HARTSVILLE — Andrew “Logan” Robinson graduated from the S.C. Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics on May 30. GSSM is an innovative high school for academically motivated juniors and seniors pursuing studies in science, technology, engineering and math and is one of only 12 specialized, residential high schools in the nation.
A member of the National Society of High School Scholars and National Honors Society, Robinson is a Palmetto Fellow, and was named Furman Scholar, Wofford Scholar, Clemson Scholar, University of South Carolina Capstone Scholar, and Charleston Southern University Jairy C. Hunter Jr. Scholar.
He is also a member of The South Carolina Society, Sons of the American Revolution and an Eagle Scout scholarship winner. He was a member of the Investing and Entrepreneurship Clubs, and as an Eagle Scout, was awarded the President’s Volunteer Service Award.
He was a student representative on the GSSM committee working to revitalize downtown Hartsville. During the summer of 2014, he participated in a six-week “Eye-Tracking” summer research project at Clemson University, and presented his research paper at the S.C. Junior Academy of Science annual meeting this spring.
Robinson will be attending Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in the fall, where he was awarded the Presidential scholarship. He is the son of Laura Bost and Andy Robinson of Winnsboro.