CEDARVILLE — Cedarville High School will graduate 49 seniors during ceremonies Saturday, May 28 at Central State University.
Of the graduates, 100 percent of them know what their future plans entail. Forty-five plan are heading to college, three are going into the work force and one is joining the military.
“I am so very proud of all of our graduating seniors,” said principal Chad Haemmerle. “Ninety percent of our seniors will be attending college in the fall, something that each of them has worked very hard to achieve. Those entering the workforce are doing so with a skill set they learned from the career center, making them ultra-employable. Our student entering the military directly has demonstrate the willingness to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country, and I could not be more proud of him or his decision.”
Nathan Sheridan is the class of 2016’s valedictorian, compiling a 4.38 GPA. He is a National Honor Society member and was active in Key Club and drama and played football and ran track. He plans to attend Wright State University in the fall and major in mechanical engineering. His career goal is to become a Realtor and an auctioneer.
Sophie Mortensen is the salutatorian, finishing her studies with a 4.28 GPA. She is also a NHS member and participated in band choice and her church youth group. She ran track as well. Mortensen was recognized as a National Merit finalist. She plans to attend Kenyon College in the fall and major in English. Her career goal is to become a writer.
“This class displayed a true passion toward service, the arts, and academics,” said high school and middle school counselor Richard Woods. “For such a small number of students, (we) have many quality leaders with bright futures, and will become leaders of their community.”
Graduation begins 8 p.m.
Contact Scott Halasz at 937-502-4507.