HomeEntertainmentDCC Friday: Celebrate the Class of 2020DCC Friday: Celebrate the Class of 2020Fri, June 5, 2020 by Marissa RigattiSHARE NOW June 5th is DCC Friday on Sunny!Join us from 7a-7p as we celebrate the Class of 2020 from DCC. Listen all day for graduate names, future plans, and more with Marissa Rigatti! Graduation for DCC will be this Sunday, June 7th at the school. Congratulations to the DCC Class of 2020 from Sunny 106!Isabella MangiantiniMount Aloysius, majoring in Medical Imaging.Received the Foundress Academic Award and the Heritage Scholarship. Favorite Memory: This year’s volleyball season would probably be my favorite.Johnathan Ritsick Environmental Geoscience with a concentration in environmental science, maybe a minor in business, Army ROTC. Awarded: the “Shine the Light” scholarship from United ElectricFavorite Memory: A favorite memory was getting selected for the homecoming court and winning prom prince last year, and one more favorite memory was qualifying for states in cross country. Katie JordanButler County Community College for the first 2 years then transfer to TemplePsychologyOffered a $10,000 merit scholarship to Mt. Aloysius and a $5,000 per year scholarship to Lycoming College for attending PFEW, but I turned them down. Favorite Memory: Participating in the musical for the past 3 years, drama class with Mrs. Kunkle, and the Senior Class Play.Isabella Mangiantini Mount Aloysius, majoring in Medical Imaging. Received the Foundress Academic Award and the Heritage Scholarship. Favorite Memory: This year’s volleyball season would probably be my favorite.Johnathan Ritsick Environmental Geoscience with a concentration in environmental science, maybe a minor in business, Army ROTC. Awarded: the “Shine the Light” scholarship from United Electric Favorite Memory: A favorite memory was getting selected for the homecoming court and winning prom prince last year, and one more favorite memory was qualifying for states in cross country.Katie Jordan Butler County Community College for the first 2 years then transfer to Temple Psychology Offered a $10,000 merit scholarship to Mt. Aloysius and a $5,000 per year scholarship to Lycoming College for attending PFEW, but I turned them down. Favorite Memory: Participating in the musical for the past 3 years, drama class with Mrs. Kunkle, and the Senior Class Play.Jaci Mennetti Clarion University of Pennsylvania Biology Golden Eagle Scholarship Favorite Memory: Participating in sports as well as all the dancesJuliana Stine Chatham University Major in Interior Architecture, Minor in Business Merit Scholarsip, Interior Architecture Scholarship, Academic Days Scholarship, Favorite Memory: all of them.Maia Cogley Saint Vincent College Pre-Pharmacy 2+4 Program SVC Scholarship: $15,000 Catholic High School Scholarship $2,000 Resident Grant $2,000 Favorite Memory: Going to the state championship in softball, proms, and becoming closer with my classmates over the yearsZachary George Westminster College Major: Biochemistry Scholarships: Westminster Award & Deans Award Favorite high school memory: Making videos for drama class with the McFarlands.Shane Paisley Duquesne University Finance Favorite Memory: All of the dances. They were always a really good time.Shayleigh Gulvas Seton Hill University Psychology and minoring in Behavioral Health Aloysia Lowe scholarship and Catholic High School scholarship My favorite high school memory is probably going to the state championship for softball my junior year. I had a lot of fun in high school, and it’s really hard to just pick one memory! I enjoyed every moment with my friends.Jonathan Kurtz Lock Haven University Physician’s Assistant Favorite Memory: Seeing friends and having fun in all the classesDylan Foster University of Pittsburgh Major: Undecided DAR – Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarship Favorite Memory: Creating memorable characters and experiences while recording the Thanksgiving video for drama classCierra Stom Clarion University Criminal Justice First Honors, American Legion Scholarship Favorite Memory at DCC – Spending 7 great years with all the friends I made at CentralHannah Holdren Mount Aloysius College Education Awards- PA State Grant -Aloysius Academic Excellence -Heritage Scholarship Favorite Memory- getting to spend every day with my friends and going to all the dancesTristan Engle Clarion University Business Administration Received the Golden Eagle Scholarship award at Clarion University; Scholarship from CNB Bank Athletic Award of Upper Allegheny Valley Soccer League All-star Favorite Memory: Beating Brookville on Soccer senior night after losing to them earlier in the season.Rachel Aravich Clarion University Nutrition & Fitness Awards/Scholarships Received: Clarion Founder’s Grant $2,000 dollars & McCluskey-Rowan FOP Home Association $500 dollars Favorite Memory at DCC: Getting to have made all my close friendships, for example like lunch time with the girls when we all laugh really hard everydayMartina Swalligan Seton Hill University Accounting SHU Rising star award and Elizabeth Seton Scholarship Favorite Memory: All of the school dances.Colin Barnett University of Pittsburgh Molecular biology Favorite memory: dances and just hanging out with my friendsSam Harris COLLEGE: undecided, trade school and then art school. MAJOR: welding / metalsmithing, animation and character designGabriella Delzangle Clarion University B.S Psychology, Masters: Clinical Mental Health Counseling Golden Eagle award scholarship Favorite memory: Drama Class with Queen Mrs. Kunkle and Trips to the Manor with Mrs. DutraJordan Kosko Clarion University Speech Pathology The Golden Eagle Scholarship and I’m not sure what else I got yet Favorite memory at DCC: Going to states for softball DCC DAYS ADDITIONAL STUDENTSGweneth Vida College: West Virginia University Scholarships: 1. WVU Scholarship of Distinction 2. WVU System Connection Grant 3. Burger King McLamore Foundation Award Favorite Memory: sacking the junior quarterback at my last powderpuff gameRachel Miller St. Vincent College Become a financial planner Faculty Scholarship from St. Vincent College FAVORITE MEMORY: All the time spent with friends and teachers has been memorable!Lindsey Reiter Clarion University Early Childhood Education, Favorite memory: Being on Student Council and getting to plan and decorate all the dances.Parker Meholick Saint Francis University Presidential Scholarship Favorite Memories:Madison Miller Washington and Jefferson College Possibly Law Thrive scholarship Favorite Memory: There is too many to pick a favorite memory. Highschool was filled with great moments.