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Batavia Patch Honors High School Graduates: Class Of 2020

BATAVIA — Batavia Patch wants to share the achievements of local high school graduates by putting them in the spotlight over the next few weeks. Due to the coronavirus, in-person instruction has canceled the rest of the 2019-2020 school year in Illinois. We know these wonderful seniors are missing out on some of the last moments of the school year.

We hope that this will give the community a way to share their pride in our Class of 2020 high school graduates. You can find the form here if you’d like to add your graduate. Patch will be updating this form until May 31.

Here are few more of the Batavia Class of 2020 high school graduates:

Fiona Garrity, Batavia High School

Will be attending Luther College to pursue a nursing degree.

Message from Fiona’s family: “Fiona, we love you and are so proud of you! There are so many exciting things in store! Oh the places you’ll go.”

Alexis Whelpley, Batavia High School

Will be attending Iowa State University.

Message from Alexis’ family: “We are SO proud of all your accomplishments! We can’t wait to see you shine as you enter this exciting next chapter in your life! We love you so much, Alexis! Congratulations!”

Allyson Campagna, Batavia High School

Will be attending the University of Nebraska to study interior design.

Message from Allyson’s family: “So proud of Allyson and the amazing person she has become. No challenge has ever gotten in her way.”

Margaret Gosselin, Batavia High School

Will be attending DePaul University.

Tyne Haverkate, Batavia High School

Tyne is a member of the Illinois National Guard and will be attending Southern Illinois University to study aviation.

Message from Tyne’s family: “We are so proud of you, Tyne! We can’t wait to see what your future holds! We Love You! Love, Dad, Mom, Reagan and Jack”

Joseph Krella, Batavia High School

Courtesy of Kathy Santelli Photography
Courtesy of Kathy Santelli Photography

Message from Joseph’s family: “Mom and Dad are so proud of all your accomplishments! Get ready to make a difference in the world!”

Josephine Marie Adams, Batavia High School

Will be attending the University of Washington.

Message from Josephine’s family: “Godspeed Josie! We love you!”

Kate Schoenfelder, Batavia High School

Will be attending the University of Nebraska.

Message from Kate’s family: “Congratulations Kate! We could not be more proud of your hard work and look forward to what you do next!”

Jolie Hedger, Batavia High School

Will be attending ISU.

Message from Jolie’s family: “We are so proud of everything you have accomplished. On to your next adventure. Love, Mom Dad Sedona Aliaa”

Ethan Heck, Batavia High School

Will be attending Marian University.

Message from Ethan’s family: “Congratulations, Ethan! We love you and are so proud of you! Mom and Dad”

Katelyn Wankat, Batavia High School

Will be attending Waubonsee Community College/Illinois State University to study graphic art/design.

Message from Katelyn’s family: “Katelyn, we are so proud of you and all you have accomplished. Congratulations on being accepted into the WCC Quick Path program, you will be awesome. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for you, we know you will do great things.”

Anna Jensen, Batavia High School

Will be attending the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee.

Message from Anna’s family: “We are so proud of you! You are a strong and caring young woman. College awaits – you got this!”

Chloe Valentino, Batavia High School

Will be attending the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.

Message from Chloe’s family: “We are so proud of your determination, drive and compassion. Keep on being you! Love, mom and dad.”

Madison Schilling, Batavia High School

Will be attending the College of DuPage to study psychology and human services.

Message from Madison’s family: “Congratulations Maddy! We are so proud of you. Can’t wait to see what the future holds for you. Love you lots!”

Emma Wheatley, Batavia High School

Will be attending Ohio University to study nursing.

Message from Emma’s family: “Congratulations!! We are so proud of all your hard work and determination. We love your passion for everything you set forth to do! We know you will do great things!”

This article originally appeared on the Batavia Patch

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