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Congratulations Adia Doris!
 DECA senior Adia Doris is a 2019 Georgia Scholar.  Read the article and see the full list of students here
Congratulations to Moontashir Siam
Moontashir Siam's National History Project was entered in the Georgia Student Media Festival in Macon, GA, where his project earned a 99 out of 100.  Congratulations for your Superior rating, Moonthasir.  We are so proud of you!
Congrats DECA's Valedictorian Kelsey Brew
KelseyBrew Kelsey will attend The Georgia Institute of Technology and pursue a degree in Biomedical Engineering.  She is the 2018-2019 STAR Student for DeKalb Early College Academy.  Kelsey will receive her Associates of Science degree in Biology on May 7th.

Congrats DECA's Salutatorian Aaron Patterson
Aaron Aaron intends to major in biology at Howard University.  At Howard, he is a member of the Bison STEM Scholars Program and will receive full tuition, room and board, and fees to attend the institution for 4 years.  Aaron has made the Dean’s List at Georgia State for six consecutive semestersAaron will receive his Associates of Science in General Studies on May 7th. 

Former DECA Scholar Antoinette Charles in the AJC
Such good news about a DECA graduate.  We are so pround of Ms. Charles.  To read the AJC article, click here
Congrats Samiya Sharif and Jonathan Bonilla!

Two DECA scholars submitted Self-Portraiture artwork inspired by their External and Internal Struggles and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights for a chance to be displayed at the Social Justice Art Showcase at the National Center for Civil & Human Rights. 10th graders, Samiya Sharif and Jonathan Bonilla were accepted, have their works displayed, and will be celebrated tonight, May 10th from 6:30 to 8:30 at the center. Admission is free @ and they are providing free food and drinks aw well.

The judges deliberated and selected Samiya Sharif as one of the top five pieces in her category of Paint & Collage. She has been offered the opportunity to speak briefly during the program to describe her work and its connection to human rights & social justice issues presented in her artwork entitled, The Bad and The Worse. Come out for a fun art-filled evening and to prop up our talented young social justice advocates.

Youth Commission Application
The application deadline is Wednesday, July 19, 2019.  Click here for the application.

YA Summer Audiobooks
Click here for books offered by AudioFile.
Click here for books offered by Blink Audiobooks.
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