Patch Congratulates Suwanee-Area Grads Class Of 2020

Jim Massara
·4 min read

SUWANEE, GA — Patch wants to provide a way to share the achievements of our high school graduates, even if it's in a small way. With in-person instruction canceled through the rest of the 2019-20 school year due to the coronavirus in Georgia public schools, seniors are missing out on the last moments of what should be a celebratory time.

We know many high school seniors are missing milestone high school events, and we hope that this will give the community a way to share their pride in our class of 2020 high school graduates.

If you'd like to add your graduate, fill out the form here.


Brendan Quinn, attending University of Georgia in honors program. Intends to double major in economics and international business along with the Double Dawg Masters in business analytics

From the family: We are extremely proud of you and are excited for you to begin your next chapter at UGA!

Frankie Fontana, will study health sciences at Troy University

From the family: "Congratulations Frankie! We know you will continue to achieve great things at Troy. You be You. Be Awesome!"

Hari Rajan, attending Georgia State University

From the family: "Bravo Hari! You are awesome! Kudos on your feat — Graduate 2020"

Jason Resnick

From the family: "Jason, your family and friends are so incredibly proud of you. You worked so hard to get to your graduation! You are a funny, kind, sweet, friendly, loving member of Lambert HS. I couldn't be more proud of the man you are! Your Uncle, Grandpa and I are so lucky you are in our lives. Can't wait to see where the future takes you!"


Kayla Brown, attending Kennesaw State University, majoring in digital animation

From the family: "Kayla we are so proud of the lovely young woman you’ve become. Congratulations on this achievement!"

Maddie Hahn, taking a gap year, planning to go to Honduras to be a missions intern, and working at Chick-fil-A

From the family: "Maddie!!! We are so proud of you!! You are such a beautiful person on the inside and out. We trust that God has amazing plans for you and can't wait to watch how he uses you! Remember that we are here for you no matter what and we love you so much! Love ummah and ahbah"

Cameron Speicher, attending University of North Georgia

From the family: "Very proud of all your accomplishments in the class (high school and dual enrollment) and the baseball field."

Colby J. Tallau, attending Gwinnett Technical College

From the family: "You went big and conquered it with ease ... wow!!! Congratulations, Colby, on showing everyone what we always're super smart and beyond special!!! This is definitely a proud day! Congratulations to you and all of your fellow graduates in the now infamous Class of 2020!"


Nicole Landry, attending Kennesaw State University and majoring in forensic biochemistry

From the family: "Nicole, we are so incredibly proud of you and your love of life. Although this has not been the graduation you had hoped, never loose faith in God or yourself! We love you ... Mom & Dad"

Seth Josiah Radney Bennett, will study business at Young Harris College where he will play baseball for the Mountain Lions

From the family: "Seth Josiah, You make us proud! Your fun, energetic, out-going, positive personality has showered you with great friends and provided us with a lot of enjoyment. Graduating as an honor student reflects your determination to exceed in expectations put before you. Watching you develop as a powerhouse, home run hitting baseball player has truly been exciting and proves you are a hard worker! Looking towards your bright future, it promises to be full of new and different choices, decisions, and adventures . We believe in you! We are fully confident that you will be highly successful in anything you elect to do. We are here for you always! We love you so much! LOVE, Mom and Abigail"

Did we miss your grad? Fill out the form here. Patch will be updating this post until May 31.

See also: Join Georgia Patch In Honoring The High School Class Of 2020.

This article originally appeared on the Suwanee Patch