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Two Southeast Collegiate Prep Academy students are bound for North Carolina State University after their June 8 graduation.

Deshawn Smith, who is the class valedictorian, and Camira Myrick, who is graduating in the top 10 of his class, both chose N.C. State after getting acceptance letters and several scholarship offers from a number of colleges.

The two seniors are also the first in Southeast history to score platinum on Career Technical Education readiness career tests.

They are both scholar athletes who have excelled in the classroom and on the court.

They received acceptance letters from UNC, Duke and Morehouse College among others.

“I’m very proud of these students,” said Southeast principal Gregory Monroe.

Halifax County Schools Superintendent Eric Cunningham said, “There is not greatness in Halifax County. Our students are the best of best and compete with the best.”