Congratulations, Addison High School Class of 2019!

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(Left to right) Front row: Valedictorian Emily Seymore, Class President Mattie Womack, Salutatorian Destiny Walker and (seated-Taylor Aldridge); second row: Jaden Blackwood, Samantha Brannon, Tess Alvis, Brieanna Ory, Lauren White, Natalie Jefferson, Sarah Parris, Kailee Hill, Julianna Plaza, Maria Morales and Alexis Engle; third row: Isaac Lancaster, Lydia Lynn, Gage Gilliland, Connor Herald, Hayden Ray, Corey Robins, Garrett Wood, Haleigh Holland, Katelyne Walker, Kaylee Bartlett, ShiRee Lapeyrouse; fourth row: Kade Thompkins, Alayna Darty, Kellie Miller, Hayley Clinton, John Naylor, Trace Thompson, Chris Thies, Jada Moore, Amber Foster and Morgan Boyd; fifth row: Chandi Netherton, Colby York, Chase Gilliland, Noah Townsend, Zayne Guthrie, Howie Watson, Katie Pigg and Asia Millwood; sixth row: Jacob Hann, Taylor Porter, Olivia Byrams, Hunter Warren, Hayden Lee, Mark Harrington, Ethan Smith and Zeb Cutcher

ADDISON, Ala. – Addison High School will its graduation ceremony for the Class of 2019 Thursday, May 23 at 8 p.m. inside A.G. Hicks Stadium.

Principal Micah Smothers shared a statement regarding this year’s graduating class: “Congratulations to the Addison High School graduating Class of 2019. As a principal, it is always bittersweet to see a group graduate. I hate to see you leave, at least most of you, to continue the next chapter in your life, but I also look forward to seeing you become a productive citizen and start your own family. My advice is to do your best to enjoy life, to make good decisions, and to always seek God’s will in all that you do. You follow those three statements, and you will be successful in all of your endeavors. Thank you all for allowing me to be your principal and always remember, my door is always open if you need anything. I love all of you; you will all be missed, and you can never be replaced.”

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Emily Seymore- valedictorian and Destiny Walker-salutatorian
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Nick Griffin

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