Christian Brothers High School congratulates its top students, who will be honored and recognized on Saturday, May 12, at the 147th CBHS Commencement ceremony, to be held at Hope Church.
Dwight Melvin Bush Moore, Jr., Class of 2018 Valedictorian, will graduate with the top grade point average of the 222 graduates. This year, CBHS will have three Co-Salutatorians – Wyatt Matthew Entrekin, Noah Oneil Hubbard, and Matthew Erskin Hubbard – who tied with the second highest grade point average.
Dwight is the son of Dwight Moore, Sr. and Geneva Simpson-Moore of Collierville. He attended Central Day School before coming to CBHS as a freshman. He will be attending Stanford University in the fall. Highlights of his CBHS career including a perfect 36 ACT score as a sophomore, enrolling in Advanced Calculus III, and playing the French horn as a four year member of the CBHS Pep Band, Historic Band and Honor Band.
He is the recipient of many awards including: National Merit Finalist; 2014 & 2015 Scripts National Spelling Bee participant/ Memphis-Shelby County First Place Champion; third place in TMTA Math Competition for Algebra II; Gold Level on National Spanish Exam; induction into the CBHS National Honor Society and National Spanish Honors Society; AP Scholar with Distinction; Yale Book Award; and All-West TN Honors Band. Dwight is also a two-year member of the Brothers Leadership Council (BLC) holding the office of Academic Chair and Academic Representative. Also, Dwight was a participant and winner on Who Wants to be a Millionaire Wiz Kids Week.
Wyatt is the son of Matthew and Lesley Entrekin of Cordova. He attended St. Dominic School prior to coming to CBHS. He will be attending Georgia Tech in the fall. He was an AP Scholar with distinction, received a 34 on the ACT, numerous Latin awards, and inductee in the National Honor Society, among many other honors. He is also a member of the track team, Key Club, Mock Trial team, and served as a student ambassador. And one “fun Hollywood fact,” Wyatt is credited in the role of young Tommy Cash in the 2005 movie, “Walk the Line”
Twin brothers Matthew and Noah Hubbard are the sons of Neil and Libby Hubbard of Lakeland. They attended Arlington Middle School before enrolling in CBHS. Matthew will be attending the University of Tennessee - Knoxville in the fall. Noah will be attending the University of Mississippi.
Matthew, a National Merit Finalist, has been an active member of the CBHS Key Club, Model United Nations, Youth in Government, Honors Band and Knowledge Bowl. A four-year member of the pep band, historic band and honors band, Matthew was selected section leader. He also was elected captain of the CBHS Knowledge Bowl Team last year. He is also an AP scholar who earned a 35 on the ACT.
Noah, National Merit Commended student, is the recipient of many awards including: Academic Excellence Award AP European History; Academic Excellence Award AP United States History; Academic Excellence Award AP World History; Certificado de Exelencia – Spanish Language; Bronze Medal – National Spanish Exam & Silver Medal – National Spanish Exam; Outstanding Delegate Award – Model United Nations; Tennessee Band Masters Association Award of Excellence; Washington and Lee University Book Award; and West Tennessee All West Honors Band. Noah was also awarded advanced juggling status from the International Juggler’s Association.