Class of 2023 accepts diplomas
On Thursday, May 25, students in the Goshen High School Class of 2023 crossed the stage at Northern Kentucky University's Truist Arena and accepted their diplomas.
This year’s graduating class of 220 garnered more than $4.85 million scholarships and performed 4,679 hours of community service. This class of students earned almost 2,000 college credits while still in high school, earned 334 industry credentials and 953 college and career readiness seals.
Twenty-nine graduated with honors. One graduated with an arts honors diploma and one graduated with a career tech honors diploma. Twenty-four students were members of the National Honor Society and seven students were members of the National Technical Honor Society.
The Valedictorian of this year’s class was Kaytlyn Elizabeth Klaber. The Salutatorian was Skylar Nicole Reeves. Both spoke at the ceremony, along with Class President Keene Aiden Bryant and Hailey Irene Mulvihill.
This year’s graduation was livestreamed for those who could not make it. View a recording of the event here.