Alliana Lee Bragg is the daughter of Cassie and Jason Swiger of Enterprise, and Derek and Marche Bragg of Bridgeport, and the granddaughter of Lee Holcomb of Enterprise and the late Marie Holcomb, and Criss Bragg of Grafton and the late Marliee Netzer.
Throughout her four years at Lincoln, Alliana has earned a spot on the honor roll due to her exceptional grades. She is in the top 25 of her class, and has been the recipient of several Top Scholar awards. Alliana was inducted into the National Honor Society her sophomore year, and is also very active in Student Council, where she serves as Senior Board Member. Also noteworthy is the fact that Alliana serves as the Vice President of her entire senior class.
Alliana also participates athletically, and has been part of multiple teams at Lincoln. A four-year member of the volleyball team, Alliana has earned All-County, Big 10, and All-State awards. She has also been a member of the softball and basketball teams in her earlier high school years.
Alliana has been a member of the Student Council, Drug Free Club, Caring Cougars, and Key Club, where she serves as Vice President. She has spent countless hours volunteering in her community to local businesses and programs. Some of these include: Angel Luv, Feed-a-Family, Adopt-a-Highway, and Clarksburg Veterans Nursing Home.
Alliana has plans to attend Fairmont State University where she plans to study Nursing.
Sierra Michaela Menendez is the daughter of Michael and Shelley Menendez of Shinnston, and the granddaughter of the late Louie and Mary Louise Menendez, and the late Harold and Frances King. Throughout her four years at Lincoln, Sierra has earned a spot on the honor roll due to her exceptional grades. She is ranked #1 in her entire class, and has been the recipient of several Top Scholar awards. Impressively, she was awarded Top Scholar of the Year as a sophomore in 2022. Sierra was inducted into the National Honor Society her sophomore year, where she serves as Historian. She was also inducted into the National Technical Honor Society as a junior. It appears she will complete high school with many respectable achievements as she was awarded the National Rural and Small Town Recognition for outstanding achievement by College Board.
Sierra has been a member of the Student Council, Key Club, and Quiz Bowl. Most notably is her
dedication to DECA where she is serving her second term as President before serving as Vice President. She is very active in DECA as she has competed at state and international competitions. She has spent countless hours volunteering in her community to local businesses and programs. Some of these include: Angel Luv, Adopt-A-Highway, Operation Christmas Child, Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign, Sleep in Heavenly Peace, and Shinnston Community Garden.
Sierra has aided a project which puts her above the average student. She serves on the executive
planning committee for the Epic Tourism Grant. She, along with other CTE business students, helped secure the grant for the city of Shinnston. Sierra, along with the team, conducted research within the community and developed a local tourism needs assessment. With that information in hand, the students proposed that attention be brought to the under-utilized rail trail and water trail systems located in Shinnston. They were awarded the $15,000 grant and continue to work diligently to encourage tourism to the area.
Sierra has plans to attend West Virginia University to major in dental hygiene.