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Hernando graduations for May 26

Central High School

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Graduation: 7 p.m. May 23, Grace World Outreach Church, Brooksville

Valedictorian Allison Zito

GPA: 4.52

College: University of South Florida

Salutatorian Ashley Medina

GPA: 4.45

College: University of Central Florida

Rest of the Best

3. Matthew Schubert

4. Mikaela Chaney

5. Aubrey Simmons

6. Amber Clark

7. Christian Slater

8. Andrew Shaw

9. Anna Munteanu

10. Sarah Rathke

Hernando High School

Graduation: 3 p.m. May 20, Grace World Outreach Church, Brooksville

Valedictorian Shannon Buchy

GPA: 4.60

College: Stanford University

Salutatorian Kallie Carlton

GPA: 4.57

College: University of Florida

Rest of the Best

3. Kelcey Morris

4. Sarah Babione

5. Alice Bronson

6. Logan Ross

7. Carolyn Shrader

8. Logan Flood

9. Heather Jacobs

10. Ally Motush

Nature Coast Technical High School

Graduation: 7:30 p.m. May 19, on the school's football field. Rain date is 8 a.m. May 20.

Valedictorian Abigail Hendry

GPA: 4.37

College: Guilford College, Greensboro, N.C.

Salutatorian Matthew Romeo

GPA: 4.35

College: Pasco-Hernando State College

Rest of the Best

3. Emily Hitaffer

4. Hailey Huffman

5. Cheyanne Steiblin

6. Rahne Skoglund

7. Yalan Crowell

8. Jeanell Elbert

9. Tayler Mondina

10. Kiara Williams

Springstead High School

Graduation: 7:30 p.m. May 26, in the school's Booster Stadium

Valedictorian Tully Goldrick

GPA: 4.6818

College: Yale University

Salutatorian Jerry Lee

GPA: 4.6557

College: University of Florida

Rest of the Best

3. Erica Siri

4. Asra Sami

5. Kimberly Morse

6. Emily Kolbasiuk

7. Zachary Knecht

8. Anjana Reji

9. Rachel Bedard

10. Trevor Yeckley

Weeki Wachee High School

Graduation: 3 p.m. May 27, Grace World Outreach Church, Brooksville

Valedictorian Ana Torres

GPA: 4.66

College: Undecided, but leaning toward Northwestern University

Salutatorian: Daniel R. Emanuel

GPA: 4.62

College: Florida State University

Rest of the Best

3. Drew Grissom

4. Michael Makar

5. Alexander Stewart

6. Michael Sherron

7. Trevor Kalhorn

8. April Zee

9. Jacob Wilfong

10. Ruby Graham

Hernando Christian Academy

Graduation: 7 p.m. May 26, Brooksville Wesleyan Church, Brooksville

Valedictorian Katherine Grace Moore

GPA: 4.3137

College: Lee University, Cleveland, Tenn.

Salutatorian Cayla Michael Phillips

GPA: 4.3043

College: University of North Florida

Rest of the Best

3. Jessica Fisher

4. Lauren Zappone

5. Amber Duthie

6. Vivi Zheng

7. Vito Yin

8. Alan Long

9. Michael Valdes

10. Geoffrey Cantrell

Spring Hill Christian Academy

Graduation: 3 p.m. May 20, Spring Hill Baptist Church, Spring Hill

Valedictorian Anna Vykhopen

GPA: 4.11

College: University of Miami

Salutatorian Victoria Cuomo

GPA: 4.09

College: Pasco-Hernando State College

Rest of the Best

3. Camille Hileman

4. Gabriela Caceres

5. Mary Vykhopen

6. Claire Miskis

7. Jacob Wilkins

8. Joseph Miranda

9. Miguel Reyes

10. Gabriel Henman

West Hernando Christian School

Graduation: 2 p.m. June 3, Northcliffe Baptist Church, Spring Hill

Valedictorian Katelyn Bowman

GPA: 4.0926

College: University of Central Florida

Salutatorian: Alana Gold

GPA: 3.969

College: University of South Florida

Rest of the Best

3. Jacob Hand

4. Michael Polchowski

5. Ethan George

6. Kaylee Diederichs

7. Angelo Biordi

8. Raymond Geoghegan

9. Stone Dowless

10. Alexia Villarrubia

Hernando graduations for May 26 05/16/17 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 16, 2017 3:56pm]
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