Wyatt Ellis is the Valedictorian from the Class of 2019 with the highest GPA from the 187-member Class of 2019.
Wyatt is the son of Amy and Brian Ellis of Cordova. He is an Honors and AP student, scoring a 35 on the ACT. He is an AP Scholar with Distinction and will earn his Capstone Diploma this inaugural year of implementation. (St. Benedict is the only private school in Memphis and one of only eight in Tennessee offering Capstone diplomas). He is a National Merit Commended Student. Wyatt is a member of the National Honor Society, the National Science Honor Society, the National Spanish Honor Society, the National English Honor Society, Rho Kappa History Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society.
Wyatt is also a member of the Key Club and the Cross Country, Swimming and Water Polo teams, earning him the school’s prestigious Iron Eagle Award for 3-sport athletes. He has been a TSSAA Scholar Athlete for four years and is the SBA Senior Scholar Athlete.
Wyatt has been selected by his senior class as Most Likely to Succeed. Wyatt was recently recognized by the Germantown Exchange Club as Youth of the Month for April.
Wyatt has earned his Eagle Scout ranking and has 10 plus years in martial arts with Tennessee Karate Institute. He is a Black belt, 1st Degree.
Wyatt plans to attend the University of Arizona and major in Physics.
Quincy Card is the Salutatorian from the St. Benedict at Auburndale High School Class of 2019. He has achieved the second highest cumulative GPA of his class of 187 students.
Quincy is the son of Jo Ann and Parker Card of Cordova. He is an active member of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, often serving as Master of Ceremonies for Masses and services. He is graduate of St. Francis of Assisi School and is an Honors and AP student in high school. Quincy scored a 32 on the ACT and is a member of the National Honor Society, the National English Honor Society, the Latin Classical League, Rho Kappa History Honor Society, the National Science Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and the Key Club service organization.
Quincy plans to attend Tennessee Tech University to major in Computer Science.