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Graduation 2013: Calvary Christian

Calvary christian

Number of graduates: 48

Valedictorian: Caroline Andreassen

Salutatorian: Christine Marino

Speakers: Calvary Baptist Church senior pastor William Rice, Andreassen, Marino and David Kilgore, the school's administrator

BEST ADVICE: "Regardless of how a situation turns out, no one can take an experience away from you," said Andreassen, who also added: "Have an impact and be a leader wherever you go."

famous books and people quoted: The Bible, Tale of Two Cities, Abraham Lincoln, Shakespeare

Special Moments: Before the graduation, director of admissions Donella Woodbury spoke and prayed with the soon-to-be graduates. "I was touched tonight when a student said to me, 'I wish I had one more year here,'" she said. Andreassen fist-bumped two boys seated next to her after making her address.

special awards: Timothy Award: Gabriel Murgueytio; Warrior Award: Dane Johansen; Outstanding Christian Character Award: Alyssa Posavec and Andrew Voor; Althletes of the Year: Christine Marino and Matthew Piatt; Outstanding Students in Fine Arts: Dylan Fresh and Jasmine Martin

Angelina DeVincenzo, East Lake High, tb-two* staff

Graduation 2013: Calvary Christian 05/31/13 [Last modified: Friday, May 31, 2013 10:34pm]
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