Valedictorian Caitlin Felt will say goodbye to her alma mater Friday night, along with approximately 277 of her fellow classmates, and set her sights on the University of Georgia this fall, where she will study international affairs with a pre-law concentration.
She will live in the pre-law community on campus. Felt said she hopes to one day work with the United Nations as an International Human Rights lawyer.
Felt is the daughter of Andy and Shannon Felt and she has one brother, Drew, who will be a freshman at Madison County High School this fall.
Salutatorian Emily Pace will also begin the next phase of her life, which will take her to the campus of Georgia State University in Atlanta this fall, where she will major in nutrition, with a possible minor in food science. She says this is something she has always been interested in and she hopes to have a career as a nutritionist. She is the daughter of Randy Pace and Lynn Duke.
Felt and Pace will speak at Friday’s ceremony along with fellow classmates Kevin Jones and Justin Granados. The ceremony will begin at 7 p.m.
Salutatorian Emily Pace (L) and Valedictorian Caitlin Felt will lead the Madison County High School Class of 2013 during graduation ceremonies Friday night at the Classic Center in downtown Athens. Margie Richards/staff
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