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Thirteen from Clay County earn degrees from Flagler College

For Clay Today
Posted 5/9/24

ST. AUGUSTINE – More than 500 students, including 13 from Clay County, celebrated their graduation from Flagler College on Sunday, May 5. F or many of these graduates, it will be their first time …

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Thirteen from Clay County earn degrees from Flagler College


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ST. AUGUSTINE – More than 500 students, including 13 from Clay County, celebrated their graduation from Flagler College on Sunday, May 5.

For many of these graduates, it will be their first time donning a cap and gown and walking across a stage because their high school graduations were either canceled or occurred virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This year’s graduating class brought ideas and perspectives from across the country and world, with more than a dozen international students and a class of domestic students from 29 states and one U.S. territory.

Local graduates include Oakleaf’s Nadia Fung (Bachelor’s in Sport Management), Orange Park’s A’Jani Stokes (Bachelor’s in Sport Management), Oakleaf’s Haley Rexroad (Bachelor’s in Theatre Arts), Fleming Island’s Hannah Duffey (Bachelor’s in Journalism and Media Production), Green Cove Spring’s Mackenzie Faginkrantz (Bachelor’s in Psychology), Middleburg’s Anthony Hamilton (Bachelor’s in History and Public History, Melrose’s Alexia Ray-Zesbaugh (Bachelor’s in Journalism and Media Production), Fleming Island’s Jackson Hodges (Bachelor’s in Business Administration), Keystone Heights’ Sloane Siebert (Bachelor’s in Accounting, Keystone Heights’ John Timbie (Bachelor’s in Theatre Arts), Green Cove Springs’ David Purcell (Bachelor’s in Public Administration), Green Cove Springs’ Tara Kostich (Bachelor’s in Public Administration) and Middleburg’s Joel Nesi (Bachelor’s in Finance and Business Administration).

The Class of 2024 will be conferred 417 Bachelor of Arts, 11 Bachelor of Fine Arts, and 76 Bachelor of Science degrees. Additionally, three students will have the honor of receiving Master of Arts degrees. Each of these degrees represents rigorous academic journeys completed, a testament to their hard work and dedication.

Kaleb Searcy of Orange Park was also inducted into the Flagler College Honor Society.