Service awards handed out
In an effort to encourage responsible citizenship, Fuqua School students are required to complete 40 hours of community service during their upper school years as a requirement for graduation. Participation in community service provides opportunities for students to become involved in the needs and concerns of others. The Silver Service Award celebrates the seniors who have served more than 100 hours in the community. According to Fuqua, these students deserve special recognition because they exemplify the attitude of service that is fostered at the school. These seniors received a distinctive silver cord to wear during commencement exercises. Pictured are, from left, Head of Fuqua School John Melton with award recipients David Hice, Stone Tucker, Madison Pace, Brandy Tharpe and Noah Shepherd.