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Beatty Class of 2019 graduates

Beatty High School is celebrating its new graduates. The school’s graduation ceremony took place May 24 in the school gymnasium.

The graduating class of 2019 included 24 students, two-thirds of whom are from Amargosa Valley.

The class valedictorian was Angelina Altman, with a GPA of 3.89 (3.96 weighted), and the salutatorian was Courtney Willis, with a 3.81 GPA (3.91 weighted).

In the May 24 Pahrump Valley Times and on pvtimes.com, see writer Richard Stephens’ story on the 2019 graduating class.

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