CEDARVILLE — Cedarville High School will graduate 44 during the 8 p.m. ceremony on Saturday, May 31.
Nearly 70 percent of the class will attend a post-secondary school and a pair of seniors will enter the military.
“They’re all individual but bonded by their story at Cedarville,” said Principal Virginia Potter.
Hudson Grant and John Keith Sheridan are the valedictorians of the class.
Grant has taken a rigorous class load throughout high school, including AP calculus, AP European history, writing and composition, physics, advanced math and AP government and biology. He earned nine Varsity C letters in track, baseball, football and basketball. He also served as the secretary of his class for three years and was an active member of TEAMS. Attending either Cedarville University or Wright State University on a full scholarship, Grant will be pursuing a degree in the field of pharmacy or physical therapy.
Sheridan will be attending Wright State University on an full academic scholarship and will study pre-medicine/biology. He also took a rigorous course load of AP classes and Spanish IV. Extracurricular activities kept him busy. He served in the Key Club and one year as a member of student council. Sheridan was the lead in several high school musicals and plays and earned numerous letters in football, basketball, track and tennis.
Sydney Dawes is the salutatorian.
Throughout her high school career, she was an active member in the school’s Key Club and participated in sports in her earlier high school career. As member of the National Honor Society, she excelled in her course work, taking such classes as AP government, advanced math, writing and composition, physics, AP European history, AP biology and AP English. She is also a recipient of the red cord, an honor given to those students who have donated blood for three years in high school. Dawes will be attending Ohio University in the fall and is presently pursuing journalism as a career choice.
Graduation will be in the Dixon Ministry Center at Cedarville University.