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Northwest Yeshiva High School graduated 22 students on Monday, June 17, at Sephardic Bikur Holim Congregation in Seattle. Eight members of the class of 2013 received Washington State Honors Awards through the State Superintendent of Public Instruction for placing among the top 10 percent of all Washington state seniors.  - Contributed Photo
Northwest Yeshiva High School graduated 22 students on Monday, June 17, at Sephardic Bikur Holim Congregation in Seattle. Eight members of the class of 2013 received Washington State Honors Awards through the State Superintendent of Public Instruction for placing among the top 10 percent of all Washington state seniors.
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Northwest Yeshiva High School graduated 22 students on Monday, June 17, at Sephardic Bikur Holim Congregation in Seattle. Eight members of the class of 2013 received Washington State Honors Awards through the state superintendent of public instruction for placing among the top 10 percent of all Washington state seniors. Jessica Schwartz, valedictorian, delivered the address to the graduates.

Schwartz will enter the University of Washington's Honor Program. Members of the class of 2013 will enter a wide range of universities and colleges, including the University of Washington, New York University, Brandeis University, Northwestern University, University of Portland, Yeshiva University, University of Maryland and more.

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