M’ville graduations start Tuesday

MARYSVILLE – Hundreds of seniors at Marysville high schools will be heading off to their futures after graduations this week.

Heritage High School’s is June 13 in the Francis Sheldon Gym from 6-9 p.m.

The two biggest local high schools will graduate their seniors June 14, both at Xfinity Arena in Everett.

Marysville-Pilchuck will have its ceremony at 4 p.m., while Marysville Getchell will follow that at 7:30 p.m.

Mountain View’s will start at 4:30 p.m., and Arts and Technology will follow at 7 p.m. June 15.


At graduation, the school’s concert band will perform the Processional, followed by the Presentation of the Colors by the Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps.

Following Principal Rob Lowry’s welcome, Loren Anderson and Sheridan Hedman will give the valedictorian speeches. Annalesse Zamudio will provide a student reflection speech, followed by student Hannah Reams performing, “I’ll Always Remember You.” Lauren Ghosn will give another student reflection speech, followed by a talk from Class President Griffin Hubbert, who will later lead the Turning of the Tassels.

Superintendent Becky Berg, Lowry and others will present the diplomas. The event will be topped off with the Recessional by the M-P Drum Line.


About 380 seniors will graduate from MG.

Benedict Banay is the valedictorian from the Academy of Construction and Engineering, which has 71 graduates.

Cameron Coe holds the same spot for Bio Medical Academy, with 104 grads.

William Cozart leads the School for the Entrepreneur’s 93 graduates. And Ryan Husseman is the valedictorian for the International School of Communication and its 111 grads.

All but Ryan will speak at the ceremony.

The Senior Officers are Jadyn Noriega, Danielle Daguisan and Lester Flores.

And Mallory Ford will be the student speaker.

Micah Adriano will sing the National Anthem and later be accompanied by David Do for “The Climb.” Other music will be Elizabeth Price, accompanied by Ammon Shurtz, with “Rivers and Roads.”

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