Washington’s 144th High School Debut Saturday | New
The 144th start of Washington High School will be at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 29, 2021 in the gymnasium.
After the procession, the presentation of the colors, the singing of the national anthem, the opening prayer and the speech of the class president, the greeting speech will be delivered by Isaac Barnard.
The WHS choirs will perform a musical selection followed by farewell speeches by Adam Arthur and Sophia Davis. The degrees will be awarded by Superintendent Dr. Daniel Roach.
The class colors are light blue and silver and the class flower is the carnation. The following seniors will graduate under the motto “Go Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams.” Live the life you imagined. “-Henry David Thoreau
Dalton Matthew Abel, Luis Abrego, Derrickka December Babie Adams, Alida Ajradinoska, Jamesley Yvers Alerte, Ty Allin James Allis, Parker Lee Alvis, Katelyn Marie Ambrose, Justin Lee Anders, Jesus Angeles, Adam Scott Arthur, Ashley Nicole Banks, Isaac Ray Barnard , Kaden E. Belcher, Diona Janea Bodie, Alex Stephen Boyd, Allison Nichole Boyd, Jade Nicole Browning, Baylee Jen Burkhardt, Emily Eunice Cabrera, Amelia Dawn Calderon, Jacob William Carrico, Harley Katherine Carroll, Braxton Thomas Catiller, Terry A. Christenberry , Tyler Adam Cissell, Dameon Michael Colvin, Aaliyah Jade Combs, Mackenzie Cherice Conley, Nicholas Steven Coy, Miguel Angel Cruz, Alexis Danyelle Dant, Jaydee Lynn Dant, Zachary Michael Davidson, Katherine Ning Davis, Mackenzie Lyn Davis, Sophia Marie Davis, Dominic James Depass, Daylee Marie Devine, Jennifer Alison Diaz, Abby Rose Dillon, Zachary Ryan Doolin, Miah Jordan Downs, Ivenson Edens Dumervil, Reece Isaac Durnil, Ashlyn Marie Edwards, Makenah N. Emons, Colin James Arthur Englehart, Ashley M. Estrada, Samantha Selena Estrada Lopez, Austin Levi Farren, Shaylee Renee Fowler, Jacob G. Fox, Wade Allan Frances, Dalton R. Freeman, Jackson James Fry, Alondra Gandarilla Medina, Damian L. Garcia, Kayden L. Gilmore, Emely Janey Gonzalez Aviles, Kenadie Lea Granger, Loukas Issac Gray, Owen Mitchell Gray, Zachary Tyler Gray, Jesse James Phillip Grayling, Kaden Michael Grissom, Zayin H. Hagemeier, Christopher Brice Hankins, Haleigh Donai Harrington, Jessica Elaine Hart , Audrey Dawn Helms, Wendy Yamileth Henriquez, Bradley Wade Hess, Ian R. Hill, Mathew D. Hill, Seth Byron Holtsclaw, Friday Htoo, Makenzie Dawn Ivy, Dre Shawn Cedric Johnson, Ellise Cathryn Johnson, Emmalee Marie Johnson, Haley Nichole Johnson , Gunnar Isaiah Jones, Nathan Allen Kavanaugh, Kendell Jade Kelley, Alyssa E. Kessler, Jonathan W. Ketchem, Braden Andrew Kixmiller, Kenzie Elyse Knepp, Caroline Marie Kroeger, Johnny William Lagle, Judith Laguerre, Gabriel Thomas Latham, Iyesha MarieLench, Tristan Xavier Logsdon, Christopher M. Logston, Camden Bradlee Long, Aviana MaLee Macias, DeWayne DK Magee Jr., Myjohn Marcelin, Valeria Martinez Barco, Aleana Kathryn Martinez-Cruz, Alexander Joseph Mattingly, Kailey Rose Mayhorn, Destiny J. McCoy , Abby Jean McCracken, Adalyn Grace McMurray, Gage Ericson Memering, Madelyn Rose Metzger, Brian Cole Miller, Makeenan David Miller, Karisma Grace Moll, Ashley Moreno, Austin L. Mowery, Cody GL Nguyen, Ahmad Shahiem Nunnally, Bryde Hilaryann Ochs, Eduardo Jose Ortega-Mejia, Haley Rhea Osmon, Cole W. Padgett, Kailyn Elizabeth Ann Padgett, Marvin Alexis Perez Ramos, Allison Renee Potts, Hannah Jo-Lin Reed, Steve Allen Reed, Rene Regalado-Mora, Hadleigh Brooke Ritcheson, Karen Elizabeth Rivas Morales, Jena Bree Roach, Jemini A. Robinson, Gabriel Rodriguez Rivera, Anthony Stephen Roe, Alissa Michele Rogers, Arnoldo Romero, Kayla McKenzie Elaine Roy, Halle Mae Rude, Evan Christopher Russell, Karen Salas, Krystal Salas Medina, Celina Gabri ela Sanchez Lopez, Juan C. Santillan, Gage Michael Schnarr, Cannon Isaac Shake, Brandon Michael Sheley, Emily Lynn Smith, Kaeden Michael Smith, Katelyn M. Sparks, Aleeya Kay Stiles, Jacalyn Grace Stone, Daniel Logan Stutzman, Peyton Leigh Summers- Ponce, Layton Christopher Terry, Kirstin Ann Marie Thompson, Mallory N. Thompson, Isabelle Thorne, Brock M. Thurman, Christopher Jorden Trask, Gwendolyn Nicole Underhill, Presley Walker Underhill, Brandon Bosueli Velasquez Hernandez, Mason McCoy Wagler, Albany Renae Walden, Jada Nichole Walls, Salena Hope Webster, Emma Marie Williams, Elijah Bryce Wilson, Haylee Joann Wilson, Zane Jayden Wilson, Caden James Wininger, Nickolas Patrick Wolfe, Audrey Paige Wright, Zoe Marie Wright, Estefany Zuniga and Arianna Capri-Breeze Zuniga-Gonzalez.
Sophia marie davis is the daughter of Tony and Emily Davis. She has two older brothers, Solomon and Jacob. During the last four years of Sophia’s academic career, she has been actively involved in her school and community. In Washington High School, she was a member of the Business Professionals of America, Hatchets Helping Hatchets, Beta Club, Yearbook, and Blank Page Book Club. She was also vice president of Hatchets Helping Hatchets. Sophia was awarded High Honor status each semester at Washington High School. Additionally, Sophia competed in varsity tennis which won the section three years in a row, won the regional and won the semi-state. She was part of the tennis team that qualified for the state finals in 2019. Sophia was the co-captain of the tennis team in her final year. She was also a member of the golf team.
In addition to being involved in her school, Sophia has remained busy within her community. She was the creator of the “Miles of Love by Sophie” cancer care bags inspired by a former teacher. In addition, Sophia was one of the five founding members of the “Dream Big”. Read more.’ Small free libraries. Along with these activities, Sophia was selected as a participant in the highly competitive leadership seminar at the University of Notre Dame in her first year. Additionally, Sophia was selected as a Questbridge College Preparation Fellow as a Junior and was selected as a Questbridge National College Match Finalist in her senior year. After graduation, Sophia plans to continue her studies at the University of Notre Dame to major in biochemistry with the intention of pursuing a career in medicine.
Adam arthur is the son of Scott and Erica Arthur. He graduated with a Basic 40 Honors University degree with a Basic Certificate from Indiana College. Over the past four years, he has participated in many activities at his school. This includes being in the band’s program and playing the trumpet for all four years of high school. His further involvement in the band’s program comes from his participation in the Washington Indoor Drumline for three years, where he led the bass drum section for two years. He has also been a member of the Washington Hatchets Robotics team since its inception and led its programming team for two years. In addition, he has been an active member of the BETA club for four years. He will attend Purdue University to earn a bachelor’s degree in computer science.
Isaac Ray Barnard is the son of Tony and Angela Barnard. He has a sister, Mary, who graduated from Indiana University and the Kelley School of Business. Isaac was actively involved in his school and his community. Isaac has been a member of the Business Professionals of America for four years. In his freshman year, he served as region 10 president for Indiana BPA. He served as a class secretary for four years and was a member of the student council for four years. While on the student council, Isaac helped organize the annual silent auction for the Riley Children’s Hospital. He also volunteered after school with the Migrant Tutoring Program run by Ms. Suzanne Hawthorne. Isaac participated in varsity baseball and cross country. In the summer, he plays for the Post 121 Legion baseball team. Although Isaac doesn’t play sports, he works for the Williams Bros. Healthcare Pharmacy. Isaac is also a member of the New Hope Christian Church. Isaac’s future plans are to attend Indiana University.