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101 graduates: Cambridge and Deerfield prep for graduation

In just under a month, the class of 2022 at Cambridge and Deerfield High School will celebrate graduation with ceremonies in early June.

Cambridge High School

The ceremony for Cambridge High School graduates will be June 5 at 2 p.m. and will honor 69 graduates. Hailey Last is graduating first in her class as valedictorian and Emma Nottestad is salutatorian.

Graduation also marks the end of Andy Pickett’s first year serving as Cambridge High School’s Principal, who reminded students they will always have a place to call home in his letter to the graduates.

“No matter where you choose to go, please know that you will always have a home here in Cambridge,” Pickett said. “You will always be a Blue Jay!”

Deerfield High School

Deerfield will celebrate its graduates on June 5 at 1 p.m., with 32 students set to walk the stage.

Dayton Lasack will be honored as the class valedictorian and Peyton Freymiller will be honored as the class salutatorian.

Deerfield High School Principal Brett Jacobson reminded students in his letter to the graduates they can always count on the Deerfield community to show their support.

“No matter where the next step of your journey takes you, know that you have a large group of cheerleaders here in Deerfield rooting for you,” Jacobson said.

The Cambridge News/Deerfield Independent will publish a special graduation publication honoring local graduates in early June.

Southern Wisconsin Regional Education Reporter

Lauren was born and raised in Burlington, Wis. before attending UW-Madison and earning her bachelor's degree in journalism and a certificate in photography. Now, she covers the Cambridge, Deerfield, McFarland and Monona Grove School Districts.