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Northshore to graduate more than 1,400 students

Northshore high schools will graduate 1,431 students in ceremonies held June 11-15. Graduation ceremonies for Bothell, Inglemoor and Woodinville high schools will be held at Comcast Arena, 2000 Hewitt Ave., in Everett. Graduation ceremonies for Northshore Networks and Secondary Academy for Success will be held at the Northshore Performing Arts Center, 9130 N.E. 180th St., in Bothell.

Bothell High School

June 13, 3:30 p.m.

453 graduates

Valedictorian: Kasey Cottrill

Salutatorian: Megan Griffin

Class Speaker: Teodor Ekstrom

Guest Speaker: School Board Director Dawn McCravey

Inglemoor High School

June 13, 7 p.m.

496 graduates

Valedictorians: Brandon Donaldson, Tamar Feldman, Sean Halbert, Kyle Hancher, Hunter McDonald, Bailey Moritz, Nicole Ochandarena, Megan Stewart and Lucas Wimmer.

Salutatorian: Christopher Hansen

Student Speakers: Kiana Baharloo and Roya Baharloo

Staff Speaker: Amy Monaghan

Guest speaker: School Board Director Sandy Haynes

Woodinville High School

June 13, noon

397 graduates

Valedictorians: Nathan Dayton, Andrea Ducharme, Kelsie Haakenson, Annie Hellebust, Conner Kummerlowe and Jean Sung

Salutatorian: Sei Unno

Student speakers:  Reagan Quigley and Conner Kummerlowe

Guest Speaker: School Board Director Sandy Haynes

Secondary Academy for Success

June 11, 7 p.m.

46 graduates

Student Speakers: Ashley Browning, Nathan Gilbertson and Joseph Landmann

Guest Speaker: School Board Director Janet Quinn

Northshore Networks

June 11, 3 p.m.

39 students

Valedictorian: Mallory Luteran

Salutatorian: Evan Therrien

Student Speakers: Kyna Smythe and Sky Siljeg

Guest Speaker: School Board Director Dawn McCravey

Northshore School District’s Class of 2012 has been awarded over $5,744,072 in scholarship money.

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