“I just feel you have to do what gives you purpose.”
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Delta High School
Here are just a few of the unique stories behind each of our seniors' journeys to graduation.
He plans to enroll at Columbia Basin College in the fall to begin working toward a bachelor’s degree in project management, which would give him skills to work on everything from construction projects to media campaigns.
“When you want to do something, you have to envision yourself doing it,” she says. “I really believe in manifesting what you want.”
He’s excited to join his family’s business after graduation and work side-by-side with his father. He’s also looking at opportunities to use skills to help others through disaster relief efforts around the world.
“You can’t control everything that happens, but you can still reach your goals,” Sedra says. “Even when it feels hard to get through something, the people around you will help. Keep going.”
Class Of 2021 Highlights
Total Graduates in the Class of 2021
Hanford High's Maria Gardner's jewelry piece, "Eye of the Cat," will compete at the state level after being selected as a Judge's Choice winner at this year's Educational Service District 123 Regional High School Student Art Show.
Number of valedictorians
Richland High senior Brianna Simpson and her fellow Tri-Tech Skills Center student team members won the 2020 Central Washington Congressional App Challenge with their app aimed at educating players about the issue of food insecurity.
Check out how a community partnership is helping these River's Edge High School students be prepared for a career along with having a high school diploma.
Graduates entering military service or military academy
All four of our high school seniors who were named semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarshop Program also were named finalists. Learn about their plans after graduation.
Graduates recognized as either Finalists, Semifinalists or Commended Students by the National Merit Scholarship Program