Prairie View Thunderhawks fly from the nest

Luke Zarzecki
lzarzecki@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 5/26/22

Prairie View High School graduated 377 students on May 26 at the CU Coors Events Center in Boulder. 

According to Amy Bailon, the school's lead counselor, the seniors received $3.8 million in …

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Prairie View Thunderhawks fly from the nest

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Prairie View High School graduated 377 students on May 26 at the CU Coors Events Center in Boulder. 

According to Amy Bailon, the school's lead counselor, seniors received $3.8 million in scholarships, which is the most money awarded in the school's history. 

Speakers included Bailon, Principal Michael Burke, salutatorian Hunter Bigelow, valedictorian Kathleen Aguilar and teacher Jean Schneider. 

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