More than 6,000 diplomas will be handed out this month to the Class of 2019 across the 17 high schools that make up the Fulton County School System. 

Special recognition is given to the two highest performing students, who were named valedictorian and salutatorian at each school. (Note: All information provided by the Fulton County School System).

 

Alpharetta High School

Valedictorian – Kylee Rahm

Kylee Rahm is the daughter of LaRae and Alexander Rahm and will be attending Brigham Young University in the fall. At Alpharetta High, Kylee was president of the Unified Raiders club, vice president of the National English Honors Society and secretary of the French Club.  She was a National Laureate for the National French Contest, and a state qualifier for the Future Business Leaders of America club.  Kylee was also a four-year starter and captain on the AHS varsity lacrosse team and played on the Eagle Stix Lacrosse team in the summer. Outside of school, Kylee is a youth representative for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Alpharetta and Johns Creek area), a tutor and lacrosse coach, and volunteered at Northside Hospital Forsyth.

Salutatorian – Dheeraj Eldnani

Dheeraj Eldnani will attend Georgia Institute of Technology and major in computer science. He is the son of Seema Bijlani and Deepak K. Eldnani. At AHS, Dheeraj was the vice president of the Raspberry Pi Club, and a member of the Future Business Leaders of America club, National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, debate team and math team. He was selected to participate in the Governor’s Honors Program. Outside of school, Dheeraj co-founded CodingCoach and is involved in Coursera and the YMCA leaders’ program. 

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