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Three.hundred-eighty.nine seniors in the five Catholic high schools in the Dio- cese of Evansville received their high school diplomas this year. Graduation ceremonies in the diocese began in Vincennes May 27 when 20 se- niors at Rivet High School received their 1994 diplomas. Michael Mohammed was Rivets valedictorian; Clare Vonderwell and Heather Allen were both salutatorians. On May 28, 33 seniors at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, received dipl mas. Alisa Dickson and Gwynne Cameron are the top two students in the American College Prep curriculum at the academy. Thirty seniors at Washington Catholic High School, Washington, received their diplomas May 28. Brian Mullen and Eileen Weber were class valedictorians and- Amy Mischler was salutatorian. Mater Dci High School in Evansville held its graduation ceremonies June 5; Aaron Couture was the class valedictorian and Amy Folz was salutatorian. One- hundred.forty.seven seniors received their diplomas. Memorial High School's graduation ceremonies were also held June 5. Jesse Redman was Memoriars valedictorian and Marilyn Schroering was salutatorian. One.hundred.fifty-nine students received diplomas. ! Brian Mullen and Eileen Weber were valedictorians for the 1994 graduating class at Washington Catholic High School, Washington. -- Message photo by Michael Woolsey i ttraduatos applaud during the 1994 ceremony at Washington Catholic High 8ehl; Washington. -- Message photo by Michael Woolsey ..,_. : .:,: :! ] r/Eht, was the valedic. ;he 1994 class at Rivet High School in Vincennes. -- Message photo by Ron McMullen Karen Day adjusts the ter, Heather, before the for seniors at Memorial Hi Evansville. -- Message photo by