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Graduation 2013: Berkeley Prep

Berkeley Prep

Number of graduates: 118

Valedictorian/Salutatorian: None; Berkeley does not rank.

Speakers: The Rev. Chaplain Douglas Carter, Hilleary Barbara Gramling (president, Student Forum), Megan Krystina Magray (class poem), Michael Allen Garcia and Eric James Massey (class gift), Joseph W. Seivold (headmaster), Paul Christopher Tsavoussis (class president), Calvin Carter (alumni, commencement address), Gregory W. Iglehart (chairman, board of trustees), and Kimberly Hannah (Alumni Association).

ADVICE: "The most important thing is to keep the most important thing the most important thing." — Calvin Carter.

CLASS ACCOMPLISHMENT: 29 students in this graduating class have attended Berkeley since kindergarten or before.

CLASS GIFT: This class raised $7,500 and donated all funds to the 50th Anniversary Service Scholar Award.

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

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