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PGCPS Alumni Profiles
Telling The Story of Royals Who Are Leading, Innovating, and Inspiring Our World
Prince George County is home to incredible students who do extraordinary things within our schools during their educational journey at home. In a few steps across a stage, they clutch their diploma and prepare to embark on the next phase of their lives. Prince George High School Royals step into the world seeking to lead in their community or abroad, innovate in ways never seen before, and inspire the next generation of students to follow in their footsteps.
Prince George County Public Schools' Alumni Profiles will showcase men and women who have ventured into the world after completing their education in Prince George. These individuals have taken time to share their stories with us and the community regarding what they have done since graduating from Prince George High School. After graduation, many Royals have continued their education at colleges and universities across the country, joined America's armed forces, entered the workforce, or found ways to share their talents with the community and world. 
Enjoy these profiles and learn more about contacting Prince George County Public Schools to share your alumni story!
Meet Our Alumni
Read Stories From Past Prince George Graduates
Renee Williams Renee Williams
Prince George High School Class of 1966

"The book 212: The Extra Degree by Sam Parker and Mac Anderson states that at 211 degrees, water is hot. At 212 degrees, it boils. And with boiling water, comes steam. And steam can power a locomotive. It’s that one more degree that stands between success and failure.  With just a little more effort you can be a winner. Go out and make steam.  "

Paul Holland Paul Holland
Prince George High School Class of 1978

"I’ve been incredibly fortunate to have lived and worked in 74 countries and helped friends and colleagues generate over $25B in market cap and thousands of high paying jobs for team members in my companies.  I couldn’t have done any of that without the strong foundation I built with my friends and family in Prince George County."

Rachel Waymack Rachel Waymack
Prince George High School Class of 2012

"We’re all capable of much bigger things than we usually give ourselves credit for, but we all also are dependent on one another. Go out there and make the world that much better for everyone."

Alexis Grias Alexis Grias
Prince George High School Class of 2016

"It took me a long time to learn this, but things will always work out. It might not seem like it in that moment, but trust yourself, as well as the process. There is more to this world than simply living, so go out and do whatever makes you happy!"

Alumni! Share Your Royals Story!
Let Us Know How You Are Doing By Sharing Your Story
We love hearing from our Prince George High School alumni! If you or someone you may know wants to be featured in an Alumni Profile, please contact Michael Campbell, Coordinator of Communications and Public Relations, via email at [email protected] for more information.