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Hollister High School celebrates graduation

The Hollister High School class of 2024 held commencement ceremonies on May 19 at the Mansion Theatre in Branson.  


Graduates were joined by family and friends for a touching ceremony to mark this milestone in their young lives.


Senior Faith Willis, Student Cabinet Secretary, opened the ceremony with the Pledge of Allegiance.


Senior Isaac Beebe, the class Unweighted Salutatorian and Student Cabinet President greeted those in attendance and offered opening remarks.


Three honor students addressed the audience, sharing memories and words of wisdom. Speakers included Unweighted Salutatorian Isaac Beebe, Unweighted Valedictorian Kelly Garceau and Weighted Valedictorian Isabella Dopko.


Keynote speaker was Hollister High School teacher, Mr. Matthew Hart. Hart was introduced by Senior Noah Richardson, Student Cabinet Vice President.


Honor graduates included Isabella Dopko (Summa Cum Laude), Isaac Beebee, Taylor Brown, Kelly Garceau, Katherine Linn, Kingley Tiefry-Morlan and Olivia Williams (Magna Cum Laude), and Jack Jackson and Noah Richardson (Cum Laude). The aforementioned graduates, along with Taylor Brown, Lucy Stillman and Faith Willis made up the top ten percent of the graduating class.


Senior Katherine Linn was recognized for maintaining perfect attendance during all four years of high school.


In the ceremony's closing remarks, Dr. Jared Terry, Hollister High School Principal, wished the graduates well and reminded them that they will remain a part of the Hollister family and will always be Tigers."

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