Tre'Vaughn Cox is a graduating senior from Southern School of Energy and Sustainability. The Bahamian native made a huge impact at Southern during his first and only year at the school through his work in the classroom, on the field and in the community.
Tre'Vaughn has been successful academically as well as athletically. He enjoys playing soccer and running track for the school. The 12th-grader is also an active member of the Student Government Association and is viewed as a leader by his peers, teachers, and school administration.
Tre'Vaughn is a community-minded student who enjoys serving the community. In fact, on most Sundays, he can found volunteering at his church assisting teachers with younger children.
Southern’s principal Jerome Leathers describes Cox as one of the most respectful and positive-minded students that he has come across in recent years. He adds that Cox has an infectious smile to match his drive and determination to be successful.
As for the future, Tre’Vaughn will attend Durham Technical Community College in the fall with the goal of attending North Carolina A&T State University in 2021.
We are proud of Tre'Vaughn's accomplishments and look forward to honoring him during our June 2019 Board of Education meeting on Thursday, June 27.