Mercer Island High School graduates 398 seniors

Mercer Island High School graduates 398 seniors

Mercer Island High School held its 62nd commencement on June 11 at the accesso ShoWare Center in Kent.

Mercer Island High School held its 62nd commencement on June 11 at the accesso ShoWare Center in Kent, awarding diplomas to 398 seniors in the class of 2019.

The valedictorians were Christopher Elliott, Elizabeth Hetzel, Thomas Horton King and Katelyn Orndorff. The salutatorians were Margaret Baker, Alan Bi, Samantha Kinder, Andrew Motz, Geonwoo Brian Park, Minje Park, Ethan Torok, Ella Veljovich and Rani Woerner.

The faculty speaker was math teacher Kim Schjelderup, and Jonathan Na was the senior class speaker.


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