Scriber Lake High graduates 48 Wednesday night

Graduating senior Monica Burdick opened the 2014 Scriber Lake High School commencement program by singing The Star Spangled Banner.

Graduating senior Monica Burdick opened the 2014 Scriber Lake High School commencement program by singing The Star Spangled Banner.

From Larry Vogel, photos of the 2014 Scriber Lake High School commencement, held Wednesday, June 11 in the school gymnasium. You can also watch a video of a student commencement address on My Edmonds News TV here.

Here’s the list of those who graduated, taken directly from the program:

Scriber program

Dr. Nick Brossoit, Edmonds School District Superintendent, assisted in handing out diplomas.  Here he presents a diploma to Kallah Lynea Hill.

Dr. Nick Brossoit, Edmonds School District Superintendent, assisted in handing out diplomas. Here he presents a diploma to Kallah Lynea Hill.

The Scriber Lake High School graduating class listens to speakers as they prepare to receive their diplomas.

The Scriber Lake High School graduating class listens to speakers as they prepare to receive their diplomas.

Scriber Principal Kathy Clift congratulated the graduating seniors, noting that this year's class size, 48 graduates, is the largest in her tenure as principal.

Scriber Principal Kathy Clift congratulated the graduating seniors, noting that this year’s class size, 48 graduates, is the largest in her tenure as principal.

 Eighteen scholarships were awarded to graduating seniors, totaling $38,125. Here Dorothy Stansberry of the Edmonds Public School Association presents one of these to graduating senior Ciera Reed.

Eighteen scholarships were awarded to graduating seniors, totaling $38,125. Here Dorothy Stansberry of the Edmonds Public School Association presents one of these to graduating senior Ciera Reed.

No, you're not seeing double.  Among the 2014 Scriber graduates were twin sisters Kallah Lynea Hill and Tarah Lynn Hill.

No, you’re not seeing double. Among the 2014 Scriber graduates were twin sisters Kallah Lynea Hill and Tarah Lynn Hill.

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