Chapel Hill Salutatorian Presley Applegate, and MPHS Valedictorian, Connelly Cowan, lead the graduates into the sanctuary.
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Mount Pleasant Community Baccalaureate service
The combined Classes of 2022 from Mount Pleasant and Chapel Hill High Schools were honored at the Mount Pleasant Community Baccalaureate Service on Wednesday, May 18, at First Baptist Church. Mount Pleasant High School Valedictorian, Connelly Cowan, offered an opening prayer for the graduates. At the same time, MPISD Superintendent Judd Marshall, and CHISD Superintendent Daniel Pritchett, welcomed the guests and congratulated the seniors on their accomplishments, challenging each of them to use their talents and gifts to make the world a better place through loving others.
Dr. Clint Davis, the pastor of First Baptist Church, brought the central message of the evening, inviting them to share their blessings with others and not give in to selfish pursuits.
The graduates each received a bible from their respective high school principals. The program ended with a song, “I Can Make a Difference,” by members of the MPHS choir. Finally, Chapel Hill Salutatorian, Presley Applegate, prayed a closing prayer of blessing on all the attendees.