Johneisha Batiste, a Brusly High alumna recently graduated from LSU. She was named a University Medalist, which is an honor given to graduates with the highest undergraduate degree. 

Brusly High School alumna and recent graduate of Louisiana State University Johneisha Batiste graduated from the College Humanities and Social Sciences with the highest undergraduate grade-point average, earning the title University Medalist. Batiste completed her undergraduate career as Summa Cum Laude of her class with a 4.126 GPA.
Batiste earned her bachelor's degree in Political Science with a minor in African American studies. During her time at LSU, she was a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society and Gamma Beta Phi.
She will begin law school in the fall with hopes to become a prosecutor and eventually, a judge. 
Johneisha Batiste is a 2015 honor graduate of Brusly High School and the daughter of James and Cheryl Batiste. 

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