JCHS to honor ‘admirable’ Class of 2022

Jennings County High School senior class president Greyson Jackson, center, stands between the top two academic members of the graduating class, Emma Jones and Zachary Brooks, and before the JCHS Class of 2022.

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Jennings County High School’s 2022 graduation will be on Saturday, June 4 in the Charles Hurley Gym at 8:30 a.m.

There will be 228 students who will be awarded their graduation diploma.

JCHS Principal Dustin Roller said, “The class of 2022 is the first high school class that I started with as freshmen and have been their principal for all four years. They have endured many changes and a worldwide pandemic to get to their graduation day.”

“Their resilience and determination they have shown to accomplish making it to this point is very admirable.”

Roller finished by adding: “This group of students are some of the most empathetic, understanding, and positive students I have been around in my time in education. I can’t wait to see what this group goes on to accomplish in the future!”

Jennings County Schools Superintendent Teresa Brown said, “I know it was not an easy one as we still battled COVID challenges, but we have persevered and are ready to close the books on the 2021-2022 school year.”

Dr. Brown added this thought about the staff: “Thank you for being the best faculty. The Jennings County community is fortunate to have you serving our kids. You are the reason many of our 228 graduates have found success in JCSC! I appreciate each one of you and look forward to another school year.”