Enterprise High School has announced it’s valedictorian, salutatorian and Top 10 honor students, as well as detailed plans for the graduation ceremony.
EHS seniors Alison Best and Daphne Rivera were named EHS valedictorians and Ashley-Sinclair Curtis was named salutatorian.
The Top 10 for EHS is made up of Mira Barnes, Eleanor Covington, Roshan Dahale, Benjamin de Hoyos IV, Christina Haken, Crager Hester, Samantha Kepple, Tess McNeal, Zada Metz and Thomas Reynolds.
“Enterprise High School is proud to announce the Class of 2020 valedictorians, salutatorian and Top 10 students (in alphabetical order),” EHS said in a statement. “These students have the highest weighted grade point average for the (EHS) Class of 2020.”
Honors seniors also include Leila Araghi, Viktoria Barber, Jeff Edward Bell, Joanna Blanco, Ashley Chapman, Kearston Clancy, Ashley Clark, Avery Cook, Victoria Cote, Margaret Coyle, Jackson Darlington, Jonathan Denham, Aaron Druilhet, Morgan Fisher, Gabriel Fontanella, Logan Fulford, Jonathan Gilbert, Danielle Holley, Autumn Jones, Landrey Kelder, Anne Light, Jaide Lockhart, Alyxandra Lucero, Amber Mayse, Ashley Mayse, Brycen Miller, Kylie Moczynski, Cristina Muhonen, Morgan Murner, Kaitlynn Nicholson, Suneet Sharma Jr., Sophia Thompson, Erica Torres, Bryson Vasilevich, Alondra Vega, Anthony Venezia, Annabelle Warner and Matthew Waters.
Each EHS graduate will be receiving six tickets for guests to enter Wildcat Stadium on May 21. Guests must show their ticket at the gate to enter.
Students and guests must park in the Red Lot and enter at the ticket booth at the top of Red Lot. EHS is asking that one vehicle per family be used but two vehicles will be allowed. Gates will open 45 minutes prior to the ceremony and students are requested to be there at that time.
Students will be separated from their families once entering the stadium and families will head to the home bleachers, while students walk towards the visitor side.
Any students that show up after the ceremony begins will not be allowed to participate. Specific times for each student are listed on the EHS Facebook page, website and will be posted at the front doors at EHS.
There will be four separate ceremonies featuring 125 seniors each. These ceremonies will be at 8 a.m., 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Valedictorians and salutatorian will give their speeches during the 8 a.m. ceremony and their recorded speeches will be played on the Jumbotron for the other seniors during the 11 a.m., 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. ceremonies.
Absolutely no guests will be allowed to go on to the field after each ceremony and will be asked to exit the stands and get back into their vehicles shortly after each ceremony has ended.
Graduates will be directed to a location following their ceremony to collect their final report cards and diplomas. After getting those items, students will exit the stadium and walk towards their cars to leave. EHS is asking that guests and students be mindful of the ceremony preceding theirs and leave in a timely fashion as the school will need as much time as possible between ceremonies to set up.
EHS seniors will be able to pick up guest tickets on May 18 and 19 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. each day. Non school age children do not need a guest ticket to attend. All seating in Wildcat Stadium will be first come, first serve and parking spots behind the end zone will be for handicapped parking only. The chairs at the top of the lower section of the home side are for handicapped patrons only, as well.
The dress code for male graduates is dark slacks, dress shoes and short-sleeve polo shirts will also be allowed. The dress code for female graduates is either a dress or business-style pants suits along with low heel shoes or flats. High heels or high platform shoes are discouraged.
All ceremonies will be streamed on Facebook and it will also be filmed professionally and made available for purchase on DVD.