Graduating seniors leave high school behind

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Homer High School

 

Quinn Weddle Alward

Samuel Ray Archuleta

Isabel Gallan Beach

Mikylla Elaine Blauvelt

Lyndsay Dee Brown

Nolan Pearce Bunting

Kyle Jay Carroll

Miles Anthony Catlin

Hayden Wyatt Chase

Alexander Thomas Clark

Desiree Elaine Cleary

Jaret Lee Cole

Tyeler John Cooper-Day

Sierra Brynn Deloach

Bryce Curry Donich

Kyah Savanah Doughty

Samantha Brittany Draves

Joshua Louis Fisk

Gage B Flyum

Karoline Geiker

Elias Jennings Graham

Ian Henry Hall

Alexis Casandra Herrera

Kaela Marie Jiron

Kyle Patrick Johnson

Laurel R Johnson

Lillian Dora Johnson

Johann Marshall Kallelid

Grace Lafrayne Kann

August Otto Kilcher

Megan Dara Kirsis

James Andrew Kraszeski

Sydney Nicole Lee

Kelly Marie Liebers

Chloe Damara Loop

Shenandoah Leslie Anne Lush

Nouredine Mama

Casey D Marsh

Jadzia V Martin

Marley James McGuire

Carly Jo McLean

Martina Renee Miller

Christina Marie Mitchell

Ralph Peral Mitchell

Hunter Lake Needham

McKinzie Rose Needham

Zachary Warner Nelson

Matthew Thomas Pollack

Jordan Leigh Raymond

Jakob Charles Richter

Dawson McClain Roberts

Michael Yuri Romanko

Lindsey Jaye Schneider

Luka Willow Schulz

Aziza Bali Shemet Pitcher

Griffin Michael Shero

Gregory Jeremiah Smith

Paige Joleigh Snyder

Liam Sequoia Somers

Kayla Rose Stafford

Alexander Harrison Stephens

Jennamarie Super

Claire Lisbeth Swanson

Michael Allen Swoboda

Elijah D Taylor

Jeremy P Tedesco

Hunter Hauk Tillion

Louise May Tymrak

Alyssa Marie Vanliere

Mariah Joy Vantrease

Aurora Abigail Waclawski

Riley Walls

Elise Kolea Webber

James Anthony Webber

Michael Patrick Whaley

Daniel Tortora Wiest

Hale Everest Wilkinson

Zane Mckinley Wilkinson

Patricia Kelly Woo

 

Connections – Homer

 

Maxim V. Afonin

Madison L. Akers

Andrew Mitchell Anderson

Autumn Jade Baker

Daniel I. Basargin

Elizavetha F. Basargin

Maksim I. Basargin

Brittany Marie Blaine

Gabrial Wayne Brown

Alec Andrew Cicciarella

Rebekah Joan Coe

Cyrus Troy Cowan

Brandon Patrick Dillon

Rachel A. Ellert

Colton Lee Fankhauser

Brandon S. Freeman

Sergius Nathaniel Hannan

Tirzah Mae Hardy

Matthew A. Huling

Rhea G. Hyde

Erica L. Jones

Neonilla Mihael Kalugin

Andrean Ivanovitch Kusnetsov

Marina E. Matveev

Brett Leon Merrow

Owen B. Meyer

Jayce Warren Miller

Lee E. Prouse

Vassa D. Reutov

Samuel Micah Shelton

Hristeena Andreanovna Snegirev

Celeste Rae Thompson

Breeanna Nicole Torsen

Dylan Jay Waterbury

Sarah Heather Weinfurter

Douglas Andrew Wrenn

 

Homer Flex

 

Duncan Garrett Hall

John E. Hamilton

Tyler Edwin Herndon

Eric Jordan Hill

Jessie Rowyn Hiller

Frank James Hunter

Jenna Karena Kelane Kilcher

 

Ninilchik School

 

Caleb John Appelhanz

William Paul Clark

Timothy Arturo Delgado

Jordan Danielle Finney

Alanna Brooke Goins

Morgan Alysh Heinz

Naomi Marie Hess

Krystal A. Robuck

Krista Mary Sinclair

 

Nikolaevsk School

 

Nadejda Vasilyevna Gordeev

Neil V. Gordeev

Megan Renne Hickman

Feodora I. Mametieff

Felemon Molodih

Gregory Austin Trail

 

Kachemak Selo 

 

Ignaty F. Kuzmin

Kirian I. Kuzmin

Ksenia T. Reutov

 

Port Graham

 


Kelsey Estelle Dorelle Meganack

 

Nanwalek

 

Joshua Alex Evans

Lavrentie Alexander Ukatish

Tehya Ann Ukatish

 

Susan B. English School

 

Thor Harold Burt

Marina Joy Chissus

Timothy Daniel Haller

Aidan Blake Philpot

Rosalia Marrisa Purpura

Olivia Quianna Turner

Robert Lee Ray Waterbury

Darrel Jake Wheeler

 

Voznesenka School

 

Alexey Karnelevich Ivanov

Eudokia K. Kalugin

German Reutov Kalugin

Olga V. Kalugin

Faeena S. Martushoff

Kelina Nazaravna Polushkin

 

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