Tiger Stadium was packed with friends and family of this year’s graduates of Los Banos High School.

The commencement ceremony on June 3 saw 374 graduates dressed in their cardinal and gold caps and gowns receive diplomas and congratulations from members of the Board of Trustees of Los Banos Unified School District.

Among other addresses, Co-Valedictorians, Paige Smith and Alexis Carlucci delivered their speeches, encouraging their fellow students to “follow your dreams and always strive for success.”

Los Banos High School principal Jason Walton addressed the graduating class of 2022, inspiring pride and school spirit by shouting “Once a Tiger always a Tiger.”

At the end of the ceremony members of the Class of 2022 moved the tassel on their caps from one side to the other signifying they were no longer members of the senior class but now graduates of Los Banos High School.

Pacheco High School issues 379 diplomas

Ashley Bernal welcomed her fellow Pacheco High School classmates to their 2022 graduation ceremony.          

There were 379 members of the senior class who marched into Veterans Stadium at Pacheco high school and received their diplomas from representatives of the Los Banos Unified School District.

Pacheco principal Daniel Sutton addressed the graduates and wished them “continued success in the future.”           

Valedictorian Dereck Rubio congratulated his fellow classmates and offered this advice, “always strive to be your best.”                      

District Superintendent Mark Marshall applauded the students on their academic achievement and wished them all well in the future.

Crossroads Alternative Education Center graduates 44 students   

Commencement ceremonies were held on June 2 at 9 a.m. at Loftin Stadium for the 44 graduating seniors from Crossroads Alternative Education Center.                                                                           

Dr. Barbara Severns welcomed the graduates and then gave the graduate address.

The graduates acknowledged The American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars who presented the colors at the ceremony.

Severns then handed diplomas to the all the graduates.

San Luis High School graduates 63 students Commencement ceremonies were held on June 2 at 7 p.m. at Veterans Stadium at Pacheco High for 63 graduating from San Luis High School.