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ACS graduates 4 at ceremony

Atmore Christian School’s valedictorian and salutatorian said they wouldn’t be where they are without the help of others.

The ACS Class of 2020 held graduation exercises May 22 at the school gym.

“You all have impacted my life and many others in ways you could not know,” Salutatorian Lylia Albritton said. “Because of you, we were able to complete this mileston of graduating high school. You all have equipped us with life tools.

“Through ACS, we’ve been educated not only on a mental level, but have been educated on a spiritual level,” she said.

Valedicatorian Jace Weber said his hope for the class is to make sure to allow God to be a priority in their lives no matter their age.

“When we go to college, we need to show God’s love through us,” Weber said. “When we go to work, may we see it as an opportunity for ministry.”

Weber encouraged his classmates to never forget how much God has provided them.

“If we get caught up in our own wealth, not only are we taking advantage of God’s generosity, but we have gained nothing in this world that we will not have to leave behind in the end,” he said.

Graduating from ACS included Albritton, Weber, Jordan Donnell and Paxton Hobbs.