Eduardo Rosales loves to work with his hands. His twin brother, Alonso, has always had a love of cars.
Graduates in the Class of 2022
Richland High senior Arianna Caiceros was among the 1 percent of Hispanic and Latinx students being recognized by the College Board for outstanding academic performance.
Graduates named valedictorians
Richland High senior Brevin Wickham is one of 70 students who worked toward graduation while also gaining work experience.
Shreya Mehta was selected as a delegate for the United States Senate Youth Program. That gave her the opportunity to attend a virtual week of major policy addresses by senators, cabinet members, and other federal officials
Graduates entering military service or a military academy
Maia DeMeyer was the only National Merit Finalist from the Tri-City area in the fall of 2021. Only 5 percent of students take the PSAT are selected as Finalists.
Graduates earning the Seal of Biliteracy
Here are just a few of the unique stories behind each of our seniors' journeys to graduation.
“Things have always found a way to work out,” Emily says.
Sophia was accepted into Eastern Washington University where she wants to study Criminal Justice and eventually become an FBI agent.
“I love baseball because anything can happen," Joey says.
Next year Zoe will attend Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. She plans to major in Biology with a Pre-Med focus.
“I got to research and do a deep dive into things I already love,” Jonathan says.
“I love math and figuring out equations,” says Alejandra.
Since he was six years old, Hanford High senior Austin Mallory has known he wanted to enlist in the Marines.