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Number of graduates at this high school: 246

Keynote speaker: Asst. Superintendent Ana Gallegos

Message for graduates: The next steps are not easy, but believe in yourself and your goals will be reached.

Student speaker
: Daniel Motley, Valedictorian

Message for graduates
: Daniel joked that although he is an 18-year-old who recently spent 10 minutes looking for his car in a parking lot, he still had advice to pass on. He told fellow graduates that their stories are results of their choices and encouraged them to make their mark on the world.

Student speaker
: Shaira Perez, Salutatorian

Message for graduates: Shaira told fellow graduates to ensure pride in what they do. She asked students to return to Pueblo when they’ve reached their goals to inspire other Warriors because, "¡Si se puede!".

Sights and Sounds

Tons of confetti blowing in the wind, balloons, balloons, balloons. Silly string! Blow horns!
Laughing grads, cheering families and friends. Warrior chant, "Once a Warrior, Always a Warrior"
Award-winning Pueblo Mariachi Aztlan performing a song dedicated to graduates
Fat heads scattered in the crowd

Students' plans for the future:

Carlos Jaimez - Moving on to Pima Community College to continue education and make my family proud.
Jesus Montiel - After high school I plan on going to the Navy to become a corpsman and afterwards hopefully practice psychology.
Orlando Angell - Going to go out and do some big things at the U of A.
Sky Blue Estrella - Attending Pima Community College to study to be a Certified Nursing Assistant.
Salvador Varela - Heading to Pima Community College to study Accounting and Business.
Mineth Pina - Go to college and study medicine.
Yulisa Garcia - Heading to Pima Community Colelge to start studies to be a pediatrician.
Daniel Motley - Going straight to Brown University.