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Centennial High School Valedictorian and Salutatorian
Centennial High School Valedictorian and Salutatorian
Kimba Rael
Friday, May 21, 2021

Centennial High School is proud to announce its top graduating Seniors. Anastasia Salcido-Maestas, Salutatorian, and Alexandria Taylor, Valedictorian, for the Class of 2021. 

Anastasia Salcido- Maestas is the Class of 2021 Seniors Salutatorian. Receiving this title is a great accomplishment that she will cherish, and Anastasia has pledged to do her best to represent Centennial positively with this honor. This title took time and dedication throughout all four years of High School that pushed her as a person beyond her limits to challenge herself in ways she didn't think she was able to accomplish. Anastasia enjoys sports, hunting, outdoor activities, video games, and spending time with her family and friends. She believes that as an individual you have to push yourself and be the bigger person in life in order to better yourself and all those who look up to you. In representing the Senior Class of 2021, Anastasia will continue to express her academic diligence through her higher education and the career field she chooses.

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Alexandria Taylor, an eighteen-year-old student at Centennial High School is the Valedictorian for the Class of 2021. She is the daughter of Aaron and Pam Taylor, and the granddaughter of Lydia Taylor and the late Orlando Taylor and Oliver and Esther Manzanares. She has lived in San Luis all her life and enjoys the many opportunities it provides her to enjoy the outdoors. Alexandria’s hobbies include reading, camping, hunting, and spending time with her family. After high school, Alexandria plans to attend Colorado State University-Pueblo, where she has been accepted, to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and become a registered nurse.

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