King's Ridge has commencement exercises



ALPHARETTA, Ga. – King’s Ridge Christian School (KRCS) celebrated its seventh commencement exercises in front of an enthusiastic community of faculty, family and friends Saturday, May 18.

With 100 percent college acceptance, this group of 18 young men and women are all headed to a variety of large public universities or smaller private colleges.

The graduates are the final class in a series of smaller graduating classes, and they have qualified for more than $1.17 million in scholarships not including any awards from the HOPE scholarship.

Each student was individually recognized for their unique talents and outstanding academic achievements including valedictorian Molly Anderkin and salutatorian Ryan Mazzilli.

KRCS will open its doors to a new 45,454-square-foot high school and the Kendrick Center for Life Impact later this summer.

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