Graduates, you may be missing the traditional graduation cap and gown this year, along with marching down in front of family and friends. But this is still an important step in your continual growth and success in life.

We are happy for you and wish you God’s best as you continue your education—either in a more challenging classroom or in a life of service to others in career and family.

May God be with you as you continue to develop, grow and set new challenging goals.


Alex Kurts

Bachelor of Arts, Film
Pacific Union College


Marie Ricablanca

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Western Governors University
"My only future goals are to continue becoming a better nurse for my patients and their family."


Andrei Paypa

High School Diploma
Armona Union Academy
Will begin nursing studies at Pacific Union College


Mylie Strohbin

High School Diploma
Butterfield Charter School
She wants to be a youth therapist.


Madison Wilcox

High School Diploma
Eleanor Roosevelt Community Learning Center
Going to SOULS West for next two years and following that to Southern.


Colton Serrano

High School Diploma
Stathmore High School
Planning on college next year.


Jonathan O’Neil

Junior High Diploma
Burton Middle School<
He wants to go to Monache High School and then to college. He wants to design games.


Audrey Strohbin

Junior High Diploma
Sequoia Middle School
She will be attending Monache high school. She is thinking about becoming a veterinarian, a nurse or a beautician.


Hannah Speer

Junior High Diploma
Sierra View Junior Academy