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Just a fraction of the high achievers in the Coupeville Class of 2023.

It could be legendary.

Coupeville High School’s Class of 2023 is currently projecting 93 graduates for next spring, which would be double the average size of recent years.

Before they get to the moment when they walk across the stage at Micky Clark Field to accept their diplomas, Wolf seniors will be at the forefront of athletics and academics at the school this coming year.

In preparation for grad week festivities, Coupeville parents are hard at work raising money to celebrate their students’ accomplishments.

Race the Reserve goes down in August, concession sales will be open at volleyball, football, basketball, and track events during the 2022-2023 school year, and the class has launched a GoFundMe.

Money raised goes to fund a drug and alcohol-free graduation night celebration for the Class of 2023.

 

To donate to the cause (and get a warm, fuzzy glow in your chest), pop over to:

https://www.gofundme.com/f/hv6pg-support-coupevilles-class-of-2023?qid=77884e59d8ad37cd254e2c4acb95c64d

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Wesley McGee proudly displays his certificate of promotion from 5th grade to middle school. (Angie McGee photo)

They’re moving up the street, and up in the world.

Coupeville Elementary School honored its graduating 5th graders Thursday, and the group heads to middle school this fall.

The trip is just a few blocks down S. Main Street, but it opens up a whole new world for the young Wolves.

From my perspective, it means a new bunch of athletes arriving on the scene, with a lot of names to learn.

CMS 6th graders are eligible to play volleyball, boys soccer, cross country, basketball, and track and field.

But athlete or not, all the CES grads get new academic challenges, and we wish them all the best.

Wolf superstar Nezi Keiper congratulates Jacob Meador. (Photo courtesy Keiper)

Middle school, here they come. (McGee photo)

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Samantha Streitler is outta here. (Morgan White photos)

Graduation isn’t really over until the final photos drop.

Sure, the Coupeville High School Class of 2022 has their diplomas, Mickey Clark Field has emptied, and new destinations await the Wolves.

Doesn’t mean I can’t nab some more sweet, sweet page hits with a final (maybe) pictorial essay, compliments of Wolf Mom and school board director Morgan White.

Noelle Daigneault

Hawthorne Wolfe (left) and Cole Hutchinson

Eryn Wood

Rock on, Wolf grads … rock on.

Andrew Aparicio

Mary Milnes

Cecilia Camarena-Barajas

A final bow from (l to r) Katelin McCormick, Abby Mulholland, Wolfe, and Moose Moran.

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Cody Roberts gets a congratulatory smooch from mom Heidi. (Photos courtesy Wolf Nation Moms and Dads)

It’s the look of love.

Coupeville High School Class of 2022 grads celebrated Saturday with family and friends, then put all the photos on Facebook where I could easily poach them.

That makes them the real MVP’s, at least in my eyes.

Ja’Kenya Hoskins

Mckenna Somes

Brian Casey

Kylie Van Velkinburgh

Anya Leavell

Xavier Murdy

Aiden Burdge

Abby Mulholland

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Anya Leavell celebrates snagging her diploma. (Morgan White photos)

It’s official — they’re grads.

The Coupeville High School Class of 2022 came together for one final time Saturday, receiving diplomas and congratulations under sunny skies.

Along for the ride was Wolf Mom (and school board director) Morgan White, who offers up the pics seen above and below.

Caleb Meyer (left) and Hawthorne Wolfe

Cole Hutchinson

Mary Milnes

Sophie Martin

Morgan Stevens

Miles Davidson

Kim Castro (left) and Noelle Daigneault

Alana Mihill

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