TRI-CITY TOP GRADUATES

Nia Madese

Rachel Easely

Jamiri Brown

3 graduates earn honors at Patterson High School

Patterson High School has three graduates who earned 4.0 grade point averages. Graduation will be at 7 p.m. Friday in the school’s gymnasium.
Jamiri JaKeishia Brown is the daughter of Floyd and Sonya Brown.
During high school, she participated in track, basketball, Beta Club and National Honor Society. She served as the dance team captain and the student council executive vice president as well. She also volunteered for the annual Patterson Christmas program and Easter egg hunt.
She received numerous departmental awards as well as qualifying for literary rally twice and being named to Academic All-State for basketball and track.
Brown plans to attend Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge to major in biology. Her goal is to become a pediatrician.
Rachel Easley is the daughter of Lonnie and Rebecca Easley.
She participated in four years of softball, volleyball and student council where she served as student body president. Easley was a member of Beta Club for three years, serving as senior secretary and participated in the New Generation Program for two years.
Among her honors are being named to the Academic All-State teams for volleyball and softball, student of the year, Wendy’s High School Heisman Award, homecoming queen, all-district first team for softball, all-district honorable mention for volleyball, multiple coaches’ awards and the softball captain’s award.
Easley plans to attend the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and pursue a career in physical therapy.
Nia Madise is the daughter of Barry and Neva Madise.
While in high school, she played volleyball for three years, track for one year, served as girls’ basketball manager for one year, student council for two years and Helping Hands for two years.
In addition to numerous departmental awards, Madise was named to Academic All-State for volleyball.
She plans to major in kinesiology with a focus in exercise science at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with an eye on becoming a physical therapist.

By JEAN L. McCORKLE jmccorkle@daily-review.com

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