More than 400 graduate from Paso Robles High School

newsroom@thetribunenews.comMay 31, 2013 

More than 400 students received diplomas Friday during Paso Robles High School’s commencement ceremonies.

As parents and friends packed the War Memorial Stadium, Jonathan Kisch addressed the crowd as this year’s valedictorian.

Like last year’s valedictorian, Andrew Chang, Kisch plans to attend UCLA, where he will study mathematics. Salutatorian Katelyn Olsen also plans to attend UCLA.

While the 2013 graduates will attend colleges and universities across the country — enrolling at schools such as Cornell University, Boise State and University of Kentucky — most of Paso’s college-bound grads plan to remain in California.

Eighty-two graduates said they plan to enroll at Cuesta College, according to Crimson Newsmagazine, a student publication at the school, while 19 plan to attend Cal Poly.

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