High school grads earn more than $500,000 through 115 scholarships

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SUN photo/Randi Pierce Brooke Bowdridge, LaShae Smith and Miah Pitcher are all smiles as they enter Pagosa Springs High School’s graduation ceremony Saturday at PSHS. All three boasted the highest distinction for their grades (a 4.0 grade-point average), with Bowdridge named valedictorian and Pitcher named the salutatorian.
SUN photo/Randi Pierce
Brooke Bowdridge, LaShae Smith and Miah Pitcher are all smiles as they enter Pagosa Springs High School’s graduation ceremony Saturday at PSHS. All three boasted the highest distinction for their grades (a 4.0 grade-point average), with Bowdridge named valedictorian and Pitcher named the salutatorian.

The 68 graduates of the Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS) class of 2016 who walked in the June 4 ceremony comprise a diverse group, from actors to championship athletes to honor society students to ranchers and others whose main interests were outside the halls of the school.

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