All of the Pickaway County high schools will be graduating their Senior classes this week, adding more than 550 high school graduates to the county. Below are the details of the ceremonies and the classes.
Circleville High School
Circleville H.S. will be graduating their 160th class on Sunday, May 27, at 2 p.m. at Circleville High School. The CHS Class of 2018 is the second largest class in Pickaway County with more than 130 graduates. Circleville will air the ceremony live on their Facebook.
Logan Elm High School
Logan Elm Brave Seniors walked at their graduation on Friday, May 25, at 7:30 p.m.. LEHS graduated around 100 students and is the third largest class of the four public districts. Photos of the event can be found online by clicking here.
New Hope Christian Academy
The newest and only private school in Pickaway County hosted their graduation on Saturday, May 26, at 10 a.m.. The Class of 2018 consists of less than ten students.
Teays Valley High School
In an outdoor ceremony on Sunday, May 20, Teays Valley graduated more than 260 students, which is nearly half of the total graduates in the county. This was the 54th graduating class since the school was district was founded.
Westfall High School
The Mustang Class of 2018 celebrated their graduation on Friday, May 25.The school district that spans the entire western half of Pickaway County once again had the smallest class of the county public schools with under 100 graduates.
All photos and images are courtesy of the school districts.