The Halifax Christian School recently honored the class of 2020 graduates. 

“This school year has been a challenge as they missed out on many milestones, however these seniors and their families are resilient, and we are confident that they will make a lasting impact on our community and the world and are stronger because of this experience,” said Dana Jones, academic dean of Halifax Christian School.

Abigial Marie Gilliam, daughter of John and Kristi Gilliam, plans to attend Central Virginia Community College in Lynchburg to pursue a career in radiology.

Chloe Peyton Loftis, daughter of Angela Loftis Allred and James Howell Townley, plans to pursue a career in nursing through the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center.

Marissa Ann MacDonald, daughter of the late Rebecca Slagle MacDonald and Robert James MacDonald, and grand daughter of Billy and Carolyn Slagle, plans to pursue a career in nursing through the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center.

Michael Andrew Coleman-Reaves, son of C.D. and Rhonda Reaves, plans to attend the Southern Virginia Higher Education Center to pursue a career in business.

Along with their high school graduates, they also have eight pre-kindergarten and kindergarten graduates including Justus Snead, Malachi Trent, Dorey Hendricks, Porter McCoy, Joseph Stevens, Kaylenn Tanner, Carly Wade and William Wright. 

Although their graduation ceremony has not occurred as of yet they are working to plan a ceremony fitting the honor each of these graduates.

“Congratulations class of 2020,” Jones concluded.