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Graduation 2013: Keswick Christian

KESWICK CHRISTIAN

NUMBER OF GRADUATES: 33

VALEDICTORIAN: Jonathan Douglas Easterday

SALUTATORIAN: Stephen Charles Coleman

SPEAKERS: Dr. David L. Harding, pastor of St. Petersburg Presbyterian Church; Jacob Carl Endrulat, student body president; Coleman; Easterday; Adam Daniel Foster, class president; Mary Kate Newton, Upper School Spanish teacher; Nick Stratis, superintendent.

QUOTE: "Most of our lives began 18 years ago, and for that we can thank our parents." — Easterday

SPECIAL MOMENT: Each graduate was introduced individually during the processional and escorted on stage by their parents. The ceremony also included each graduate's favorite Bible verse and a highlight from his or her high school career.

NICE TOUCH: With a class of only 33, each senior had at least one pew reserved for family and friends at Starkey Road Baptist Church.

Katie Lamont, East Lake High, tb-two* staff

Brought to you by tb-two* — the Times' teen voice of Tampa Bay — a weekly newspaper and website produced by high school students during the school year. Check out our graduation galleries at tb-two.com and tampabay.com/education. To send photos from Instagram and Twitter, use #tbgrads2013.

Graduation 2013: Keswick Christian 06/07/13 [Last modified: Friday, June 7, 2013 11:05pm]
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