Hats Off to Antigo High School Class of 2019 Graduates!
Introducing Your Antigo High School Class of 2019 Valedictorian, Salutatorian & Class President! Congratulations on all of your accomplishments!
Elyse Incha – Valedictorian
The final year of being a high schooler at AHS is drawing to a close; it all seems so unreal. But, as more and more “lasts” pass by (last game, last show, last practice), the more tangible the end of the year becomes. I’ll always remember my time at Antigo High School fondly, especially time spent in the choir room or the Volm during musical and time spent with all of the great friends I’ve made over the years. Just as with everything in life, as the “lasts” pass by, they make room for more firsts. I’m excited to be starting college in the fall at UW-Madison, planning on majoring in Astronomy-Physics. As I go forward facing my new “firsts”, I’ll never forget my time here at AHS or any of the family I have made along the way.
Sebastian Noskowiak – Salutatorian
These last four years I have made a substantial amount of new friends due to clubs and sports such as DECA, FCA, Spanish Club, National Honors Society, Baseball, and Basketball. I remember freshman year like it was yesterday. One particular memory from freshman year was when I had to help the varsity basketball team prepare for their playoff game against Rhinelander. I’ve never done more standing around at a practice before that moment in my entire life. We were working on a strategy called “Shaw Ball” or stall ball. All though we weren’t sure if it would work or not, we all signed the board and showed our commitment to our Coach Jesse Shaw and his strategy. It ended up paying off with a 14-11 victory over Rhinelander. I’ve dedicated myself to my academics the past four years in hopes of earning the title of salutatorian; I have done just that. I will be attending Saint Norbert College next fall and I will be a Pre-Med major. I would like to thank my parents, Dean and Jean Noskowiak, for always supporting me in my sports and academics. Additionally, I have extreme gratitude for my grandparents, Robert and Rachel Noskowiak. Finally, I would like to thank Coach Jesse Shaw and Coach Scott Farmer for shaping me into the man I am today.
Harley Anderson – Class President
With 100% confidence, I can say that the memories I have made in high school will stick with me for the rest of my life. My involvement in various activities has allowed me to grow as a leader and stay involved in many aspects of high school life. Upon graduating, I will be attending Concordia University- Wisconsin for pre-pharmacy and plan to continue into their Doctor of Pharmacy program. The four years I have spent at Antigo High School have done an incredible job of preparing me for my future. I will forever be amazed at the endless support provided by our teachers. I advise all future high school students to attend every sporting event, field trip, or class activity that you can. These are the times that you will miss the most.