“It’s not what happens, but what you do afterward that matters,” Principal Bryan Miller told nearly 100 seniors who crossed the stage at the Frank Erwin Center this afternoon to graduate from Eastside Memorial High School.
Graduates raised their Panther claws as they sang the Eastside Memorial school song and celebrated their success.
The Eastside Pantherettes won two First Place Team Awards and a Sweepstakes Trophy in national competition. At that same competition, Guadalupe Flores was a finalist in solo competition.
The boys soccer team made it to the first round of state competition for only the second time in school history.
The Jazz Band performed at City Hall, and Feb. 26, 2015, was declared Eastside Memorial High School Jazz Band Day.
Congratulations to the EMHS Class of 2015!
Editor's Note: The number of graduates was updated on June 25, 2015.