170 Lancers Graduate at La Salle’s 56th Commencement

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12:39 pm | May 28, 2015


La Salle High School graduated 170 seniors at its 56th Commencement on Friday evening, May 22, 2015. Commencement Exercises took place at the Church of the Nazarene, next door to the School.

Alyssa Villavincencio, summa cum laude, gave the Welcome Address and Kimberly Mejia, summa cum laude, was chosen by the Faculty Commencement Committee for the honor of delivering the Commencement Address.

Nathaniel Chandler, summa cum laude received the La Salle High School General Excellence Award for the highest cumulative grade point average in the class. This fall, Nathaniel will attend the University of Chicago.

Karina Haleblian, summa cum laude, received the La Salle Scholar Award for Math and Science while Victor Saavedra, summa cum laude, received the La Salle Scholar Award for Liberal Arts. Colin Shumate, summa cum laude received the La Salle Scholar Award for Visual and Performing Arts.

Lea Bruder and David Magluyan received the John Stygles ’64 Excellence in Academics and Athletics Award. Riley Worley and Alexander Tuason received the Archdiocese of Los Angeles Christian Service Award. Haley DeSales and Justin Zumel received the Brother Celestine Excellence in Athletics and Sportsmanship Award. Tyler Artis received the De La Salle Award for academics, leadership and service.

99% of La Salle’s graduating class will attend colleges or universities or postgraduate academies next year and 92% of the class will matriculate to four-year institutions.

La Salle High School, 3880 East Sierra Madre Blvd., Pasadena, (626) 351-8951 or visit www.lasallehs.org.