BEAVER FALLS — Beaver County Christian School held its commencement exercises in Ohio on June 5.
James Condon, son of John and Monique Condon of Chippewa Township, achieved highest honors and earned the President’s Award for Education Excellence throughout high school. Condon, who was team captain of the varsity basketball team from 10th through 12th grade, scored his 1,000 point in his senior year.
He also played soccer, served on student council and participated in academic games. He will attend Geneva College and major in mechanical engineering.
Morgan J. McMahan, son of Nellie McMahan of Enon Valley, achieved highest honors snd earned the President’s Award for Educational Exellence throughout high school. He served on student council as a junior and senior, and sang in the chorus for three years.
McMahan earned honorable mention in varsity soccer, played varsity volleyball and was a member of the Geneva College Rugby Club Team. He plans to major in business at Geneva College.
Matthew McCaslin, son of Dr. Todd and Stephanie McCaslin of Patterson Township, achieved highest honors and the President’s Education Award throughout high school. He also received leadership and speech awards. McCaslin served on student council for four years, and was council president as a senior. He plans to attend Grove City College and major in molecular biology.
Graduates: Zachary Barbato, Hannah Biro, Quentin Cole, James Condon, Danelle Gouldsbarry, Nicholas Heidengren, Baolong Ma, Matthew McCaslin, Morgan McMahan,Tyler Michele, Bryttany Miles, Noah Oosting, Brandon Raab, Abigail Raybould, Nathaniel Sell, Adam Stephens, Gideon te Velde, Matthew Thoman, Celia York, Enhui Zhou.