Graduates

CONNECTIONS

Sarah Andrews  Homer

Peter Otis Ellert, Homer

Kayla Rose Fisher, Homer

Frank Colton Holub, Nikolaevsk

Brooke Hannah Hueper, Homer

Nathaniel K. Isaac, Homer

Lily Faye Kroll,  Seldovia

Leedia Litvin,   Kachemak Selo

Mariah N. Stuart, Homer

Alisha Turpin-Crane, Homer

Sandra P. Viajante, Homer

Trevor Waldorf, Homer

For the names of other Connections students from the southern Kenai Peninsula, see schools and communities listed below where the students have chosen to graduate.

FLEX SCHOOL

Karen Savannah Anahonak

Travis Kyle Catron

Kyle Eugene Van Alstine

Jordon Arthur Wilson

HOMER HIGH SCHOOL

Keoni Keola Alfiche

Kaylee Alward

Cayenna Angelina Anderson

Grant Phillip Lee Arseneau

Emily Raenne Ault

Hunter Barger

Miranda Rose Beach

Colton C. Beacham

India Violet Bloom

Hunter Urbano Box

Breanna Lynn Brizendine

Connor Benjamin Browne

Ella Cary

Patrick Ryan Cashman

Riley Christensen

Alex Mathew Clayton (Kendrick)

Leo James Cooper

Addoris J. Davis

Caroline Marie de Creeft

William Roy Deaver

Molly Margaret Duggan

Carson Vaughan Duggar

Jakob H. Easton

Garrity Jens Fabich

Casey Lee Farrell

Dylan Converse Faulkner

Alia Mica Santos Fimon

Zachary Thomas Fraley

Rebekah Diane Frank

Michaela Jean Franklin

Zachery Taylor Gardner

Maggie Elaine Graham

Tiyanna Rae Hill

Hope Hudson

Adriane L. Huff (Anderson)

Kayla Ann Hutt

Alicia Marie Isenhour

Clinton James Johnson

Brittany Kelsey Amanda Jones

Jeremiah Keefe Eugene Josephson

Haley Elizabeth Kinnard

Katherine Alda Kirsis

Ethan Alexander Kizzia

Sachiko Georgeanna Knisely

Shawn Dennis Krumm

Hannah Jean LaRue

Caleb Ellet Lunsford

Valerie Patricia Mastolier

Kristina Dawn Mastre

Jacob Paul Mayforth

Connor James McCarron

Mark Christopher McGregor

Emmet John Meyer

Hanna Rae Mikols

Cruz Michael Morey

Haley Victoria Oliver

Alisandra Lorraine Olson

Katherine Marissa Pitzman

Drew Alexander Raymond

Samuel Thomas Reinert

Keril L. Reutov

Konstantin L. Reutov

Lucas Daniel Reyes

Sierra Batai Roberts

Lucas William Schneider

Megan Lynn Shover

William Everett Sinclair

Halle Elizabeth Sinn

Alicia Janeii Smith

Adella Sundmark

Amber Louise Steiner

Otto (Robbie) Tarnowske Vi

Drew Turner

Sirena Ouiyagasiak Turner

Amelia Jo Tyrer

Isabella R. Vaz

Lily Fumiko Westphal

Nathan James Wootton

David Marcus Leon Wright

KACHEMAK SELO

Alexander Konev

Leedia Polushkin

NANWALEK

Tania Romanoff

Antone Ukatish

NIKOLAEVSK

Neonila Kojin

Kiriakia Reutov

Frank Holub

Eric Mametieff

Anatoli Fefelov

Blake Klaich

NINILCHIK

Ryan Bear

Jayke Cooper

Hunter Keogh

Mirannda Monzulla

Brianne Noble  

Jennifer Smith

Kaylee Smith      

J C Wheeler

PORT GRAHAM

Nikalai Norman

RAZDOLNA

Elena Afonin (Connections)

Pelagia Basargin (Connections)

Polagia Basargin (Connections)

Maria Reutov (Connections)

VOZNESENKA

Marina Kalugin (Connections)

Nikit Matveev

Deanese Polushkin

Markell Polushkin

Pahisi Reutov

Alex Sanarov

Dennis Sanarov

 

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