McCallie Keo-Kio Accepts 12 New Members During Spring Induction Ceremony

Monday, April 15, 2019
The Spring 2019 inductees for McCallie School's Keo-Kio leadership organization
The Spring 2019 inductees for McCallie School's Keo-Kio leadership organization

Keo-Kio, McCallie’s preeminent senior leadership organization, welcomed 12 new members from the Class of 2020, inviting juniors to join the group in a Chapel ceremony. 

The senior leadership organization honors students for their leadership, service and loyalty to the school and its abiding principles.

One of the school’s oldest organizations, Keo-Kio is instrumental in planning annual events such as the winter semi-formal dance, Duck Day, community service projects and supporting new campus activities. The group also raises funds and distributes them to events and efforts made by other organizations at the school.

The 12 new inductees, including four boarding students and eight day students, are:

John Arrowsmith, Flintstone
Bennett Brock, Lookout Mountain, Ga.
Gus Buck, Jacksonville, Fl.
Nate Dallimore, Lookout Mountain, Tn.
Brown Hayes, Lookout Mountain, Ga.
Matthew Merritt, Bridgeport, Al,
Manny Mitchell, Douglasville, Ga.
Noah Risley, Fort Smith, Ar.
Adam Smith, Hixson
Ti Thomas, Chattanooga
Grant Williams, Rocky Face
Jack Young, Lookout Mountain, Ga.

These young men will be the leaders of the rising senior class for th 2019-20 school year, and will help lead their classmates in service to others and devotion to McCallie School.


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