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Graduation 2013: Shorecrest Prep

Shorecrest Prep

Number of graduates: 69

Valedictorians: Felipe Coundouriotis, Garrett Schulte

Salutatorian: Xingkai Liu

Speakers: Coundouriotis, Schulte, Liu, headmaster Michael Murphy, head of upper division Thomas J. Dillow, graduate Ampaporn Thambundit, Outstanding Senior of 2002 Apisadaporn Thambundit, class president Jeremy Reiskind.

Advice: "Promise me and promise yourself that you will always remain grounded. Don't ever think you are better than anyone else, no matter how rich, how smart or how talented you are, especially to those who have helped you along the way." — Apisadaporn Thambundit.

Interesting visuals: Outside the campus' Janet Root Theatre, a framed photograph of each of the graduates stood below the enormous Shorecrest Prep crest

Amanda Starling, 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.

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Graduation 2013: Shorecrest Prep 05/19/13 [Last modified: Thursday, May 23, 2013 1:22pm]
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