VALDOSTA -- Lowndes High School Principal Wes Taylor recently named senior Amanda Corbett as the recipient of the 2005 Principal's Leadership Award.
Corbett was presented with a certificate recognizing her academic record, leadership skills, and participation in service organizations and clubs. At LHS, she serves as Senior Class Cabinet secretary and Yearbook editor, was chosen as the 2004 Homecoming Queen, and participates in cheerleading, Beta Club, Key Club, Anchor Club and Spanish Honor Society.
In recognizing leadership in co-curricular activities as well as academic performance, the Principal's Leadership Award recognizes the importance of a well-rounded education.
This award is sponsored by Herff Jones and the National Association of Secondary School Principals.
In the fall, Corbett plans to attend the University of Georgia and study architecture or early childhood education. She is the daughter of Ray and Mary Corbett of Valdosta.
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