County students graduate from Rice

SOUTH BURLINGTON — Rice Memorial High School in South Burlington, awarded high school diplomas to 110 graduating seniors during the school’s 59th commencement ceremonies on June 3, at Rice’s Bill Hammond Gymnasium. Of the 110 graduates, 92 percent will be pursuing higher education this fall, having been accepted into a total of 473 different colleges and universities. These graduates have cumulatively completed over 9,000 hours of community service over their four years at Rice and have won a total of 14 State Championships.
Addison County students were well represented at the graduation ceremonies by Beatrice Shlansky of Ferrisburgh, William Hatch of Leicester, Laurence Romain of Lincoln, Maryann Pohlen of Middlebury, Liam Peterson of North Ferrisburgh, and Kristin DeGraaf and Owen Whitney of Vergennes. Shlansky, Pohlen, Peterson and DeGraaf are all members of the National Honor Society, with both Shlansky and Peterson also receiving Four Year Honors.

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