Saucon Valley Class of 2017 Graduates, Celebrates New Chapter (PHOTOS)

Friday was an emotional, exciting evening for members of the Saucon Valley Class of 2017, as well as family members and friends, who attended Commencement exercises in the Saucon Valley High School auditorium and witnessed their transition from high school students to high school graduates.

Welcome remarks were given by senior class president Konstandinos “Dino” Zaharakis, the Salutatorian was Kayleigh Boyle and the Valedictorian was Rebecca McCabe.

Interim principal Kenneth Napaver and school district superintendent Monica McHale-Small also spoke, as did faculty speaker Cheri Chisesi.

The following is the list of students who graduated according to the Commencement program:

Camrin Allen, Jacob Bartakovits, Malia Bartek, Brittani Bauer, Mariah Bauman, Jonah Beers, Benjamin Benado, Matthew Bencivengo, Briana Berger, Kylee Bernardo, Trevor Blackwood, Alexander Bodor, Cody Boehm, Michael Boreman, Melissa Bosco, Cole Bower, Jacob Boyle, Kayleigh Boyle, Shannon Boyle, Mackenzie Butera, Mark Campia, Cole Carey, Aidan Cassidy, Michael Chaffier, Jason Cherry, Shan Shan Chi, Hayden Clifford, Justin Cline, Thomas Coakley, Helen Ranieri-Cordes, Jillian Cosgrave, Jacob Coyle, Emily Deily, Ashley Dougherty, Brianna Estojak, Jessica Evans, Katia Faroun, Rachel Fenstermacher, Myra Fisher, Devin Fontanez, Maxwell Frank, Sean Freed, Bryan Galdo, Aaron Gardiner, Kelsey Gatchel, Taylor Geiger, Jared Gensey, Brendan Gertz, Gariella Giannetto, Cole Gilotti, Viktor Ginelli, Laura Gombocz, Stephen Good, Kayla Hart, Savannah Hart, Zachary Harvey, Jordan Hawk, Celia Heenan, Amanda Heft, Dezarae Hero, Chelsea Hill, Kathryn Hoff, Kelly Hofstaedter, Brandon Holub, Renae Hotchkiss, Abigail Illingworth, Sophia Israel, Daniel Jones, Emileigh Keeler, Nataniel Kehs, Kory Kemmerer, Allan Kerbein, Nguyen Khoa, Camryn Koch, Victoria Kohn, Marissa Kraemer, Evan Kramer, Noah Kriner, Jenna Kruger, Jarred Kyra, Dylan Leibensperger, Meagan Lipka, Joshua Lucas, Abraham Lugo, Blaiz Maguire, Samuel Margolis, Kayla Marsdale, Allie Martin, Hannah Maykut, Rebecca McCabe, Calista McCarty, Paige Medei, Jordan Melendez, Ryan Meyers, Zachery Meyers, Paul Miller, Dioniser Miranda, Melissa Moran, Tanner Morgan, Justin Morgandale, Ashleigh Nagy, Kyle Nagy, Joseph Naiburg, Wakana Nakajima, Jacob Nichols, Justin Nival, Anna Opgard, Alexandra Ordonez, Kiran Pandey, Rachel Panek, Kaycee Pekarek, Irina Peterson, Dominick Peteto, Zachary Petrucelli, Nicholas Pettegrew, Jonathan Phillips, Benny Pichel, Samuel Plank, Thomas Polak III, Kayla Pritchard, Savannah Radogna, Geoffrey Reed, Shay Reed, Kayla Reifinger, Shaun Reily, Izabella Repasch, Qyshira Rivers, Jason Rodenbach Jr., Edgardo Rodriguez, Katherine Ross, Lucas Rover, Dylan Rumfield, Christopher Salvaggio, Daniela Sanchez, Sarah Savant, Cleona Scarborough, Michael Schrantz, Haley Schulte, Elizabeth Seipp, Sabrina Semo, Tina Serra, Emylee Servedio, Kyle Sheasley, Grace Singer, Jennifer Sinko, Jillian Sinko, Gunnar Smith, Ryan Smith, William Smith, Joshua Snead, Karly Souders, Allyson Starr, Madison Stump, Joy Sulewski, Timothy Surovi, Joel Tanis, Jacob Thatcher, Malik Thomas, Ian Thompson, Alyssa Trudniak, Hanna VanNorman, Robelyn Vega Mercado, Drew Wagner, Mackenzee Warnke, Skylar Warrelmann, Molly Wean, Kent Weaver, Darius Wilkins, Brittany Yeahl, Alexandra Youse, Konstandinos Zaharakis, Dylon Ziegler, Brendan Zimmerli, Cody Zrinski

GRADUATION PHOTOS BY CHRIS CHRISTIAN

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About Josh Popichak
Josh Popichak

Josh Popichak is a journalist and publisher who is passionate about providing an open online platform and advocating for independent, local news. He has covered news--first in print, later online--in the Saucon Valley area of eastern Pennsylvania since 2005. In addition to writing extensively about local issues, he uses Facebook, Instagram and other social media to help personalize and broaden awareness of topics affecting the communities he covers. He also manages the Facebook pages for several local businesses as part of his business, Saucon Source LLC. He is a 1999 graduate of Bates College, where he was a history major and arts editor for the student newspaper.

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