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Graduation 2014: Canterbury School of Florida

Canterbury School of Florida graduate Courtney Copeland received her diploma from her parents, Susan and Don Copeland, on Wednesday at First Presbyterian Church of St. Petersburg.

LARA CERRI | Times

Canterbury School of Florida graduate Courtney Copeland received her diploma from her parents, Susan and Don Copeland, on Wednesday at First Presbyterian Church of St. Petersburg.

Graduation 2014

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CANTERBURY SCHOOL OF FLORIDA

NUMBER OF GRADUATES: 48

VALEDICTORIAN: Rachael Laky

SALUTATORIAN: Emily McMullen

SPEAKERS: principal Mac Hall, Donnamarie Hehn, McMullen, Laky, Angela Herzik Kaczor

SCHOLARSHIP AMOUNT: $4.1 million over four years.

FAMILY MATTER: At Canterbury graduations, alumni can present diplomas to their children. Don and Susan Copeland met at Canterbury while they were in high school. They presented their daughter Courtney Copeland with her diploma.

LIFERS: Twelve out of the 48 graduates have attended Canterbury for all of their schooling.

WORLDY SENIORS: Nia Mair, 17, plans to study in Italy. Elisabeth Hesston, 18, and Caroline Richstein, 18, will be studying together in Switzerland.

Angela Skane, University of Florida, tb-two* staff

Graduation 2014: Canterbury School of Florida 06/04/14 [Last modified: Monday, July 7, 2014 6:23pm]
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