Group shot of the Wake County Public School System’s Class of 2017 high school valedictorians in the school system’s headquarters on May 2, 2017. All but Micala Merino, co-valedictorian of Holly Springs High School, are in the picture.
Group shot of the Wake County Public School System’s Class of 2017 high school valedictorians in the school system’s headquarters on May 2, 2017. All but Micala Merino, co-valedictorian of Holly Springs High School, are in the picture. Courtesy of Paul Cory/ Wake County Public School System
Group shot of the Wake County Public School System’s Class of 2017 high school valedictorians in the school system’s headquarters on May 2, 2017. All but Micala Merino, co-valedictorian of Holly Springs High School, are in the picture. Courtesy of Paul Cory/ Wake County Public School System
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Wake County honors Class of 2017 high school valedictorians

May 02, 2017 08:40 PM

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