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Culpeper High School’s Seniors are set to soar

Culpeper County's two public high schools held their graduations Friday evening and Saturday morning.

With close to 550 graduates, there were approximately 2,000 family members and friends that attended each ceremony.

It's a privilege for the Culpeper Times to share a few statistics.

Culpeper County High School
244 graduates
Top students (alphabetically):
Culpeper County High School – Rachel Bresnock, Michael Brooks, Christian Empeno, Katelyn Fernandi, Thomas Kohl, Joseph Kyle, Michael Ly, Brooke Malloy, Taylor Mattison, Stuart McDonald, Jasmin Mohn, Andrew Peters, Jocelyn Rathbone, Hilary Ratliff, Matthew Revis, Steven Roberts, Olivia Schiermeyer, Zachary Stull, Alexander ter Weele and Madeline Wheeler
Graduation speakers: Hillary Ratliff, Madeline Wheeler and Joseph Patrick Kyle
After graduation?
At CCHS, typically 70 percent of graduates continue to college, 21 percent go into the workforce, 9 percent go to a technical or trade school and 1 percent enter the military.

Eastern View High School
302 graduates
Top students (alphabetically):
Yazan Abutaleb, Anne Bennett, Destiny Douglas, Robert Dwyer, Shelby Edwards, Eddy Gomez, Malec Kennedy, Anne Lukow, John McDowell, Gwyneth McKenna, Hannah Mitchell, Dylan Platt, Anne Quetsch, Alexandra Ramey, William Tobin and Sandra Zuro
Graduation speakers: Malec Kennedy, Anne Marina “Nina” Lukow, Shelby Edwards and Jennifer Mello
After graduation?
At EVHS, typically 64 percent of graduates go on to college, 35 percent go into the workforce and 1 percent enter the military.

Statistics provided by the Culpeper County Public School Division.

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