Congrats, Tiger Mountain class of 2009

June 16, 2009

By Staff

Tiger Mountain Community High School celebrated 23 students successfully earning their diplomas June 11 on the school grounds.
Tiger Mountain is for students seeking alternatives to traditional high schools. The school maintains a strong education focused on rigor and content; its staff teaches basic-skills programs, and educational plans are personalized for each student.
Senior class speakers were Christina Reddy and Eliana Pearl.
January graduates:
Alec DuBois
Joseph Herrera
Martin Kandler
Thomas Timmons
June graduates:
Derick Anderson
Cody Bancroft
Aaron Blumenzweig
Alex DeMarco
Ashley Gundersen
Emil Gundersen IV
Sumeet Harnal
Anthony Hembree
Patrick Lewis
Christine Malnerich
Vladislav Mnatsakanov
Bryce Nielsen
Eliana Pearl
Christina Reddy
Kyle Ryerson
Brittany Smith
Kelsey Tanay
Chase Tasca
Joshua Wood
 The graduation ceremony was a small, personalized event where each graduPhoto By Adam Eschbachate received praise from staff members.

The graduation ceremony was a small, personalized event where each graduPhoto By Adam Eschbachate received praise from staff members.

Tiger Mountain Community High School celebrated 23 students successfully earning their diplomas June 11 on the school grounds.Tiger Mountain is for students seeking alternatives to traditional high schools. The school maintains a strong education focused on rigor and content; its staff teaches basic-skills programs, and educational plans are personalized for each student.

Senior class speakers were Christina Reddy and Eliana Pearl.

January graduates:

Alec DuBois

Joseph Herrera

Martin Kandler

Thomas Timmons

June graduates:

Derick Anderson

Cody Bancroft

Aaron Blumenzweig

Alex DeMarco

Ashley Gundersen

Emil Gundersen IV

Sumeet Harnal

Anthony Hembree

Patrick Lewis

Christine Malnerich

Vladislav Mnatsakanov

Bryce Nielsen

Eliana Pearl

Christina Reddy

Kyle Ryerson

Brittany Smith

Kelsey Tanay

Chase Tasca

Joshua Wood

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