Mercer Island High School seniors throw their graduation caps in the air during the school’s commencement on June 7 at KeyArena in Seattle. For more photos, please see page 18. Photo courtesy of Allison Nelson

Mercer Island High School seniors throw their graduation caps in the air during the school’s commencement on June 7 at KeyArena in Seattle. For more photos, please see page 18. Photo courtesy of Allison Nelson

Mercer Island High School graduates 360

The class of 2018 has eight valedictorians, all with perfect 4.0 grade point averages.

  • Wednesday, June 13, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

Mercer Island High School graduated 360 seniors at its 61st commencement on June 7 at KeyArena in Seattle.

The class of 2018 has eight valedictorians, all with perfect 4.0 grade point averages: Annika Evens, Jon Ho, Mithril Hugunin, Miti Parikh, Sarah Pickles, Zoe Sheill, Leah Wootton and Jasmine Zou. Salutatorians are Alison Dickstein, Brian Smoots and Kenneth Wang.

The faculty speaker was math teacher Laurie Schwartzberg, the student speaker selected by the class was Sophie Poole. Performers included guitar/vocalist Sophie Feldman and guzheng soloist Ena Wang.

Photos courtesy of Allison Nelson

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