Caps fly for CHS ‘18


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Members of the Cedarville High School class of 2018 throw their caps in the air May 24. Forty-three seniors graduated during the 142nd annual commencement ceremony held at Cedarville University.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Members of the Cedarville High School class of 2018 throw their caps in the air May 24. Forty-three seniors graduated during the 142nd annual commencement ceremony held at Cedarville University.


Co-salutatorian Ben Heath addresses his classmates.


Superintendent Chad Mason hands Celeste Rucker her diploma.


Ryanne Rinaldi and Audrey Waymire present flowers to their class advisors, Tonya Downing and Lyndell Rising.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Members of the Cedarville High School class of 2018 throw their caps in the air May 24. Forty-three seniors graduated during the 142nd annual commencement ceremony held at Cedarville University.

Co-salutatorian Ben Heath addresses his classmates.

Superintendent Chad Mason hands Celeste Rucker her diploma.

Ryanne Rinaldi and Audrey Waymire present flowers to their class advisors, Tonya Downing and Lyndell Rising.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Members of the Cedarville High School class of 2018 throw their caps in the air May 24. Forty-three seniors graduated during the 142nd annual commencement ceremony held at Cedarville University.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/05/web1_CapsBest-1.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Members of the Cedarville High School class of 2018 throw their caps in the air May 24. Forty-three seniors graduated during the 142nd annual commencement ceremony held at Cedarville University.

Co-salutatorian Ben Heath addresses his classmates.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/05/web1_SalutatorianHeath-1.jpgCo-salutatorian Ben Heath addresses his classmates.

Superintendent Chad Mason hands Celeste Rucker her diploma.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/05/web1_Rucker-1.jpgSuperintendent Chad Mason hands Celeste Rucker her diploma.

Ryanne Rinaldi and Audrey Waymire present flowers to their class advisors, Tonya Downing and Lyndell Rising.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/05/web1_Advisors-1.jpgRyanne Rinaldi and Audrey Waymire present flowers to their class advisors, Tonya Downing and Lyndell Rising.