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Graduation 2016: Rowan County Early College senior plans

Rowan County Early College held its graduation on May 20 at Carson High School auditorium. Academic student speakers were Jacob Blankenship, valedictorian, and Jennifer Ervin, salutatorian.

Dr. Eisa Cox gave the welcome and Principal David Miller also spoke to the graduating class of 51 students.

Junior marshals: Daniela Cardenas Ortiz, Cecilia Garduno Gonzalez, Dora Gonzalez, Estefany Jimenez Jacobo, Radha Patel and Kallia Yang.

Appalachian State University: Chandler Logan Carter, Brian Donado, Leah Meacham, Kayla Villezcas and Qiuping Zhang.

A&T State University: Essence Littlejohn.

Butler University: Janssen Keiger.

Cabarrus College of Health Sciences: Eureka Cadiente, Elvia Portillo-Lopez, Daist Sanchez-Diaz and Fatima Trujillo Reyes.

Campbell University: Destiny Morris-Roscoe.

Catawba College: Maria Delgado Tinajero, Janett Hernandez, Serena Musselwhite, Ariel Peoples and Yeimy Zelaya Jimenes.

East Carolina University: Jailene Aguilar Valdovinos, Jennifer Ervin, Kaylee Matthews and Hannah Myers.

Lenior-Rhyne University: Michelle Starliper.

Mitchell Community College: Victoria Safrit-Valley.

North Carolina State University: Erin Christner, Emerina Kelly and Lida Vang.

Pfeiffer University: Kayla Greene and Michael Lefler.

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College: Alfredo Alberto Lucio, Kayla Blackwell, Cindy Gutierrez, Liliana Jaramillo, Lisa Navarrete Herrera, Daniela Valdez Rodriquez, Adriana Villanueva Guerrero, Zanasia Wolfe and Michael Wood.

University of North Carolina-Asheville: Jacob Blankenship and Kendall Grumbles.

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Taryn Julianna Evans.

University of North Carolina-Charlotte: Aunika Allen, Luz Garzon Cruz, Marissa Goho, Marco Mercado and Zeenat Sabakada.

University of North Carolina-Pembroke: Jessica Hackworth.

University of North Carolina-Wilmington: Hanna Melchor.

Wingate University: Ivy Hewitt, Jordan Weber and Anna Wilson.

Workforce: Ryan Barbee.

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