LSMSA celebrates 33rd graduating class

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One hundred and four seniors comprised the 33rd graduating class of LSMSA at its commencement ceremony May 20.

“We are here to make this a truly memorable day so that you can look on the accomplishments the day celebrates with pride and appreciation,” said Dr. Steve Horton, executive director.

Jay Dardenne, commissioner of the Division of Administration for the state of Louisiana, gave the commencement address.

Graduating seniors were:
Acadia Parish – Bryce Istre of Egan, Constance Schaefer of Morse and Johnneisha White of Church Point
Allen Parish – Luis Ortiz of Oberlin and Kori Williamson of Reeves
Ascension Parish – Ian Sager of Geismar, Brady Wilson of Prairieville and Gabrielle Yoes-Favrot of Gonzales
Avoyelles Parish – MyChel Robinson of Mansura
Beauregard Parish – Macie White of Merryville
Bienville Parish – Kodie Garza of Ringgold
Bossier Parish – Charles Chapman of Haughton, Kamryn Chauncy and Lauren Tuggle, both of Benton, and Kat Frost, Kelsey Meshell, Tamika Simpson and Kira Yeates, all of Bossier City
Caddo Parish – Gavin Jones and Ryan Scott, both of Shreveport
Calcasieu Parish – Kennedy Ellender of Westlake, Christian Hairr of Sulphur, and Varun Amin, Ludwig Colimon, Mia Grichendler, Brendan Nalbone, Samantha Neubauer, Aagrika Neupane, Sterling Trafford and Gabby Tramonte, all of Lake Charles
East Baton Rouge Parish – Karly Brown, Lewis Johnson, Luc Kharey, Shona McCullough, Ross Stephens, Stephen Watson and Mathew Weick, all of Baton Rouge
Evangeline Parish – Beth Fontenot and Bethany Jenkins, both of Ville Platte
Iberia Parish – Amanda Borel, Triniti Bulliard and Marissa Ramsey, all of New Iberia
Iberville Parish – Lindsay Michelle of Plaquemine
Jefferson Parish – Jordan Booth of River Ridge, Camille Loy of Terrytown, and Allison Walters and Madi Weakley, both of Metairie
Lafayette Parish – Shrey Mishra and Heather Soileau, both of Lafayette
Lafourche Parish – Tierney Dardar of Galliano and Tyler Cenac and Gwyneth Engeron, both of Houma
Livingston Parish – Christina Barrileaux and Alexandria-Dawn Fuselier, both of Walker, and Abbie Boudreaux, Marcos Cecchini, Alaina Davis, Karleigh Gwyn, Genesis Lambert, Halle Mahfouz, Courtney Sanders and Carrie Thomas, all of Denham Springs
Natchitoches Parish – Vi Kinney, Elizabeth Long, Michael Mayeux, Kabir Shah and Adriana Walker, all of Natchitoches
Orleans Parish – Grace Yuan of New Orleans
Ouachita Parish – Milan Arpino and Elizabeth Gill, both of Monroe, and Larke Tyler of Calhoun
Rapides Parish – Isaiah Benavides of Alexandria, Sidney Paulk of Deville and Cheyanne Rogers of Pineville
St. Charles Parish – Annemarie Picolo of Destrehan
St. John the Baptist – Janie Bourgeois of LaPlace
St. Landry Parish – Alexis Angelle of Arnaudville and Zoe Matt of Washington
St. Martin Parish – Andrew Hebert and Lucy Rhymes, both of Breaux Bridge, and Tori Laviolette of St. Martinville
St. Mary Parish – Maya Bochas of Morgan City and Parker Felterman and Mason Rutledge, both of Patterson
St. Tammany Parish – Ben Bordelon, Grace Dumdaw and Annie Noel, all of Mandeville, Alexis Cambridge, Rachel Mendoza and Kori Reine, all of Slidell, Lenora Davis and Victoria Frabbiele, both of Covington, and Rory Marziale of Bush,
Tangipahoa Parish – Sierra Bailey and Corey King, both of Hammond
Vermillion Parish – Matthew Olivier of Abbeville
Vernon Parish – Malak Alammar, Joshua Ballagh and Alastair Dunn, all of Leesville, and Brandon Tibbetts of Anacoco
Washington Parish – Veronica Jimenez of Bogalusa
West Baton Rouge Parish – Chance Foret of Addis
West Feliciana Parish – Claire Leming of St. Francisville
Winn Parish – Jared Hulsey of Dodson

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One thought on “LSMSA celebrates 33rd graduating class

  1. Congratulations to all the graduating seniors, and their parents who have helped see them through the experience of living away from home in a highly demanding academic environment! LSMSA does a excellent job preparing the students for the challenges ahead. And, most important, Natchitoches is very fortunate to have the Louisiana School as an important part of this community.

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