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Graduation 2014: Northside Christian High

NORTHSIDE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

NUMBER OF GRADUATES: 63

VALEDICTORIAN: Mark Lee-Shue

SALUTATORIAN: Jennifer Clees

SPEAKERS: Lee-Shue, Clees and Stephen Webster, a Northside alum (Class of 1991) and teaching pastor at Blackhawk Baptist Ministries.

SPECIAL MOMENT: The graduates requested a moment of silence for Camille Marie Rawson, a classmate who died of cancer when they were in sixth grade.

CLASS ACCOMPLISHMENTS: The Class of 2014 received more than $3 million in scholarships, and all of the graduates are college-bound. The school's Royal Ambassador Band won the Class A state marching band championship this school year.

MUSIC: The Royal Ambassador Band played Pomp and Circumstance and the Northside High School Chorale sang three selections — the alma mater, The Music of Living and Blessing.

Times staff

Graduation 2014

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