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Graduation 2014: Plant City High

PLANT CITY HIGH

NUMBER OF GRADUATES: 432

VALEDICTORIAN: Dhara Patel

SALUTATORIAN: Samir Patel

SPEAKERS: Principal Colleen Richardson, Samir Patel and Dhara Patel

OFF THE CHARTS: Dhara Patel had the highest GPA of any senior in Hillsborough County this year, with a 10.02. Advanced Placement and dual enrollment courses helped boost the number. She's off to the University of Florida.

CLASS ACCOMPLISHMENT: 170 graduates finished with GPAs of 4.0 or higher.

BEST TWEET: @CamT44: Graduate high school … big step into being an adult … then go home and watch Spongebob. #Regression

CLASS SONG: Hall of Fame, by the Script featuring Will.i.am

TOKEN GIFT: Honor graduates received embroidered teal beach towels from the school.

Katie Lamont, East Lake High / St. Petersburg College, tb-two* staff

Graduation 2014: Plant City High 06/04/14 [Last modified: Thursday, June 5, 2014 6:03pm]
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