Graduation season is just around the corner for the class of 2022



Traditional graduation is back for the class of 2022.

Alexa Morse, News Editor

The graduation season for the class of 2022 is just around the corner.

On Tuesday, Feb. 8, Principal Paul Parsley announced that the class of 2022 will be receiving a traditional graduation.

CCCHS has not held a traditional graduation since the spring of 2019. 

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the class of 2020 had to adjust to the Covid-19 pandemic. That adjustment led to the more socially-distant graduation parade. 

The class of 2021 followed suit with their graduation, but they got to put the decision up for a vote.

However, because conditions have improved over the last year, this year’s class will be going back to normal.

This decision was made because there are no mandates in place for social distancing and masks at this time.

The graduation will take place on Friday, May 27 at the Carden-Jarrell Field at 7 p.m. 

The Top 10 percent was also announced and is listed below.

Senior Luke Beachboard was named Valedictorian, and Landon G. Meadows was named Salutatorian.

The students listed below have been invited to a banquet on March 9 to recognize their academic successes. 

Jason A. Abeyta

Caroline E. Ballard

Elizabeth C. Brown

Annmarie N. Calahan

Elliana A. Chumley

Anna E. Dawkins

Bethany A. Farrar

Kiya B. Ferrell

Connor J. Fox

Anna C. Godwin

Peyton H. Grosch

Destiny Haley

Maddison L. Helms

Kasen X. Holt

Cybele M. Hoover-Horn

Olivia B. Howell

Olivia P. Kilpatrick

Alyssa McClanahan

Logan G. Meadows

Harshita Y. Mistry

Jacqueline P. Mondragon

Marisol Moreno Rivera

Alexa J. Morse

Brady R. Nugent

Lauren I. Perry

Gavin W. Prater

Ashley K. Reynolds

Callie E. Roper

Haley K. Sherrill

Sarah E. Slade

Granite B. Todd

Riley J. Tucker

Jason P. Tundidor

Ethan J. Welch

Emily A. Whitten

Lukas Workman