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Student Spotlight: Stanley

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He plans to play football and study engineering.

Let's meet the top graduate at Stanley High School this year.

Here's Abraham Roehrich in the Student Spotlight.

(Abraham Roehrich, Stanley Senior) "I like Stanley because the teachers are really good and there are small class sizes so you really get to know the teachers. And there are a lot of things the school does to keep you involved. I really like math and I like Mr. Meyers the band teacher a lot - I took one music class, it was music appreciation, and it taught me a lot about music. Before that I wasn't really a music guy but after it I like it a lot. I'm in football, wrestling, and track. I'm part of the student council, FBLA, S Club - those are all pretty fun activities here. I plan to attend Moorhead and play football. I'm thinking of getting a pre-engineering degree and after that get some kind of engineering degree, I'm not sure what kind yet."

Congratulations to Abraham and these honor students at Stanley.

A total of 46 seniors will be getting their diplomas on May 26th.

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