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Awards ceremony held at Wrangell High School

 

Caleb Vierkant/ Wrangell Sentinel

Besides scholarships, many high school students were given awards by their teachers for their performance over the school year. Pictured here is Jonah Comstock (left) and CTE Instructor Drew Larrabee. Comstock was given the "drafting student of the year" award for one of his shop projects, where he made a topographical map of Wrangell Island.

Friends, family, and school staff all crowded into the gym at Wrangell High School last Monday afternoon for an awards ceremony. With graduation just around the corner, the senior class of 2019 was the primary star of the show, with 25 different scholarship programs present to recognize the graduating students. WHS counselor Aimee Romeijn said that she was not sure how much money was given out, in total, but about 45 scholarships were awarded to the seniors.

Jean-Luc Lewis received the most out of his class, earning 16 scholarships in total. He received scholarships from the Wrangell Chambe...



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