Carroll High School Class of 2018


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.


Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News

Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_ThrowingHats.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_Laughing.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_Hands.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_TrackRunner.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_Diploma2.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_Priest.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_Guitar.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_Tassel.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_Award.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_ThumbsUp.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_Diploma3.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_Communion.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.

Anna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.
https://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2018/05/web1_Smiling.jpgAnna Bolton | Greene County News Carroll High School seniors graduated May 18 at Fairmont Trent Arena in Kettering. The 54th class was made up of 153 graduates, receiving more than $13 million in scholarship awards; 96 percent will continue their education and 2 percent will enlist in the military. The program began with baccalaureate mass, presided by Rev. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, and continued with commencement, led by Principal Matthew Sableski. Salutatorians Andrew Barbaro and Peter Menart along with Valedictorians Quinn Retzloff and Maria Schlegel spoke.