Congratulations are extended to the ninety-nine members of the Class of 2018 on reaching the important milestone of high school graduation! Wishing you all much success as you move forward in your lives and careers!  Click here to read the Class of 2018 Commencement Program.
 

Tell the people close to you what they mean to you, do what makes you happy and take those risks that you are afraid to take regardless of the outcome. At the end of our lives, we will regret the things we did not do, rather than the things we have done. I hope you all live your lives with no regrets.- Elijah Hoffman, Valedictorian
 
When we leave here today, we are all entering the world with a new sense of freedom and a new sense of responsibility. We have an obligation to make the most of the life we’ve been given, not just for ourselves, but for the rest of the world.- Grace Joseph, Salutatorian.
 
Make time for yourself and truly enjoy the company that is you. Never underestimate what a little love will do and never, ever be afraid to give more of it than you take.- Eli Yemzow, Class President
 
Don’t be afraid to make mistakes, because there is always a way to edit. Lastly, Class of 2018, I leave you with the words of the great Michael Scott of Dunder-Mifflin Paper Company: ‘Don’t listen to your critics. Listen to your fans.- Mrs. Leanne Roughton, Guest Speaker

 Graduates celebrate their new status following the commencement ceremony. Congratulations!
 

Congratulations to the Class of 2018!

Mohamad H. Abdul-Al
Jeffrey Michael Achy
Dakota Leigh Andrews
Claudia Suzanne Apichell
Seth Richard Barrett
Gabrielle Justine Bebenek
Duncan Jerald Bedford
Andrew Mark Bell
Shannon Lee Bendas
Tyler Gregory Bendas
Cassi Lanae Bennage
Devin Lee Blackburn
Sheila Elizabeth Brassard
Breanna Nicole Burd
Lauren Nichole Carl
Luc Donat Champoux
Ethan Gray Cohen
Cecelia Pearl Cook
Jeffrey Daniel Cox
Nicholas Matthew Cronin
Blake Alan Day
Justin Thomas Derk
Joshua Justin Deska
Cecelia Paige Duncan
Kamee Marie Duncan
 
Meghan Nicole Duzick
Helena Claire Eby
Vance Michael Erdman
Joseph Peter Evans
John Connor Fulmer
Domunic Ashanda Gaines
John Gembic IV
Adriana Faye George
Mackenzie Juliana Gidaro
Lon Eugene Gilger
Delilah R. Glessner
Albert James Goodlunas
Cavern Lee Gosciminski
Eric William Grosch
 Abigail Elizabeth Hager
Jacob Peter Hammer
Andrew Todd Haupt
Tristan Kenneth Heim
Rebekka Jo Heller
Cole Andrew Helwig
Derek Jacob Hernandez
Elijah Edward Hoffman
Natalie Ryann Hunter
Grace Elizabeth Joseph
Megan Alice Kearney
 
Jessica Rebecca Lynn Kimsal
Madison Elizabeth Klock
Haley Nicole Knoebel
Justin Dale Kofskie
Kristin Nicole Kremser
Katelynn Louise Kuijpers
Nicholas M. Kuzo
Jaret Edward Lane
Jaden Bree Laskoski
Hannah Frances Laughlin
Calista Grace Long
Lauren Kay Long
Seth Michael Macklem
Anna Helen Manley
Thomas Leo Manley IV
Autumn Lynn McDonald
Victoria Autumn Mensch
Ashley Clara Miller
Whitney Paige Morris
Alexa Skye Mowery
Lauren Elizabeth Mudrock
Amanda Lea Murphy
Kali Jordan Neff
Joslin Marcele Notestine
Veronica Elaine Polyniak
 
Cole Tyler Potter
Hailey Melinda Reeder
Jacob David Renn
Lakota Ann Rhodes
Natalie Marie Ring
Marley Rae Roadarmel
Jorddin Marie Rodgers
Rachel Leigh Sage
Carter John Scherer
Logan Doyle Schrader
Maleessa Marie Schreffler
Anthony James Scicchitano
Paige Marie Sharrow
Abigail Elizabeth Shimock
Joseph Richard Shipe
Alexander Robert Showver
Brandan Patrick Snyder
Brett Thomas Szuler
Amanda Elizabeth Unger
Chase Daniel Urban
Casey Jo Winter
Emily Rose Wolfe
Eli Artem Yemzow
Abigail Catherine Zeigler

 

 

Special Features

Click here to read a report presented to the Board of Education on November 12, 2018 which reviews bullying data collected by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency. The report provides data on the frequency and types of bullying behavior being reported by Southern Columbia Area students as well as a look of how this compares to reports of bullying at other schools statewide, and in Columbia County and Northumberland County schools.Learn More

Southern Columbia Area High School earned lifetime status as a National Blue Ribbon School in 2016, being named a National Blue Ribbon School for Exemplary High Performing School. Click the links below to read more about the school's National Blue Ribbon Schools award recognition. Learn More