He does it all: Pebblebrook valedictorian excels in academics, community service, music
by Philip Clements
June 01, 2015 12:27 AM | 2 2 comments | 29 29 recommendations | email to a friend
Recent graduate and valedictorian Drayton McJunkins said the diversity of opportunity is what makes Pebblebrook High School a special place. “The diversity is amazing,” McJunkins said. “At Pebblebrook, I was able to do anything I wanted to do, as well as everything I wanted to do.” Because of the school’s performing arts magnet program, McJunkins, 18, said he was able to feed off of the creative energy circulating around the school. “Al...
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