Graduating Seniors from St. John Paul II High School

So proud of our local graduates...

 

St. John Paul II High School has released the list of their 2019 graduates:

Patrick Armstrong West Barnstable
Kylie Aubry Sandwich
Luke Bagley Dennisport/West Dennis
Skyler Bradley Sandwich
Christopher Bresnahan Marstons Mills
Margaret Buckley East Sandwich
Victoria Butler Buzzards Bay
Skyler Callahan Plymouth
Andrew Cassidy West Yarmouth
Julia Cavanaugh Forestdale
Nicholas Chan East Sandwich
Megan Clifford Bourne
Christian Cotton Mashpee
Christopher Crahan South Yarmouth
Will Delman East Sandwich
Gabrielle Doe Centerville
Robert Dwyer Yarmouth Port
Anna Fenuccio West Barnstable
Kevin Flynn Buzzards Bay
William Good North Falmouth
John Greer East Sandwich
Delaney Halliday West Barnstable
Colin Hatton Sagamore Beach
Zachary Herold Forestdale
Ashlinn Hoffmeister Pocasset
Daniel Hufnagle Centerville
Brian Hyde Mashpee
Jesse Judd Wareham
Darren Katziff East Falmouth
Molly Keating Sandwich
Kathryn Keir-Ferguson East Sandwich
Emma Kelly East Falmouth
William Kelly Hyannis
Henry Klimm East Sandwich
Peter Langley Mashpee
Isabelle LeBoeuf North Falmouth
Zhengde Jony Liu Hyannis
Keith Markoski Cotuit
Daniel Maurice Monument Beach
Zimu David Meng Hyannis
Olivia Michaud East Sandwich
Julia Milczanowski Marstons Mills
Michael Mitchell Cotuit
Ethan Mulcahy East Falmouth
Celine Naoum West Yarmouth
Alexa Paige Yarmouth Port
Daniel Paige Yarmouth Port
Yuzhe Frank Peng Pocasset
Killian Powell Sandwich
Jared Quast West Barnstable
Jack Richards East Sandwich
Xinyi Lucy Ruan East Falmouth
Connor Sargent Osterville
Michael Satkevich Bourne
Connor Sherwood East Falmouth
Yutong Belinda Shi East Falmouth
Ashleigh Smith East Falmouth
Katherine St. Jean East Sandwich
Daniel Steidel Harwich
Haley Sullivan Plymouth
Michael Valerio Centerville
Bethany Veno Bourne
Lauren Walsh Osterville
Yubo Lambert Wang Pocasset
Wenlan Bella Wang Sandwich
Margaret Weber Centerville
Jenna Williams Barnstable
Madelyn Wojciechowski East Sandwich
Yuhan Ellen Zhang South Yarmouth

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