York High celebrates 2024 graduation

YORK – York High School celebrated the graduation of 100 seniors on Sunday, May 12, at the York City Auditorium.

The class of 2024 celebrated their colors of Navy and Vegas Gold, with concentration on their motto: “Find a way or make one!”

Receiving diplomas were: Parker Andersen, Scott Arndt, Conner Arnold, Cecilia Asti, Elizabeth Beauchamp, Charles Bell, Nicholas Bethune, Clara Booth, Dylan Bowler, Cooper Brahmsteadt, Klaire Brekke, Avery Brown, Dakota Brown, Joseph Burgess, Emma Chapman, Isaac Ciro, Riley Clark, Abigale Coll, Ann Collingham, Emily Collingham, Morgan Collingham, Kynli Combs, Emily Conrad, Karleigh Davis, Lean Davis, Makenna Dowty, Taylor Earnhart, Hadley Eckert, Seth Erickson, Kaylonie Ervin, Kyleigh Ewing-Bushnell, Gladys Flores Rubalcava, Emory Flynt, Boe Fraser, Marie Friend, Braxton Friesen, Ellie Gartner, Garrett Gassmann, Jordann Geiszler, Aldo Gonzalez Yeary, Talan Hager, Schuyler Handy, Kaden Heiden, Tomas Hernandez, Lauren Hills, Calan Hoffman, Hudson Holoch, Lily Houston, Skylar Huber, Hiram Humanes, Destiny Jackson, Eli Jacobsen, Elijah Jensen, Emmanuel Jensen, Raechal Junge, Elizabeth Kennedy, Lily Kowalski, Raima Kreifels, McKinlee Legg, Ashton Lemburg, Cameron Logston, Savanna Loven, Landon McConnell, Samantha McDaniel, Javier Molina, Cole Montgomery, Alejandro Morales, Parker Mundt, Franklin Musungay, Seth Nelson, Kylie Newman, Melbee Nickels, Stephanie Olivera, Ty Palik, Ellie Peterson, Riley Philipp, Weston Piper, Kiersten Portwine, Dylan Rasmussen, Maggie Rauert, Jordyn Reynolds, Sebastian Rodriguez, Shayla Rodriguez, Lane Scamehorn, Maleigha Scamehorn, Makai Schwarz, Abby Shafer, Angelina Shaw, Laney Sieck, Emma Snider, Raeann Snider, Keegan Spencer, Carter Stenger, Kassidy Stuckey, Emma Stutzman, Za’Mauria Thompson, Zeriaha Tilton, Rilynn Travis, Kohlsen Tritt, Joshua Turco, Claire Uhler, Emma Uhler, Grace Uhler, Markus Vrba, Shaylynn Wahl, Joshua White, Briona Wiedeman, Avery Wiemer, Hayden Williams, Hope Woods, Megan Wright and Tatum Zechmann.

The city auditorium was packed with proud family members and friends, especially many moms who were also celebrated, it being Mothers Day.

The Class of 2024 has been particularly successful as over 66% of the senior students received one or more scholarships, according to the YHS offices. So far, the class of 2024 has received over $3.7 million in scholarships. “We are so proud of our students and wish them great success with their future plans,” school officials said.

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