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HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY GRADUATION HELD AT NIACC

The 2017 High School Equivalency Diploma (formerly GED®) graduation ceremony was held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 31 in the Activity Center on the NIACC campus.

Four student speakers shared their journeys with the guests, and the NIACC Foundation also awarded NIACC scholarships to top-scoring graduates. A reception for graduates, families, friends, and supporters was held in the Activity Center immediately following the ceremony.

HSED graduates must successfully complete the battery of five tests on the HiSET® exam to obtain their high school equivalency diploma from the Iowa Department of Education. The program helps people from a variety of age groups and backgrounds reach this crucial goal.

Forty graduates from a number of communities in North Iowa were recognized at the ceremony (some chose not to have their names published).

Britt
Mousseau, Raeshawn
Tvedt, Tannyn N.

Charles City
Christians, Nicholas, J.
Hibner, Daniel J.
Priestley, Emily
Schweiger, Kaleb J.

Clarion
Prime, Samantha R.
Simental, Dulce A.

Dumont
Bruns, Mason D.

Forest City
Arnold, Amanda J.
Philipp, Reneka R.

Garner
Huffman, Aleesa M.

Hampton
Perry, Courtney S.
Vela Torres, Cristhian de Jesus

Manly
Stagray, Stephaine

Mason City
Anderson, Amanda J.
Campbell, James C.
Carlson, Krystle E.
Davis, Samantha R.
Durnan, Danielle R.
Kraft, Charles W.
McBride, Brandon D.
Perry, Blake A.
Riker, Kyle S.

McIntire
May, Chadlyn P.

Northwood
Hagen, Carrie J.

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