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Graduation 2013: Clearwater Central Catholic

Clearwater Central Catholic

Number of graduates: 117

Valedictorian: Casey Rosario Moore

Salutatorian: Rachel Elizabeth Miller

Speakers: Principal James W. Deputy, IB Salutatorian Alyssa Michelle Rodriguez, Salutatorian Rachel Elizabeth Miller, President Dr. John A. Venturella, IB Valedictorian Matthew Anthony Adan, Valedictorian Casey Rosario Moore, and superintendent of Catholic Schools and Centers Alberto Vazquez-Matos.

Quote: "I have no doubt every one of our graduates will be successful, but will they continue to be faithful? This is the challenge we are all presented with." – Dr. John Venturella

Shining momentS: The first graduating class (1964) was there to celebrate with the Class of 2013, the 50th graduating class. To commemorate the event, the younger class received medals honoring the 50th commencement for CCC.

Interesting visuals: The CCC Marauder colors were showcased with the graduating students wearing red robes, the Class of 1964 graduates wearing gold robes, and teachers wearing black.

Louie Castillo, Clearwater Central Catholic, tb-two* staff

Graduation 2013: Clearwater Central Catholic 05/25/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 29, 2013 4:34pm]
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