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Jun 03 2014

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SBHS valedictorian, salutatorian credit life lessons, family support in academic achievements

By MICHAEL RODRIGUEZ
Managing Editor
editor@sbnewspaper.com

(Staff photo by Michael Rodriguez) Valedictorian Andrea Rose Mosqueda (left) and salutatorian Marleny Sanchez are pictured outside San Benito High School on Tuesday.

(Staff photo by Michael Rodriguez)
Valedictorian Andrea Rose Mosqueda (left) and salutatorian Marleny Sanchez are pictured outside San Benito High School on Tuesday.

San Benito High School seniors Andrea Rose Mosqueda and Marleny Sanchez began the year as friends, but it’s how they’ll end it that may be the more memorable occurrence for the two scholars.

Mosqueda and Sanchez will graduate on Friday as SBHS valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, to culminate their high school academic careers –achievements made possible thanks to years of devotion to their studies and the support they afforded each other when, at times, the pressure to remain at the top of their class was significant.

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2 comments

  1. Reader 1

    The valedictorian acquires $1.3m in scholarship money while the salutatorian acquired $526.62 in scholarship funds.

    1. Alan

      The saluditorian acquired $526,616.00 in scholarship funds. The period was clearly a typo.

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