Two Magnolia School graduates are among the finalists for the 2014 Best and Brightest Awards, and both are seniors at SAIL High School. Jaidyn Wiard is a finalist in the Business category, and Redden Money is a finalist in the Math category.

Founded in 2006, the Best and Brightest Awards recognizes and honors Leon County’s excelling high school seniors. Unlike most scholarship programs, awards are not based solely on GPA. The varying categories of the Best and Brightest Awards allow students who excel in a particular field to be rewarded for their hard work and dedication. There is also emphasis on community service and civil duty. The winners will be announced on Wednesday, May 14 at Ruby Diamond.

Congratulations to Jaidyn and Redden, and their families!


2 Responses to Two Magnolia grads among 2014’s Best & Brightest

  1. Rebelle says:

    So these 2 students were picked because every school in the county is supposed to submit their top students. This really doesn’t mean much…

    • sue says:

      It means a lot to the students who worked hard to be succeed in the subject for which they were nominated. We are proud of their efforts and any role the school might have played in encouraging their interests. Thanks for your interest.

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