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Best & Brightest finalist: Megan N. Murphy, Grovetown High School

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SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Relay For Life, varsity softball, varsity soccer, National Honor Society, Beta Club, National Spanish Honor Society, student council, UNICEF

Megan N. Murphy

AWARDS AND HONORS: Governor’s Honor Program, AP Scholar with Distinction, STAR student, Georgia Certificate of Merit, Scholar Athlete Award, varsity softball coach’s award, Model United Nations, Georgia Governor’s Honor Program, News Channel 6 Scholar Athlete Award, District Honor Chorus, All-Star AP Chemistry Student, All-Star AP Physics Student, AP U.S. History Award, Grovetown High School Academic Award, varsity swimming coach’s award

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES: The Hill Baptist Church youth group, vacation Bible school leader, Cotillion Club member, Christmas Cards for Soldiers

COLLEGE/CAREER: Attend the University of Georgia and double major in biology and psychology

OF NOTE: Megan says she has known for years that she wanted to become a pediatric oncologist to do research on new cancer treatments.

NOMINATOR’S NOTE: “To say that I’m proud of Megan doesn’t even begin to express the pride that I have in her. The amazing thing about Megan is that her expectations for herself are constantly rising.” – Tracy Roden, AP U.S. history and AP government teacher

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