EHS Class of 2021 valedictorian, salutatorian announced

The top students from the Class of 2021 for Enterprise High School are, seated, from left, Emily Katherine Littel, Valedictorian Jaeeun Ha, Salutatorian Grace Olivia Heim and Madilyn Michelle Webb. Standing, from left, are Brian Lewis Johnson, Jacob Brent Snider, Rachel Judy McCarty, Alaura Maye de Hoyos, Sophie Julia Maria Hop, Ethan Jacob Kimball, Cadis Matthew Ammons and Ronak Rajeshkumar Patel.

Enterprise High School is providing a live stream of the graduation ceremony on Thursday, May 27, at 9 a.m. for all of those who are unable to attend.

Please log-in to the following link to access the event.  This link will also be accessible on the EHS Facebook:

https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/enterprise-high-school-enterprise-al/evt426b889699

Enterprise High School will celebrate commencement exercises on Thursday, May 27 beginning at 9 a.m. in Wildcat Stadium. Gates will open at 8 a.m. and a ticket from a graduating senior is required for entry.

The Class of 2021 will graduate around 462 seniors. This year’s valedictorian is Jaeeun Ha and Grace Olivia Heim is the salutatorian. The Top 10 students in the class are Cadis Matthew Ammons, Alaura Maye de Hoyos, Sophie Julia Maria Hop, Brian Lewis Johnson, Ethan Jacob Kimball, Emily Katherine Littel, Rachel Judy McCarty, Ronak Rajeshkumar Patel, Jacob Brent Snider and Madilyn Michelle Webb.

Shuttle service will be provided from Bates Memorial Stadium in an effort to reduce traffic congestion and long waiting times for exiting the ceremonies. Graduating seniors, band members and Wildcat Representatives participating in the ceremony are required to park at Bates or have a parent, family member or friend drop them off on campus between 7 and 8 a.m.

Students who drive will be asked to park at Bates Memorial Stadium and take the shuttle service to the Competition Gym.  All seniors participating in the graduation ceremony are required to be in the EHS Competition Gym no later than 7:30 a.m.  Security will be provided at Bates Memorial Stadium for those parking and riding the shuttle.

The shuttle will run every 15 minutes from 7 to 9 a.m. for students and family members attending the graduation ceremony. Shuttle service will also be available at the conclusion of the ceremony for one hour.

Parking spaces are limited on the EHS campus and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Carpooling is strongly encouraged. There is no parking on restricted areas, such as the grass practice fields. The area in front of the EHS academic building is the only grass area that is allowed for parking. Handicap parking is in front of the stadium with a proper handicap placard required for handicap parking.

No artificial noisemakers will be allowed in the stadium. Please respect all individuals by allowing them the opportunity to hear their child’s name called in the ceremony. Balloons are limited. Please put them down in front of you so that they do not block the view of the people behind you.

No alcoholic beverages and no smoking is allowed on campus. Do not sit or stand in stairways and walkways. Standing in areas that obstruct pedestrian traffic is prohibited. No coolers, backpacks or other packages are allowed in the stadium as well as stereos or other electronic devices which may disturb others in attendance.

No visitors including parents, family or friends will be allowed on the field at any time. Visitors may meet with the graduates following the ceremony on the football practice fields. Masks are optional.

See next week’s Sun for more on the 2021 EHS graduation ceremonies.

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