Paloma Valley High School Salutes 556 Class of 2014 Graduates

A Paloma Valley High School graduate celebrates after receiving his diploma Wednesday night.
Story and photos by Kristen Spoon

Members of the Paloma Valley High School class of 2014, numbering 556 graduates, celebrated the end of their high school years and participated in commencement ceremonies before a packed stadium Wednesday night.

The graduating class was presented by principal Don Williamson and accepted by Dr. Jonathan Greenberg, superintendent of the Perris Union High School District (left). Diplomas were presented by members of the district Board of Trustees. Menifee Mayor Scott Mann addressed the audience.

Students delivering addresses to their fellow graduates included Queen Kleo Denise Caoile, class valedictorian; and Julie Phan, salutatorian. ASB President Justin Doring directed graduates to "turn the tassel" at the conclusion of the ceremony.

Music for the ceremony was provided by the PVHS Band, under the direction of Pat Arnold.

Members of the graduating class of 2014 march onto the field at Paloma Valley High School.

Class valedictorian Queen Kleo Denise Caoile addresses graduates and guests.

Student-athlete and graduate R.J. Benz leaves the podium with his diploma.

The Paloma Valley High School band provided music for the ceremony.







1 Comments:

  1. Unfortunately it seems several graduates decided to drive around and turn off peoples circuit breakers at 3 am. Unfortunately they didn't seem to think that some people have required medical equipment at home. It's a shame that they would endanger so many innocent in the name of fun.

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