BHS celebrates its 2019 grads

On June 7, Blaine High School seniors and their families filed into the school gymnasium for the 2019 graduation ceremony. Annie Wright gave the salutatory address to the more than 120 graduates, which was followed by an arrangement of “There You’ll Be” by Faith Hill, sung by a small group of students. Valedictorians Alexandra Hao, Katherine Morris, Shubh Karman Walia and Jevan Wilskey all gave short speeches before honors were awarded and diplomas were presented.

It was the last graduation ceremony for superintendent Ron Spanjer, who will retire at the end of August.


Co-valedictorian Jevan Wilskey delivered a moving speech.


It was a day full of joy and excitement for the BHS class of 2019.


Graduates posed for photos with their friends and family members.


Diplomas were presented to members of the graduating class.


Co-valedictorian Katherine Morris offered an inspirational message to her fellow grads.



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