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Ethan StrongAssistant Editor

Saluting Seniors: Snapshots Of Success


Being a part of the first graduating class of Davis Aerospace and Maritime is a weird and humbling experience, because we will be the class that is the first, the beginners and the innovators of this school and school district.

We will be influencers on this school forever, and we will be immortalized as the first and the best class of Davis Aerospace and Maritime High School. As the seniors are preparing for the rigors of applying to college and getting the last fun out of high school, we wish that the underclassmen and women uphold the standard that we set for this school.

Dennia White, another member of the first graduating class, said: “I just can’t wait to get out of school...It’s cool to be the first, but I will be the first to leave out the door on graduation day.”

Be sure to check back soon for more on what Dennia and other seniors plan to do after graduation. If you would like to be part of our Senior Series, fill out the following form.

Sophomores Alanna Ortiz, Allissa Bonnell, Miracle Hughes-Carmichael, Victoria Tellez, Litzi Baez, and Daniel Figueroa, have been accepted into Minds Matter, a local non-profit that will help prepare them for college success.

According to the organization's website, Minds Matter Cleveland is a non-profit organization working to overcome the education gap that holds back high-performing, low-income high school students.

Minds Matter Cleveland is a chapter of the national Minds Matter organization. The organization was founded in New York City in 1991.