It is the extreme pleasure of the Enterprise to congratulate the Wellington High School Class of 2017. We have watched the graduates grow up and wish them the best as, now adults, they enter a new and sometimes terrifying phase of life. It is our sincere wish that the newly-minted alumni find only peace, happiness, and success. These photos are our send-off present to you — remember what it means to be Dukes!
Paul Stawicki, Billy McCraw, and Gabe McGuire hang out in the cafeteria prior to Sunday’s commencement ceremony.
Nick Fox, Trey Bealer, Jeremy Alspach, Max Carevic, and Josh Kindel.
Miranda McDonnell, June Rauscher, Alicia Wright, and Bailey Wise.
Who’s ready for a selfie? It’s Danielle Howard, Jessica Pasadyn, Avery Sorge, Gabrielle Howard, and Alecia Simonson.
Rachel Greene, Emma Marsh, and Julian McKenzie.
Alecia Simonson, Erin Shibley, and Colton Shelton.
Whitney Cole is among the first to accept her diploma, taking it from school board member Ayers Ratliff.
The Wellington Schools administrative team gears up to perform ceremonial honors at the 142nd commencement.
With a flower in hand, Erin Shibley smiles for the cameras during commencement.
An excited Maxwell Mohrman picks up his graduation papers and zips off the stage, a smile wide across his face.
Joshua Kindel shakes hands with school board member Kevin Stump.
Shane Teter accepts his diploma from board of education member Dan Rosecrans.
Cheers go up for Russell Esterly as he crosses the stage.
Bailey Wise, diploma in hand, shares a handshake with school board president Sally Stewart.
Members of the Wellington High School band play the ceremonial graduation march.
Shelby Beck receives her diploma from board of education member Brett Murner.
Graduate Megann Rosecrans shares a fist bump with her father, Wellington board of education member Dan Rosecrans, as she crosses the stage.