The class of 2019 heading on to bigger, better things..

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The class of 2019 heading on to bigger, better things..

Collage of the Class of 2019, created by Alexis Miller, photographed by Angie Heckman

Collage of the Class of 2019, created by Alexis Miller, photographed by Angie Heckman

Collage of the Class of 2019, created by Alexis Miller, photographed by Angie Heckman

Collage of the Class of 2019, created by Alexis Miller, photographed by Angie Heckman

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As the end of the school year is approaching, many Sartell High School seniors have plans for their new journey ahead. Whether they plan on attending a university in the fall, a community college, or simply taking a year off. The class of 2019 has graduated on to bigger and better things! Every student has a different path they are following to help them succeed and better their future.

Many students were surveyed to see what they decided to do with their future.

Will you be furthering your education next fall or taking a year off?

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St. Cloud State University

Kaitlin Koch – Elementary Education

Savannah Dyer – Dental Hygienist

Derrick Olsen – Undecided

Noah O’Hotto – Engineering

Hunter O’Hotto –  Biology/Chemistry

Minnie Czech – Atmospheric Sciences

Colin Christiansen – Mechanical Engineering

University of Minnesota – Twin Cities

Brinn Akervik – Undecided

Juliana Reitz – Elementary Education

Emma Rasmussen – Undecided

Nick Buiceag-Arama – Biology

Katelyn Peterson – Biochem

Bemidji State

Tyler Work – Pre PA program

Marissa Martins – Elementary Education and Psychology

Jack Hammerel – Marketing

Noah Gaffy – Wildlife Biology

McKenna Rohe – Special Education

Mankato State University

Maddux Hagy – Undecided

Reese Schwarzentraub – Communications

Jake Mumm – Automotive Engineering

Grace Rasmussen – Elementary Education

St. Cloud Technical & Community College

Emily Anderson – Human Services

Colin O’Leary – Business

Gage Vierzba – Automotives

David Plemel – Automotives

Saint John’s University

Adam Magarian – Communications and Sports Management

Nate Stoebe – Nursing

Luther College

Ben Kiewel – Biology

University of St. Thomas

Emily Callan – Undecided

Out of State

University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire

Danyelle Yoerg – Communication Sciences and Disorders

Jordan Mareck – Education

Alexis Miller – Music Education

San Diego State University

Kalley Vande Vrede

University of North Dakota

Zach Harren – Marketing

Arizona State University

Courtney Kosloski – Communications

Montana State University

Saylor Voss – Nursing

Carlie Hansen – Business

Mac Perry – Health Administration

Northland Technical and Community College

Brody O’Hara – Heating and Plumbing

Armed Services

Jack Wenshau – Army Airborne

Mitchell Marthaler – Military

Graduation is not the end; it’s the beginning.”

— Senator Orrin Hatch

 

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