Congratulations to Caroline Bell, JFCA Award winner of the 2018 AJC Cup! The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Cup launched in 1927 to recognize local students who work hard to attain a well-rounded education. Each high school in the metro area is invited to nominate a student for this honor. Students are selected based on their achievements, character, leadership and/or community involvement. AJC Cup recipients and their families are recognized at an event hosted by the AJC. The honorees receive a cup trophy printed with their name and school and are recognized in the print edition of the newspaper and online.
Activities: President of National Honor Society, Head of LEAD (Leadership Mentoring Program), Camp Counselor
Post-Grad Plans: Liberty University
Personal Quote: “His grace is sufficient.”
Comments: Caroline Bell is deserving of the AJC Cup as she embodies the characteristics of upholding the highest sense of servitude towards her classmates, teachers, and members of the community. She has consistently proven a work ethic that exhibits an admirable sense of dedication that transcends the norm. Throughout her high school career, Caroline has not only challenged herself with a rigorous academic course of study, but she has also accepted positions of leadership with presiding over the National Honor Society and the LEAD program, and shown the way for others through her volunteering efforts. Caroline is truly exceptional and she has exemplified excellence with her endeavors.