Local students graduate from Eastside Catholic School

Carnation, Duvall, Fall City, North Bend and Snoqualmie residents are in the class of 2018.

  • Thursday, May 31, 2018 9:59am
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A graduation ceremony for the Class of 2018 will be held June 4 at 7:30 p.m. at Benaroya Hall in Seattle.

This will be the thirty-sixth graduating class for Eastside Catholic with 168 students participating in the ceremony. Ninety-nine percent of graduates will be attending 82 different colleges in 30 states and two countries outside of the United States in the fall. Eighty-nine seniors will be graduating with honors and two students, Lillian Didcock and Serena Gilani, were named National Merit Scholars.

A Baccalaureate Mass will be held June 1 at 7 p.m. at Mary, Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Sammamish.

Seven students who are residents of Carnation will graduate as part of Eastside Catholic School’s Class of 2018. The residents are Sabrina Austin, Blake Barrett, Thomas Binz, Jarred Flowers, Trenton Hart, Tyler Hart and Henry Maxon.

Left to Right – Trenton Hart, Tyler Hart, Sabrina Austin, Jarred Flowers, Blake Barrett, Thomas Binz and Henry Maxon

Left to Right – Trenton Hart, Tyler Hart, Sabrina Austin, Jarred Flowers, Blake Barrett, Thomas Binz and Henry Maxon

Four students who are residents of Duvall will graduate as part of Eastside Catholic School’s Class of 2018. The residents are Evan Abraham, Orlando Ashford, Alexandra Blockhus and Madison McMaster.

Left to Right – Orlando Ashford, Alexandra Blockhus, Madison McMaster and Evan Abraham

Left to Right – Orlando Ashford, Alexandra Blockhus, Madison McMaster and Evan Abraham

Nine students who are residents of Fall City will graduate as part of Eastside Catholic School’s Class of 2018. The residents are Drew Butler, Ryan Fitzgerald, Spencer Hilf, Matthew House, Collin Howland, Liliana Kaneshige, Lucille Pulfer, Miska Salemann and Hannah Shergold.

Left to Right – Ryan Fitzgerald, Matthew House, Hannah Shergold, Liliana Kaneshige, Drew Butler, Collin Howland and Spencer Hilf

Left to Right – Ryan Fitzgerald, Matthew House, Hannah Shergold, Liliana Kaneshige, Drew Butler, Collin Howland and Spencer Hilf

Four students who are residents of North Bend will graduate as part of Eastside Catholic School’s Class of 2018. The residents are Liam Gray, Hunter Jimenez, Andrew Muth and Alexandra Tiryakioglu.

Left to Right – Liam Gray, Alexandra Tiryakioglu, Andrew Muth and Hunter Jimenez

Left to Right – Liam Gray, Alexandra Tiryakioglu, Andrew Muth and Hunter Jimenez

Four students who are residents of Snoqualmie will graduate as part of Eastside Catholic School’s Class of 2018. The residents are Emily Griffin, Kevin Hood, Sean Murphy and Aaron Simons.

Left to Right – Kevin Hood, Emily Griffin, Aaron Simons and Sean Murphy

Left to Right – Kevin Hood, Emily Griffin, Aaron Simons and Sean Murphy

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