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By Marc Lutz
Wrangell Sentinel 

High school graduation marks new beginnings for senior class


Courtesy of Arlene Woodward

The Wrangell High School graduating class of 2023 are, from left: Elias Decker, Trinity Faulkner, Nikolai Bardin-Siekawitch, Paige Baggen, Carter Hammer, Cassady Cowan, Kiara Harrison, Will Ashton, Ethan Blatchley, Steven Bales, Leroy Wynne, Killian Booker, Jacen Hay, Devlyn Campbell, Kyle Hommel, Rylee Chelette, Zeke Young, Brodie Gardner and Randy Churchill III.

After 12 years of studying, paying attention, taking notes, playing sports and, in some cases, goofing off, Wrangell High School's senior class will receive their diplomas on Friday night.

The final two weeks of school for the graduates have been filled with finishing their senior projects, making sure other work is complete and taking time out for a sanctioned skip day up the Stikine River.

Nineteen students will walk to the pomp and circumstance at 7 p.m. Friday at the high school gym, make speeches and accept their diplomas, to come away as newly minted adults. Though there are technical...

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