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Graduation 2014: Pinellas Park High

PINELLAS PARK HIGH

NUMBER OF GRADUATES: 401

VALEDICTORIAN: Enise Luu

SALUTATORIAN: Jennifer Vuu

SPEAKERS: Luu, Vuu, senior speaker Anna Malanowski and executive board president Paula Pham.

SPECIAL MOMENT: Senior Trung Le was awarded the annual Richard Allen Memorial Scholarship.

PATRIOTIC: Like the school's mascot, the Patriots, the graduates donned blue and red.

STELLAR VOCALS: The school choir wowed graduates and guests with a performance of the Star-Spangled Banner to begin the ceremony.

CLASS GIFT: The seniors paid to give a 5-foot-tall monument to the school.

ACADEMIC STARS: Sixty-four students graduated summa cum laude (with GPAs of 4.0 and above).

Lillian Skye Noble, St. Petersburg Collegiate High, tb-two* staff

Graduation 2014: Pinellas Park High 06/02/14 [Last modified: Monday, June 2, 2014 11:47pm]
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