SDPC graduation plans announced

COUNTY — Nearly 1,000 high school seniors will receive their diplomas next Friday, June 3, when all four Pickens County high schools hold their annual graduation ceremonies at Clemson University’s Littlejohn Coliseum.
Liberty High will start the day off with its graduation beginning at 10 a.m. Valedictorian Jessica Scott Carroll and Salutatorian Caitlyn Noel Duncan will speak to the 139 graduates at the ceremony.
Daniel High will follow with its ceremony starting at 1 p.m. Valedictorian Wimberly Victoria Miles and Salutatorian Nadiya Klep, along with Anna Ralston Qualkinbush and Christopher Russell Colberg, will speak at the ceremony. Taylor Garrett Smith will be honored for 12 years of perfect attendance. There are 226 members of the Daniel class of 2011.
Pickens High will be next on the day with a 4 p.m. graduation. The PHS class of 2011 numbers 299, with Valedictorian Allene Hope and Salutatorian Kelsey Kobler. Brandon Couch will be honored for his 12 years of perfect attendance.
Easley High’s 330 seniors will receive their diplomas in the final ceremony of the day, beginning at 7 p.m. Valedictorian Clara Dale Waddell and Salutatorian Hayden Todd Garrett will speak, along with Matthew Hughes, Anna Caldwell, James Collie and Jacob Whitworth. Ryan William Bowick and Daniel Colby Burdette will be honored for 12 years of perfect attendance.