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Penn High School seniors in the spotlight on Senior Recognition Night

Penn High School and Principal Steve Hope honored the Class of 2016 on Senior Recognition Night on May 10, 2016.

Boasting 850 graduating seniors, Penn’s Class of 2016 showcased remarkable academic success, earning a combined value of college scholarships exceeding $9 million!!!

With 16 Valedictorians, more than half of the graduating class – 432 seniors – earned Academic Honors Diplomas, and 72 are receiving Technical Honors Diplomas.

One-third of Penn’s graduates – 296 seniors – earned High Honors (a 3.5 grade-point average or higher).

The Class of 2016 also achieved nine National Merit Finalists.

The Penn Senior Class of 2016 selected Brooke Conrady as the Kingsman of the Year! Awarded annually since 1970, the Kingsman of the Year Award is the highest form of respect classmates can show to a leader in their class. Conrady is a member of Penn’s Health & Human Services Academy. She will continue her education at Indiana University. 

Camden Bohn, who will be attending Harvard University to study medicine, was named the winner of the Schmucker outstanding student award, as voted on by the Penn faculty.

Graduation will take place on Friday, May 27, at the University of Notre Dame’s Purcell Pavilion.


►Click here for the entire list of Senior Awards.