On Saturday, 806 Missoula high school seniors will earn their degrees during graduation ceremonies in the University of Montana's Adams Center.
Big Sky High School’s graduation ceremony will be held first, beginning at 9 a.m. Big Sky will honor 236 seniors, including nine Eagle Medallion recipients, at its ceremony. Gen. Matthew T. Quinn of the Montana Army National Guard will be the speaker.
Beginning at noon, 296 seniors from Hellgate High School, including 14 valedictorians, will graduate. U.S. Rep. Ryan Zinke, R-Mont., will deliver the address.
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Sentinel High School will finish off the ceremonies starting at 3 p.m. Retired Sentinel teacher Mike Lyons will speak to the 274 graduates, including 31 valedictorians.
Seeley-Swan High School’s graduation will take place Sunday in the CB and Helen Rich Activity Center in Seeley Lake at 1 p.m. Twenty-one students, including two valedictorians, will graduate. Missoula County Commissioner Jean Curtiss is the speaker.