West Point High School graduates earn more than $950,000 in scholarships
West Point High School’s Class of 2018 graduated on Friday with a total of $969,684 in scholarships, grants and awards.
School Board Chairman Paul Diggs opened the ceremony with a speech recognizing the achievements of the graduating class. A third of graduating seniors earned an associate’s degree or career certificate before receiving their diplomas. Diggs thanked the supporters of the school, comparing the community to a “secret sauce” needed to lead the students to success. He thanked the government body and students’ families. To read the entire story, go to the Tidewater Review article.