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Pee Dee Academy graduates 33 seniors

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MULLINS, S.C. – Pee Dee Academy celebrated graduation for 33 seniors at the school Friday night.

Valedictorian Lukas Carter said he was proud to represent his class.

“It was great,” Carter said. “I love my class. We’ve spent every moment since K-4 together and it’s just been a great memory and I’m going to miss them.”

Carter plans to attend Clemson University to study Biology then on to medical school to become a doctor.

Pee Dee Academy Class of 2022

Allie Leann Briley

Hannah Jane Bullard

Allison Elizabeth Carter

Dylan Lucas Carter

Lukas Wade Carter

Colton Brad Caulder

Abigail Leanne Cooper

Gavin Michael Dutton

Landon Edward Gordon

Hadleigh Bryant Herndon

Jackson Baker Hulon

Gracyn Kenna Hyatt

Audra Mae Jackson

Leah Nicole Johnson

Coleman Grier Kimbrell

Matthew Daniel Kitchen

Ansley Craig Martin

Ashley Caroline Martin

Zachary James Martin

Allen Neal Moore

Riley Marie Richardson

James Andrew Singletary

Kirsten Olivia Smith

McKayla Leanne Smith

Christopher Roberts Stepp Jr.

Sarah Huntley Stepp

Carson Reed Trussell

Reynolds Edson Watson III

Cameron Rick Weston

Leroy Carlton White III

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Born in Atlantic City; raised in Mullins. Graduated from SC State University, home of the mighty Bulldogs. Editor of the Marion Star & Mullins Enterprise. Loves spending free time with his daughter. Huge sports fan.

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