By Mark Kanz
Sevastopol High School Principal Adam Baier remembers high-fiving members of this year’s graduating class when they were four-year-olds just beginning their school careers. On Sunday, June 4, he’ll be shaking hands with them as they receive their high school diplomas. It’s said that it takes a village to raise a child and Baier says the community is making sure this year’s graduates get a good start on the next chapter in their lives.
Baier says 45 percent of the class has maintained an “A” average throughout their high school career. Students led the conference in ACT scores and their test scores were two points better than the state average. Baier says he’s curious to see which underclassmen are ready to step into leaderships roles being vacated by the graduates.