Cedarville seniors ready to graduate

CEDARVILLE — The four-year achievements of Cedarville High School students will be celebrated at graduation on Thursday, May 19.

Seniors will cross the stage and receive their degrees inside the Dixon Ministry Center at Cedarville University to cap off the ceremony, which begins at 7 p.m.

Of the graduates, 95% plan to attend a two- or four-year school while 5% plan to join the workforce, according to principal Chad Haemmerle.

Haemmerle praised this class which, like the previous couple, faced on-the-fly adjustments due to COVID-19.

“Our senior graduates are an incredible group of hard-working, high-achieving individuals,” he said. “This group of young people are ready to do the right things and make the right choices that speak volumes about their character. Their absolute willingness to serve humbly in front or behind the scenes in any capacity is needed on a level that I have not witnessed in my career. They lead with positivity and by example in all their endeavours. I couldn’t be prouder of this group of students, they will be sorely missed.

Zoe Barger is the class valedictorian and Regan Dunstan is the salutatorian.

Barger served as a class officer for all four years of high school, and this year served as president of the National Honor Society and vice president of the Key Club. She will attend Butler University, major in website design and development, and participate in the honors program. Barger is this year’s recipient of the Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award for Greene County and will receive $500.

Dunstan served as a class officer and band officer throughout his high school career. She immersed herself in a multitude of activities including all the different groups offered within the music department. She plans to attend Ohio University in the fall and study forensic chemistry in hopes of furthering her law degree.



Contact Scott Halasz at 937-502-4507.

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