More than 700 Winter Park High School graduates walked across the CFE Arena stage Tuesday night, with 31 valedictorians. The class of 2017 shared hugs and words of wisdom with each other.
More than 700 Winter Park High School graduates walked across the CFE Arena stage Tuesday night, with 31 valedictorians. The class of 2017 wildcats was a distinguished bunch, Principal Timothy Smith said, with the following accomplishments:
“seven national merit scholars, one national merit corporal scholar, 90 candidates for an international baccalaureate diploma, 120 National Honor Society members and 28 ‘super scholar’ awards for admission into a top 20 university or military academy … 1,250 students took a total of 2,900 AP exams this school year, and $22.8 million was offered to Winter Park High School 2017 graduates. 49 graduates are enlisting in the U.S. military, 92 percent of graduates plans to attend a four-year university or community college.” The 2017 class excelled in athletics, its ROTC program and performance art this school year, as well.