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North Hills High School graduation

North Hills Christian School will hold a commencement ceremony for the 2011 graduating class on June 10 at 7 p.m. in the schoolís Helen Kelley Smith Gymnasium.
The Rev. William K. Adams will address the graduates. Adams serves on the school board. He served as president of the school board for 10 years while he was pastor of North Hills Presbyterian Church.
The following students have been selected to serve as junior marshals based on their cumulative grade point averages: McKamie Harrison and Carson Mann.
North Hills is a co-educational, college-preparatory, private Christian day school serving 320 students enrolled in preschool through 12th grade. This yearís graduating class has received a total of $88,000 in merit-based scholarships.
Each graduate completed at least 160 hours of community service hours during his or her high school years. The class raised funds to travel to Denver, Colo., for their senior trip.
Caley Ann Boggs, valedictorian, has been accepted to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington where she plans to pursue an undergraduate degree in accounting. After her undergraduate studies, she plans to pursue a masterís degree in accounting and a law degree.
Mary Lindsaye Boyd, salutatorian, plans to attend Pfeiffer University and then transfer to Regent University to pursue a communications degree. In addition, she plans to pursue a law degree.
Laura Elizabeth Butner plans to attend the University of North Carolina Greensboro to pursue a degree in nursing.
Savannah Katherine Daniel will attend the University of North Carolina at Greensboro to pursue an undergraduate degree in elementary education and later a masterís in elementary education.
Trent Patrick Gobble plans to pursue a degree in law enforcement.
Sa-Rang Park, an exchange student from Korea, plans to pursue an undergraduate and a masterís degree in either the United States or Korea.
The baccalaureate ceremony will be held today at 7 p.m. in the schoolís media center. Former North Hills Head of School Carolyn Barker will address the graduates.

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