the classroom and in their communities,” Superintendent Woods said. “The Georgia Scholar designation is a recognition of their leadership and diligence. I wish them great success as they continue into their futures, and know they will continue to contribute to their communities and to our state.”