A total of 2.2 million dollars were awarded to the graduating class, some were highlighted for athletic and academic excellence, interest in The Navy, Marine Corps and The Army National Guard. There were also scholarships awarded to those going into careers such as Teaching, Criminal Justice, and Nursing,
Members from the graduating classes of 1951, 1952, and 1979 were present to award scholarships.
Others were also recognized at the assembly such as The Varsity B award winners, an award given for lettering in three sports in a calendar year.
As all the students were being recognized, Teacher Nate Spora also received the Mallas Family Educator Award. This award was chosen by a group of eight students.
Senior Sarah Heller said, “I applied to a lot of the Ag scholarships because there is a lot in our county and that is the major I plan on going in to. I started applying a long time ago because some were due last fall. I feel I got these because my agriculture background and I also did well in school. My advice is to apply for as many as you can because you never know how many you will get.”
As senior year came to a close, the seniors were able to be awarded for their time and effort they gave during their high school years.