CHS Class Of 2015 To Graduate 23 Friday

Makenzie Long Salutatiran

Makenzie Long

Mackenzie Farmer Valedictorian

Mackenzie Farmer

Twenty-three seniors will take part in the 119th Crothersville High School graduation ceremony this Friday, May 22, at 8 p.m.

Seniors of the Class of 2015 will enter the CHS Cafetorium to the traditional ‘Pomp & Circumstance’. Senior Class secretary Rebecca Hensley will offer opening remarks.

CHS principal David Schill will welcome students, families & friends to the commencement ceremony.

Makenzie Long will deliver the Salutatorian address followed by the CHS Choir’s performance of ‘Find Your Wings’.

Mackenzie Farmer will deliver the Valedictorian address followed by the CHS band’s performance of ‘Into The Storm’.

Principal Schill will present the students and Crothersville Community Schools Superintendent Dr. Terry Goodin will present diplomas.

Mackenzie Farmer, senior class president, will lead her class in the transfer of tassels indicating that they have successfully completed their school career.

Clayton Beard, senior class treasurer will offer closing remarks and the newest graduates will depart the cafetorium to the musical selection ‘Back Home’.

The CHS Class of 2015 motto is “Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” The class flower is the rose and class colors are black and silver.

Members of the CHs Class of 2015 include Scott Kenneth Black Jr., Storm Elaine Boldery*, Clayton Edward Tyler Byrd*, Brian Keith Clouse Jr., Elsie Meghan Collman.

Also Jerry Defibaugh, Mackenzie Kristine Farmer*, Jacoby Austin Gillis*, Rebecca Lynn Loraine Hensley*, Jayna Nichole Hougland, Kensyl Roshele Lewis.

Also Makenzie Rebekka Long*, Devin Alexander Mazue, Dakota Shawn Lee Mount, Cory Morgan Needler, Josshua David Redwine, Ashley Nicole Ross.

Also Zachary Lucas Schmelzle, Kayla Marie Schneider*, Jordan Blake Schoenfelder*, Taylor Louann Shuler, Nicholas Lynn Tarter, and Tyler Houston Williams.

Boldface indicates Academic Honors Diploma, Italics indicate member of National Honor Society, an * indicate earning an Associate’s Degree in General Studies.