Meet the class of 2022


Vincent Balansag

With packed class schedules, work and other extracurricular endeavors, it's not easy to schedule a time for 15 high school seniors to gather for a class photo. Between the two, the Class of 2022 was able to gather and then get on with their busy lives. This Friday, the class will graduate, and though their busy schedules won't include schoolwork, they'll still have a lot going on. The graduates in the back row are, from left: Kendra Meissner, Emma Martinsen, Liana Carney, Jamie Early, Adriana Nelson and Sophia Hagelman. In the front row, from left: Jimmy Baggen, Ryan Rooney, Jake Eastaugh, James Shilts, Tyson Messmer, Darryl Smith and Caleb Garcia.

As the Wrangell High School class of 2022 prepares to graduate on Friday, the Sentinel asked them to reflect on the past four years and how they would advise the class of 2023.

Jimmy Baggen

What are your plans after graduation?

My plans after high school are to go to (the University of Alaska Southeast) and enroll in the diesel power tech program. I will be there for two years, and after that I may go into the diesel mechanics field.

What will you miss about high school?

I won't miss much about high school. I will miss field days and sports trips. I liked most of my teachers, so I will...

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