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Wildcat Marching Band performance
The Wildcat Marching Band performed during the 2018 Richmond Memorial Day Parade. 
Wildcat senior definition of student-athlete
Kayla Huff, a senior at Edison High School and member of the Class of 2018, worked just as hard on the competition field as she did in the classroom as a Wildcat. She will enroll in the Civil Engineering program at the University of Akron in the fall having earned 55 college credits, totaling $27,500 in college tuition savings, thanks to the College Credit Plus (CCP) program and a dedicated group of teachers at Edison High School. 
Busy Edison senior makes time for college classes
Abigail Duvall, a member of the Class of 2018, has big goals and career aspirations when she enrolls at Ohio University in the fall. One of the biggest goals she achieved as a Wildcat was earning 55 college credits and saving her family $27,500 in college tuition costs through the College Credit Plus (CCP) program. 
Edison senior gets ahead with College Credit Plus program
Edison High School senior Frankie Russell wanted to challenge herself during high school and be better prepared for college, so she enrolled in the College Credit Plus (CCP) at EHS. Russell met the challenge and earned 52 college credits, totaling $26,000 in college tuition cost savings, which will follow her when she enrolls in the Trinity School of Nursing in the fall. 
Edison alumna keynote speaker at 2018 commencement

Edison High School will graduate 121 seniors during commencement exercises on May 25. The festivities will take place at Finnegan Fieldhouse at Franciscan University in Steubenville beginning at 7 p.m. Alumna Dr. Sara Snyder Graham will be the keynote speaker and will address the latest crop of grads on rising above negativity in life.

Early college graduation excites EHS senior
Logan PerryLogan Perry, a member of the Class of 2018 at Edison High School, enrolled in the College Credit Plus program with two goals: save money and graduate from college early. Logan will enroll in the Biochemistry program at Kent State University with 52 college credits that saves her family $26,000 in college tuition costs. 
EHS senior prepared for next steps in educational journey
McKenzie MorrisonMcKenzie Morrison has been involved in a wide array of activities during her time at Edison High School, including the College Credit Plus (CCP) program. 
Edison senior encourages future Wildcats to take advantage of opportunities
Candace MarcusEdison High School senior Candace Marcus saw an opportunity to complete college-level coursework before ever stepping foot on a college campus and took advantage of it. 
Edison senior plans to be an educator thanks to her teachers
Emily FerrellEmily Ferrell, a senior at Edison High School and member of the Class of 2018, has decided to pursue a career in education because of the experiences she’s had during her time in the Edison Local School District. 
Classic tractors and cars shine at Cruise-In
Dozens of farm and road vehicles were on display during the 12th Annual Classic Tractor Show & Car Cruisin’ on May 12 at Edison High School. 
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