One hundred six students graduated from Teton High School on Friday, May 27. This group joins the eleven students from Basin High School who received diplomas on Wednesday, May 25, bringing the graduation total for this year from the two public schools in Driggs to 117.

 In brief remarks to the THS graduates, Superintendent Monte Woolstenhulme talked about some real-life heroes, women who serve as examples of courage when faced with adversity – pilot Captain Tammy Jo Schulz, Olympian Jaelin Kauf, and the graduates’ mothers. Woolstenhulme also announced statistics that reflect the accomplishment of the graduates to the packed crowd at Teton’s gymnasium Friday night:

The Class of 2018 accumulated 888 hours of college credit during its time at THS.

The Class of 2018 was awarded $ 1,575,720.00 in scholarships from a wide variety of institutions and other educational funding sources.

Congrats to all of this year's graduates! 

Photos by Rebecca Vanderhorst 

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