Oconee County High School 2017 graduate Megan Crozier received the highest possible distinction from the University of Georgia when she graduated in May.

Crozier, who majored in early childhood education, was recognized as a 2020 UGA First Honor Graduate after earning an overall GPA of 4.0. She also graduated with Highest Honors through the university’s Honors Program with distinction for completing the program’s capstone requirements.

Crozier is also enrolled in the Double Dawgs program and plans to complete her master’s degree in education from next year. 

“I love kids, and I’ve always wanted to make a positive impact,” said Crozier. “My teachers throughout my entire life really shaped who I am as a person and really made me love education. That just inspired me to be a leader.” 

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