Pattonville High School held its 86th annual commencement on May 26 and had 423 students graduate in the Class of 2022.
- 88% plan on continuing their education at four-year universities, two-year colleges or career/technical/
- 5 students have enlisted in the military
- 153 earned the honors of summa, magna or cum laude (3.5 weighted GPA or greater)
- 74 earned A+ status, which makes them eligible for paid tuition to any Missouri community college or career education school
- 52 students earned industry-recognized credentials or certifications such as certified nurse assistant, 911 dispatching, education fundamentals, early childhood education, automotive service excellence, Boeing Pre-Employment Training and Serv-Safe certification
- Seniors earned $8.2 million in scholarships
- 12 qualified to receive Missouri’s Bright Flight Scholarship based on a qualifying score on the ACT
- Seniors completed more than 5,000 hours of community service during high school
- 20 earned community service honor cords for volunteering 150 hours or more
- Top three seniors for hours of community service: Top 3 seniors for service hours: Kalista Roades (570 hours), Deandre Westbrook III (544 hours) and Amaya Washington (520)
Senior speaker Bryant Ewing presented his speech titled "We Are Young" during the ceremony.
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