Jeannette High School class of 2014 graduates 76 students
Jeannette High School's Class of 2014 graduated 76 students Friday night.
Crystal Rose was named valedictorian and Chelsea Zamborsky is the class salutatorian.
Several students also graduated with honors and high honors.
Graduates include Kelcy Atwell, Ciara Bartic, Caitlin Berardinelli, Sebastian Bowers, Jamie Bowman, Tiffany Briston, Colin Cavada, Bailey Chishko, with high honors, Jacob Cline, Champagne Cooper, Parker Covin, Brianna Crawford, Brittany Crawford, Terry Darragh Jr., Alexander DesPois, Nicole Dickson, with high honors, Madison Emanuel, Daniel Fullem, with honors.
Samantha Gawlas, with high honors, Duncan Gockel, Richard Graham Jr., Julie Gurnick, with high honors, Zachary Hafer, Nicole Hall, with high honors, Jesse Halstead, with high honors, Nicholas Hanan, Joseph Harrell, David Headen III, Courtney Hetherton, with high honors, Brandon Higgs, Matthew Howard, Candace Howell, with high honors, Riley Jordan, Alex Lavelle, Rachel Macias and Francesca Malik.
Becka Marsh, with high honors, Joel Mathews, Laura McCarthy, with high honors, Jeffrey McLean Jr., Alexandra Metz, with honors, Charles Mimnaugh Jr., Kristofer Moffa, with high honors, Damone Morton, Timothy Passino, Brianna Peters, Sarah Pitzer, with high honors, Zachary Porreca, Monique Redman, with high honors, Quentin Rickard, Tiffany Robosky, Crystal Rose, with high honors, Anthony Ruane, Brennah Simpson, with high honors, Christopher Smith Jr.
Brad Snyder, Yolanda Stape, with high honors, Kane Stoltz, Kaitlyn Stough, Cody Streussnig, Miles Sunder, with honors, James Thompson, Madison Veneri, with high honors, Bradley Wallace, Elizabeth Wargovich, Jacqueline Werner, with honors, Hannah Wessling, Brianna Weyandt, with high honors, Shyra White, Tre White, Austin Williams, Michael Wise, with honors, Jeroen Wolfe, with high honors, and Chelsea Zamborsky with high honors.
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