Mendenhall High School Top of the Class


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Mendenhall High School has announced the following students as top of the class for 2022.

Valedictorian Raegan Bramlett – Raegan is from New Hebron, Mississippi. Raegan attends Mendenhall High School and is dual-enrolled at Copiah Lincoln Community College. I am currently president of HOSA, FCCLA and Mu Alpha Theta. Raegan is also the Grade 12 representative for the Beta Club. She is/has been involved in other organizations, such as Student Council, DECA, National Honors Society and more. Outside of school, I’m the captain of the Bible Bowl team, and some of my favorite activities are cooking and shopping. I have taken over 60 hours from Colin and will be graduating with an associate degree in May 2022. After graduating from high school, I plan to attend Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana, and specialize in accounting. I then intend to start a business that not only benefits myself, but also helps others.

Salutatorian Harleigh Abernathy. Harleigh is the daughter of Dwayne and Jennifer Abernathy of Mendenhall, Mississippi. She has a brother, Nathan, and a sister, Meghan. Harleigh is a member of Mu Alpha Theta, BETA, FBLA, FFA and FCCLA. I am the star student for the class of 2022. My current plan after high school is to major in computer science at Jones County Junior College for two years and then transfer to the University of Southern Mississippi where I will earn my mastery.

Historian Nigel A Ceaser. Nigel was born in Lyons, Kansas and moved to Mississippi when he started school. Nigel may not be from Mendenhall, but it will always be his home town. He is attached to Alcorn State University, although he does not have a major in mind. Nigel’s goal, however, is to use whatever education he can pursue to help others. His family has always made service to others a big part of his ministry, and he doesn’t plan on changing that anytime soon. is an online news source serving Simpson and surrounding counties and the state of Mississippi.


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