Of the approximately 2,000 graduates of Southside Virginia Community College's Truck Driver Training School, Jason Byrum was the 110th student to complete the program with a 4.0 grade point average! He graduated from the South Boston location of SVCC's Truck Driver Training School in November
Kendele Reamey, from Chase City, graduated from Park View High School and Governor's School through Southside Virginia Community College's dual enrollment. Kendele is continuing her education at James Madison University, majoring in Communication Studies with a General Studies concentration.
Hannah Guarino grew up in Kenbridge, VA and graduated from Lunenburg Central High School. She earned her Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration from Southside Virginia Community College.
Travis Gauldin grew up in McKenney, VA and graduated from Dinwiddie County High School. He earned his Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems Technology from Southside Virginia Community College in May 2015.
Ashley Austin grew up in Victoria, VA and graduated from Central High School. Having earned her General Education certificate through dual-enrollment at Southside Virginia Community College, she continued her studies after high school graduation by enrolling in SVCC's Registered Nursing program.
Robert N. Barnette, Jr. was raised in Chase City, VA and attended West End High School. He graduated from Bluestone Senior High School in 1970, and then joined the United States Air Force where he was trained as a Fire Protection Specialist. He served four years in the military and then returned to Chase City and enrolled at Southside Virginia Community College.
Janice King grew up in the small town of Weldon, NC. After graduating from Weldon High School in 1981, she had no immediate desire to further her education. She moved to Virginia in and was employed by a local sewing factory.
Cody Woodson was born in Powhatan, VA and later moved to Prince Edward County. Soon after graduating Prince Edward County High School, he enrolled in Southside Virginia Community College's Welding Career Studies Certificate program, which he completed in two semesters, graduating in 2014.
Darcell Terry was born in Philadelphia where she spent most of her childhood. She moved to Palmer Springs during her teen years and graduated from Park View High School. Darcell received her Associate in Applied Science with a major in Administrative Support Technology—Medical Office Specialization from Southside Virginia Community College.
Walter Levi Lewis, a Brunswick High School graduate, earned his Associate of Arts and Science in General Studies/Human Services from Southside Virginia Community College. While attending SVCC, he was active in the Human Service Club and Make It Happen Program.