Commencement 2018 Congratulations to the Addison High School Class Of 2018! | The Cullman Tribune

Commencement 2018

Congratulations to the Addison High School Class Of 2018!

Row one: Oakley Gilbreath-valedictorian, Ben Robinson-class president and Emee Baldwin- salutatorian
Row two: Sarah Wilson, Payton Yarbrough, Josie Womack, Hannah Mertens, Julie Hatcher, Katlyn Anders, Cecilee Gaither, Felicia Warren and Gaea Hood
Row three: Jake Blackburn, Tyler Borden, Cayden Hayes, Bryant Ridgeway, Braxton Preuitt, Allie Townsend, McKenzie Berry, Laken Tyree, Brianna Chandler, Kendra Tyree and Gracie Herald Row four: Amanda Erb, Chloe Lee, Trystyn Barnett, Savannah Blakely, Karli Bartlett, Hannah Oliver, Blake Maze, Sheila Miller, Lilly Schmalfeldt and Breanne Laseter
Row five: Abbie Chambless, Allie Chambless, Caleb Ergle, Justin Cain, Rodney Hatcher, Gabe Alexander, Kody Benton, Destiny Wilkerson and Katelyn Simmons
Row six: Jackson Carroll, Zach Fricks, Reilly Butler, Christian Baker and Joseph Miller
(Bill Miller Photography)

Congratulations to the Addison High School Class Of 2018!

Graduation is Tuesday, May 22, 2018, at 8 p.m. at AG Hicks Stadium.

The Addison High School class of 2018 has been one the most successful classes to ever walk the halls of Addison High School. They have displayed success in the classroom, as well as in all extracurricular activities. They have received, as a class, almost $600,000 in scholarships in academics and athletics to two-year colleges and four-year universities. They have had several students score 30 or above on the ACT, been very competitive in scholars’ bowl and placed in the state robotics competition. In athletics they have been a part of five straight state volleyball championships and consecutive semi-final and quarter-final playoff appearances in football.
“I cannot wait to see what this class accomplishes after high school and the difference they can and will make in society. I will continue to pray for this class as they go out into the world and embark on what I hope is a successful journey through life. Thank you for the great memories we have shared and know that my doors will always open to you if there is anything you need.”
 Micah Smothers, principal, Addison High School

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