Panther Pride on Display for Eastside Memorial High School Graduation
More than 100 seniors crossed the stage at the Frank Erwin Center this afternoon to graduate from Eastside Memorial High School.
Ninety-three percent of graduates were accepted to and will be pursuing a post-secondary education.
For the second year in a row, EMHS was designated a No Place for Hate campus.
Students organized Spirit Week and Peace Week, and also for the second year organized Adopt-a-Kid, which places an elementary school student with an EMHS advisory class for one morning.
The entire senior class participated in Day of Service in the fall, volunteering either at a food bank or a senior citizens center.
The Pantherettes dance team advanced to the national competition this year, winning in the modern dance category and earning awards for outstanding showmanship and outstanding entertainment.
Congratulations to the EMHS Class of 2014!