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The Spencer County High School Class of 2014 will be remembered as one of the smallest but brightest in recent school history.
The 166-student class graduated Friday night in Frankfort with family and friends surrounding them.
SCHS Principal Curt Haun lauded the student’s hard work, noting that 62 percent of the class was deemed college and career ready by state and national standards, and that students achieved an average ACT score of 19.2 —the highest on record.
Senior class treasurer Morgan Mayer said her classmates are like family.
“Being a part of the class of 2014 has been nothing but a fun experience,” Mayer said. “Each one of us are totally different individuals but we have grown together for the last 12 years into one of the best classes Spencer County High School has ever seen.”
Class president Krysten Barlow said her classmates are fun, but set high goals.
“I love the class of 2014 because of their sense of humor with the ability to make anything funny and their determination to go after goals. The strong friendships that have lasted since elementary school have also been cool to watch as we’ve grown up.”