MHS Class of 2019 Offered Scholarships

MHS Class of 2019 Offered over $11 million in Scholarships
Posted on 06/14/2019

MHS Class of 2019 Offered over $11 million in Scholarships On May 19, 871 students graduated from William Mason High School during the school's 133rd commencement ceremony held at the Cintas Center.

Eighty-nine percent of the class will attend college in the fall, and 300 students received over $11 million in academic, arts and/or athletic scholarships and awards. There were 25 National Merit Finalists, 29 National Merit Commended Scholars, 4 Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars, 341 summa cum laude graduates105 magna cum laude graduates83 cum laude graduates351 students who received Ohio’s Honors Diploma, and 20 students who received Ohio's biliteracy seal.

School Board President Matt Steele, made welcoming remarks and Superintendent Jonathan Cooper encouraged students to take time to thank the people who have been part of their journey. MHS Learning Center teacher Jim Fox was chosen by the Class of 2019 to deliver the Faculty Address. His inspiring remarks included one more "roller coaster" for the Class of 2019.

Student Body President Ari Parshionikar and senior class officers Amanthi Ranantunga, president, Lina Itenberg, vice-president, Jordan Loewe, secretary, and Madisen Bangs, treasurer, provided an overview of their class achievements. Valedictorian Jenny Hong also addressed her classmates. Board members Steele, Courtney Allen, Charles Galvin, Kevin Wise, and Connie Yingling presented diplomas. The Mason High School Wind Symphony played "Celebration Overture" and “Fanfare and Recessional,” and the senior choral ensemble sang “I Lived."

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