Secondary Academic Awards

Marshall Academy held their Academic Awards Ceremony on Thursday, May 15.  Students in grades 7th – 12th were recognized for their academic achievements for the 2013-2014 school year. 087-001

Ryan Brock and Taylor Blaker – American Legion Award

These students were selected by the Marshall Academy Faculty and Staff for demonstrating strong qualities of character and good citizenship.



Jennifer Whisenant Spirit of Community Service Award is given yearly to the Marshall Academy student with the most Service Hours.  William Whisenant received the award this year.



District ABC Winners – The following Marshall Academy Students received first or second place in the District in the Academic Betterment Competition sponsored by the MAIS for their subject area. Dylan Rowe (Spanish II), Whitt Rodgers (World Geography), and Jake Jones (Junior English) not pictured Austin Feathers (Advanced Math)


Senior, Alaken McNeer was selected for The Prudential Spirit of Community Award.  This program is the United States’ largest youth recognition program based exclusively on volunteer community service. The program’s goals are to applaud young people who already are making a positive difference in their towns and neighborhoods, and to inspire others to think about how they might contribute to their communities.


Lott Leadership – Stephen Elgin

The Summer Leadership Institute for High School Students is a partnership between the University of Mississippi’s Lott Leadership Institute and the Division of Outreach’s Summer College for High School Students. The goals of the program are to develop leadership skills in young citizens and prepare them for college. In order to achieve these goals, the Summer Leadership Institute brings together student leaders from across the Southeast to earn college credit on the UM campus and to begin the study of leadership.

Included in the program are opportunities to mingle with college administrators, student leaders, and community leaders while participating in current event debates, discussions, and decision-making activities. The program culminates with a one-week trip to Washington, D.C., during which the participants see the federal government in action, hear from national leaders, and tour the nation’s Capitol.



Sophomore, Josh Feathers was selected by Marshall Academy this year to attend the HOBY Leadership Program in Jackson, MS this summer. HOBY programs provide students selected by their schools to participate in unique leadership training, service-learning and motivation-building experiences.


Zack Ross Memorial Leadership Award – This award is given yearly to a male and female student who amplifies strong leadership skills on the campus at Marshall Academy.  Stephen Elgin and Kristen Lusby



Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award is given to a Junior who has shown academic excellence in his or her Science Classes and an interest in studying the sciences.



11th Grade American History Woodman of the World #45 Jake Jones



8th Grade American History Woodman of the World #10 Cade Cowan
Students are chosen for this Award because of their proficiency in American history. They clearly demonstrate knowledge of American history, as well as an appreciation of the high price our country has paid for the freedom we enjoy today.