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PTC Kiwanis recognizes McIntosh students

Two McIntosh High School seniors were recently recognized as Technical Career Students of the Month by the Kiwanis Club of Peachtree City. Faculty members recommend students for the honor based on their exceptional classroom performance. Family members were also present for the award presentations at a special breakfast meeting.

Aarun Aslam was selected for the month of February. Aarun is active in basketball, reading, Beta Club, National Honor Society and the Entrepreneur Club. He plans to attend Georgia State to study business, finance and accounting and pursue a career in financial business with international relations.

Chris Petridis was honored for March. Chris is active with engineering classes, soccer and track/cross country. He plans to attend either Georgia Tech, UGA or the Air Force Academy with aspirations of becoming an aerospace engineer or pilot.

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