These students were named valedictorians at their high schools at the end of the school year. Public and private schools that are not listed do not select valedictorians or chose not to provide the information. Traditionally, the valedictorian is the student who has the highest grade-point average and delivers a farewell speech at graduation. However, many schools now select multiple valedictorians. The information was compiled by editorial aides Carrie Donovan and Timothy Wilson.

Public High Schools

Prince William

BRENTSVILLE DISTRICT

Noah Sturcken

College choice: Cornell University

FOREST PARK

DeCarol Davis

College choice: Coast Guard Academy

GAR-FIELD

Philip Olson III

College choice: Yale University

HYLTON

Banafsheh Fathieh

College choice: Georgetown University

OSBOURN PARK

Phoung Dinh

College choice: College of William and Mary

POTOMAC

Angela Johnson

College choice: University of Virginia

John Jorgenson

College choice: U.S. Military Academy at West Point

QUANTICO

Logan Dean

College choice: University of Virginia

STONEWALL JACKSON

Kristin Milot

College choice: University of Virginia

WOODBRIDGE

Caroline Spence

College choice: University of Virginia

Manassas Park

MANASSAS PARK

David Joseph Kiefer

College choice: University of Virginia

Manassas

OSBOURN

Brandon Swan

College choice: Duke University

Private High Schools

EMMANUEL CHRISTIAN

Kathryn Holley

College choice: University of Virginia

EVANGEL CHRISTIAN

Jesse Coleman

College choice: George Mason

University

HERITAGE CHRISTIAN

Laura Kosa

College choice: Pensacola Christian

College

SETON

Olivia Lucas

College choice: College of William and

Mary