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Riverview High School Class of 2018

| Thursday, May 31, 2018, 11:00 p.m.
The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction if Ian Hughes.  Steven Fabian Lisowski, RHS alumnus and television correspondent for INside Edition, was the guest speaker. Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction if Ian Hughes. Steven Fabian Lisowski, RHS alumnus and television correspondent for INside Edition, was the guest speaker. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction if Ian Hughes.  Ryan Cecil delivered the Salutatorian Address.  Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction if Ian Hughes. Ryan Cecil delivered the Salutatorian Address. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction of Ian Hughes.  Carys Kenny-Howell delivered the Valedictory Address. Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction of Ian Hughes. Carys Kenny-Howell delivered the Valedictory Address. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction of Ian Hughes.  Steven Fabian Lisowski, RHS alumnus and television correspondent for Inside Edition, was the guest speaker. Zachary David Gent after receiving his diploma. Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction of Ian Hughes. Steven Fabian Lisowski, RHS alumnus and television correspondent for Inside Edition, was the guest speaker. Zachary David Gent after receiving his diploma. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction of Ian Hughes.  Steven Fabian Lisowski, RHS alumnus and television correspondent for Inside Edition, was the guest speaker. Sadie Swensen after receiving her diploma. Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction of Ian Hughes. Steven Fabian Lisowski, RHS alumnus and television correspondent for Inside Edition, was the guest speaker. Sadie Swensen after receiving her diploma. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction of Ian Hughes.  Steven Fabian Lisowski, RHS alumnus and television correspondent for Inside Edition, was the guest speaker. Senior Class Grace Notes, directed by Nathan Hart, sing the school Alma Mater. Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction of Ian Hughes. Steven Fabian Lisowski, RHS alumnus and television correspondent for Inside Edition, was the guest speaker. Senior Class Grace Notes, directed by Nathan Hart, sing the school Alma Mater. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
The final act of the evening, the traditional hat toss!The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction of Ian Hughes.  Steven Fabian Lisowski, RHS alumnus and television correspondent for Inside Edition, was the guest speaker. Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
The final act of the evening, the traditional hat toss!The Class of 2018, Riverview Junior-Senior High School Commencement Ceremonies, took place on Thursday evening, May 31. The sixty-one graduates processed onto the field to traditional 'Pomp and Circumstances' performed by the concert band under the direction of Ian Hughes. Steven Fabian Lisowski, RHS alumnus and television correspondent for Inside Edition, was the guest speaker. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
Seniors take photos before their graduation ceremony at Valley High School in New Kensington on May 31, 2018.
Nate Smallwood | Tribune-Review
Seniors take photos before their graduation ceremony at Valley High School in New Kensington on May 31, 2018.

This is the Riverview High School Class of 2018:

Sean Thomas Abraham+**, Alivia Taylor Acierno*, Ola Mhod Ghaleb Khaled Al-Khawaja, Benjamin Thomas Alcorn*, Benjamin Joseph Barnes*, Benjamin Gery Brumbaugh*, Christopher John Carlino, Ryan M. Cecil+**, Samuel L. Connolly+**, Aleta Virginia Conroy**, Margaret Louise Conte, Shane Lewis Copeland, Eva Luzi Curlee +**.

Dominic Thomas DiPippa, Devon Anthony English, Olivia Marie Farmer**, Christina Rose Fiore*, Charles Carroll Fisher*, Andrew Stephen Garda+**, Liam Patrick Gaynor, Zachary David Gent, Gabriella Katherine Harley*, Mairead Grace Hill*, Kaleigh Erica Hoffmann, Calvin T. Hogate+**

Benjamin David Johnson+**.

Carys Lynn Kenny-Howell+**, Taylor Suzanne Knapp, Michael Thomas Komaniak, Jr.*, Delaney Francesca Lyons*, Alaina Marie Mazur*, Michael Colman McDonough.Jr**, Nicholas Michael McShea*, Emma Annabelle Mendoza*, Alexa Lee Orbin*, Sarah Mary Ormay**, Allison MaryGrace Patton**, Makayla Alayna Paulone*, Marina Bianca Paulone+**.

Alexandra Lynn Pietragallo, Frank Matthew Principe**, Jay Victor Quinio, Mason Lee Racicot, Ariel Danielle Rafferty, Sydney Madison Reyes+**, Dorian James Rodriguez*, Noah James Schafer, Patrick William Scott+**, Ellie Marie Sebastian+*, Owen Kenneth Shields*, Madison Haylee Siegle*, Sean Matthew Sliben+**, Mckenzie Myri Rose Smail+**.

Richard William Smith+**, Sadie Jean Swensen*, Bridget Lynn Trabbold+**, Paris Lashelle Williams, Alexander Oleg Wilson, Zachary Joseph Yanko, Adam Bailey Walker*, Jordan Patrick Zatawski*.

+ National Honor Society

** High Honor Roll

* Honor Roll

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