Aurora Patch Honors High School Graduates: Class Of 2020

Jason Addy

AURORA, IL — Aurora 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.

Aurora Patch Honors High School Graduates: Part I
Aurora Patch Honors High School Graduates: Part II

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

Armonie Smith, East Aurora High School

Will be attending Aurora University to earn her bachelor’s degree in teaching.

Message from Armonie’s family: “Armonie, I'm so proud of you. Keep reaching your goals and expanding your careers. Love, Mom”

Katie Leslie, Metea Valley High School

Will be attending Illinois State University’s Mennonite College of Nursing.

Message from Katie’s family: “We are so proud of everything you accomplished during your 4 years as a Mustang. Shine bright! Go Go Mustangs!”

Solea Smith, East Aurora High School

Will be attending Loyola University to study public health. She plans to earn her bachelor of science degree in public health and go on to attend medical school.

Message from Solea’s family: “Solea, we are so proud of you! We respect & admire your determination & hard work. Congrats! Mom, Dad, Arisa and Biscuit”

This article originally appeared on the Aurora Patch