Greenway and Cox: recognized as top two of Class of 2021


Chester County High School celebrated and recognized the valedictorian and salutatorian of the CCHS Class of 2021 on Friday, March 19.
Megan Greenway, daughter of Keith and Melissa Greenway, is the CCHS Class of 2021 Valedictorian.
With 34 college credit hours she will have upon graduating from Chester County, Greenway plans to Jackson State and major in radiology.
“We are so proud of Megan’s achievements during high school. She is the most determined, hard working person we know.  As long as she keeps God first, there is nothing she won’t be able to accomplish,” Keith and Melissa said.
Following Greenway in the class ranking is Ava Cox, the CCHS Class of 2021 Salutatorian.
Cox plans to major in Biology at Freed-Hardeman University with the goal of eventually being a orthodontist. She will be entering college with 22 college credit hours.
“We are so proud of you and the young lady you have become. You have worked hard for all you have done. Aim high and you can do whatever you want to do. We love you,” said her parents Clay and Stephanie Cox and her brothers Jett and Jagger.
“We are beyond excited for these two young ladies,” said Chester County High School Counselor Dustin Insell. “They have excelled in school and in the community. They will be successful in everything they do. They are sure to represent CCHS and Chester County well.”