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The Highland Christian Academy fifth-grade class received award certificates of completion of the D.A.R.E. program

Rhett Lilly, Celeste Mallory and Valdosta Police Officer Stephen Findlay during the Highland Christian Academy D.A.R.E. ceremony

VALDOSTA – Highland Christian Academy held its annual D.A.R.E. graduation for the fifth-grade class Thursday, Jan. 11.

Students learned how to say no to drugs, to negative peer pressure and bullying others, according to a school press release.

Valdosta Police Officer Stephen Findlay presided and handed out the awards. First-place essay winner is Rhett Lilly and second place went to Celeste Mallory.

For more information about Highland Christian Academy, call (229) 245-8111 or go online and schedule a tour ( info@hcavaldosta.org) of the 18-acre campus where everyday is open house, according to school officials.

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