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86 Graduates Receive Diplomas at Shelbyville High School Graduation Saturday Night



It was a packed gym at Shelbyville High School Saturday night, when some 86 graduates were given their diploma in the annual Commencement, which was broadcast live on Cruisin' 98-point-3 WSVZ.




The graduates entered the gym while the Shelbyville High School Band performed the traditional "Pomp and Circumstance", with invocation then offered by Michael Tomlin.  



S-H-S principal Kyle Ladd welcomed the public and graduating seniors to the event, and Superintendent Shane Schuricht then announced this school year's Students of the Month, with the Student of the Year honor—selected by the Regional Office of Education—going to senior Emma Houska, who also gave the salutatorian speech.

In it, Houska told the gathering about the great memories.



Shelbyville senior Emma Congenie gave the valedictorian speech, telling those in attendance the class has grown the past 4 years.



Ladd then presented the 86 diplomas, Ella Tynan gave the benediction, and the Shelbyville High School Band played the recessional as the Graduating Class of 2022 left the high school gym for the last time.

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