Westlake High School administrators are making sure that the members of this year’s graduating class know that they are loved, and that their accomplishments haven’t been overlooked. In a video announcement released earlier today, Principal Jamar Robinson said that all students will be featured in an electronic billboard campaign.
The four-week campaign, which launched on April 7, will first feature the top 25 academic performers in the senior class, including Valedictorian Malana Mullen, Salutatorian Jayla Sparks and Star Senior Aaron Johnson, along with Star Student Joaquin Taylor. The final two weeks of the billboard campaign will be dedicated to the remainder of the class.
“I’m going to honor you in a way that no class in Westlake history has ever been honored before,” said Robinson in his announcement. “You will be remembered, you will be recognized, you will be immortalized and everyone is going to see it.”
Six billboards in the South Fulton area, including along Camp Creek Parkway, have been secured for the campaign with the help of Clear Channel Outdoor. Principal Robinson also credited Camp Creek Middle Principal Jarvis Adams and Westlake staffer Ouida Burke for helping to develop the idea and put the campaign in motion.
Westlake’s Top 25 students include:
Star Senior Aaron Johnson
Valedictorian Malana Mullen
Salutatorian Jayla Sparks