The Class of 2018 at Allen County-Scottsville High School has selected their class song, colors, flower, and motto along with the senior superlatives.
Seniors selected “Won’t Let Go” by Black Stone Cherry as the class song. Class colors are red and silver. The class flower is the Osiria Rose. The class motto is “Hakuna Matata” (a Swahili phrase from Tanzania which is roughly translated “no worries”).
The Class of 2018 superlatives are:
- Mr. and Miss Allen County-Scottsville: Bailee Alderson and Chance Baldwin
- Mr. and Miss Senior: Madison Smith and Lake Doss
- Best-All-Around: Tabitha Whitlow and Cole Cunningham
- Most Likely to Succeed: Alex Coleman and Aaron Borth
- Most Sophisticated: Emma Harwood and Marcus Carter
- Most Dependable: KaeLee Stafford and Tyler Ray
- Best Mannered: Elly Shockley and J.J. Frost
- Most Gifted: Abigail Keen and Trae Brown
- Most Athletic: Sydney Day and Brock Meador
- Classiest: Madison England and Chase Wilson
- Most Patriotic Kali Mutter and Patrick Wade
- Class Clowns: Jeanetta Nichols and Rian Ford
- Most Carefree: Kailey Sanders and Max Nichols
- Most Lovable: Gabby Veron and Chance Hill
- Most Argumentative: Bailey King and Travis Hayes
- Most Mischievous: Kiera Price and Will Francis
- Shyest: Natalia Calescibetta and Dylan Andrus
- Most Energetic: Rachel Meador and Hunter Mahaney
- Most Unique: Rachel Stinson and Chris Simmons
- Most Unpredictable: Ashley Wilson and David York
The song, colors, flower, and motto will be incorporated into the gym design and setup for the traditional Class Night activities next May. The superlatives will be the first students introduced at the annual graduation-related event.