A Baccalaureate Mass will be held on May 31 at 7 p.m. at Mary, Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Sammamish. Courtesy photo of Eastside Catholic School.

A Baccalaureate Mass will be held on May 31 at 7 p.m. at Mary, Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Sammamish. Courtesy photo of Eastside Catholic School.

Redmond residents to graduate from Eastside Catholic today

A Baccalaureate Mass was held on May 31.

  • Monday, June 3, 2019 8:30am
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Eastside Catholic’s graduation ceremony for the class of 2019 will be held at 7:30 p.m. on June 3 at Benaroya Hall in Seattle.

This will be the 37th graduating class for Eastside Catholic, with 175 students participating in the ceremony. Twenty-one of those students are from Redmond.

Ninety-eight percent of graduates will be attending 82 different colleges in 28 states and Canada in the fall. Ninety-eight seniors will be graduating with honors.

A Baccalaureate Mass will be held at 7 p.m. this evening at Mary, Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Sammamish.

Eastside Catholic’s Redmond graduates are: Brandon Bendix, Iain Kirby, Kevin Brown, Jason Medeiros, Elizabeth Brummer, Regan Murphy, Matthew Cochran, Geneviève Paduano, Chloe D’Hers, Anthony Pella, John Dias, Bailey Reed, Audrey Edwards, Felipe Rivera-Uribe, Max Englehart, Andres Rivera-Uribe, Mary Foley, Catherine Vaughn, Sophie Giacobbe and Anders Vogele.




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