During this afternoon’s all-school assembly, the 2024 GPS May Queen and Court were voted on by the student body after being nominated by the senior class prior. On May Day, Claire Scotchie will wear the flower crown as May Queen, with Sutton Salter as her Maid of Honor. Completing the court are Crown Bearer Caitlin Polk, Scepter Bearer Caroline Breazeale, and Train Bearers Hoda Alameddine and Ella Harris.
The seniors vote for the May Court by selecting classmates who best represent their class, our school, and the ideals and values we hold dear while considering the following criteria:
The May Queen and Court should be representatives of the senior class in the highest sense.
They should be gracious, friendly, and loyal to friends and to GPS.
They should be actively and enthusiastically involved in the life of GPS, eager to give of their time and their talents.
They should stand for the highest ideals in character and integrity.
They should be respected and admired by fellow schoolmates and faculty alike.
When voting for the May Queen and Maid of Honor, the entire student body is asked to consider the same criteria. Read brief bios about our 2024 May Court:
Claire Scotchie | May Queen
Claire is Vice-President of the Spanish National Honor Society as well as a captain of both the varsity golf and varsity lacrosse teams. She attended St. Nicholas School.
Sutton Salter | Maid of Honor
Sutton is a member of both Terpsichord and the Senior Class Leadership Council. She is also a middle school leader of Christian Forum. Sutton attended Fairyland Elementary School.
Caitlin Polk | Crown Bearer
Caitlin is President of the Senior Class Leadership Council and President of BIPOC. She is also a member of the varsity lacrosse team. Caitlin attended Loftis Middle School before transferring to GPS in eighth grade.
Caroline Breazeale | Scepter Bearer
Caroline is President of the Honor Council and is a member of Terpsichord and GPS Ambassadors. She attended Lookout Mountain Elementary School.
Ella Harris | Train Bearer
Ella manages theater tech for Chapel and stage productions. She is the events coordinator for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) Forum as well as for the Gender and Sexuality Forum. Ella attended St. Nicholas School.
Hoda Alameddine | Train Bearer
Hoda is a leader of organization and management for Amnesty, President of SWE-Next (Society of Women Engineers Next Generation), and a senior representative for Partnerships in the Community. She attended Chattanooga School for the Liberal Arts.
Congratulations to the 2024 May Queen and Court. Students, you should be proud of your choices!
To view a video about our school’s unique May Day tradition, click here