Assistant Director of Admissions
Grace Sugg's Territory/Population
North Carolina - Eastern N.C.
Grace Sugg's High Schools
Amy Bradley School; Apostolic Christian Academy; Arendell Parrott Academy; Ayden-Grifton HS; Bear Grass HS; Beaufort Christian Academy; Beaufort County Early College HS; Belfast Academy; Bethel Christian Academy; Bladenboro HS; Born Again Baptist Chrstn Aca; Brunswick County Early College HS; Brunswick Learning Center; Calvary Baptist Church School; Calvary Christian Academy; CamTech High School; Cape Fear Academy; Cape Fear Christian School; Cape Lookout HS; Carteret Academy; Champion Educational Center; Charles B Aycock HS; Chocowinity HS; Clarksville Christian Acad; Clinton HS; Coastal Carolina Chrn Academy; Coastal Christian High School; Columbus Christian Academy; Community Baptist Christn Acad; Cornerstone Christian Academy; Craven Community College; Craven Early College High School; Croatan High School; D H Conley HS; Dixon HS; Duplin Early College High School; E A Laney School; East Bladen HS; East Carteret HS; East Columbus HS; East Duplin HS; Eastern Wayne HS; Edwin L Gay Academy; Emmanuel Christian Academy; Emmanuel Christian School; Epiphany School; Eugene Ashley HS; Faith Christian Academy; Farm Life Academy; Farmville Central HS; Fellowship Christian Academy; Goldsboro HS; Grace Baptist School; Grace Christian School; Gramercy Christian School; Greene Central HS; Greene Early College High School; Greenville Christian Academy; Harrells Christian Academy; Havelock HS; Heide Trask Senior High School; Hobbton HS; Isaac Bear Early College High School; Jacksonville Christian Academy; Jacksonville HS; James Kenan HS; Jamesville HS; John T Hoggard HS; Jones Senior HS; Junius H Rose HS; Kinston HS; Lakewood HS; Lejeune HS; Lenoir County Early College HS; Liberty Christian School; Lighthouse Christian School; Mary S Mosely Performance Learning Center; Mattamuskeet High School; Midway HS; Mount Calvary Christian Acad; Nakina Alternative School; New Bern HS; New Hanover High School; North Brunswick HS; North Duplin Jr-Sr HS; North Lenoir HS; North Pitt HS; Northside High School; Northside HS; Oakwood School; Onslow Christian Academy; Outreach Christian Academy; Pamlico County HS; Pathway Christian Academy; Pender Early College HS; Pender HS; Pope John Paul II HS; Pungo Christian Academy; Richlands HS; Right Step Academy; Riverside High School; Rosewood HS; Ruths Chapel Christian School; Sampson Early College HS; School of Extended Hope; Shallotte Community Chapel SC; South Brunswick HS; South Central High School; South Columbus HS; South Creek HS; South Lenoir HS; Southeastern Early College HS; Southern Wayne HS; Southside HS; Southside HS - Use CEEB 340743; Southwest HS; Spring Creek HS; Swansboro HS; Tar Heel HS; Tarheel Challenge Academy; Terra Ceia Christian School; Topsail HS; Trinity Christian School; Union HS; Victory Christian Academy; Waccamaw Academy; Wallace-Rose Hill HS; Washington HS; Wayne Christian School; Wayne Country Day School; Wayne Early Middle College HS; Wayne School of Engineering; Wayne Technical Academy; West Bladen High School; West Brunswick HS; West Carteret HS; West Columbus HS; West Craven HS; West Duplin Christian Academy; White Oak Church of God Acad; White Oak HS; Whiteville Baptist Academy; Whiteville HS; Wilmington Christian Academy; Wilmington Early College High School
Get to Know Your Counselor
Question: What is your favorite Meredith tradition, memory or experience?Answer: Although it’s hard to choose just one, my favorite Meredith tradition is the Big Sis/Lil Sis program. I made some of my closest friends through these connections. All of the other traditions and events become even more meaningful when you’re sharing them with a Big Sis or Lil Sis.
Question: Do you have a personal connection to Meredith?Answer: I’m a Meredith alumna from the class of 2007.
Question: What would be your one piece of advice for students engaged the college search process?Answer: Visit the colleges you are considering. A campus visit is an invaluable experience that will help you decide if a particular school is the right fit for you.
Question: Why Meredith?Answer: I think the relationships built here and the sense of community really set Meredith apart. The opportunities available inside and outside of the classroom, in addition to the support systems in place, create a unique atmosphere in which to grow and learn.