Westerville South High School's senior class will graduate at 6 p.m. May 28 at the Ohio Expo Center's Celeste Center, 717 E. 17th St.

Westerville South High School's senior class will graduate at 6 p.m. May 28 at the Ohio Expo Center's Celeste Center, 717 E. 17th St.

The commencement ceremony will feature speeches by graduating seniors Breyona Colley and Zack Paganini, who were selected by a panel of the school's staff and administration following tryouts.

Westerville South's Academic Varsity, or top 10 graduating seniors, include:

Clayton Thomas, son of Craig and Joanne Thomas, will graduate with a 4.6288 grade point average. He played travel ice hockey and baseball and was a member of the National Honor Society.

Thomas plans to attend The Ohio State University to major in mechanical engineering. He is a recipient of Ohio State's Maximus Scholarship.

Benson Jung, son of Bourbon and Lori Jung, will graduate with a 4.6125 grade point average. He was a member of the cross country, swimming and track teams.

Jung plans to attend OSU to major in material science. He was awarded Ohio State's Maximus Scholarship and Excellence Scholarship, State Farm's NMSC Scholarship, the Walter H. Kidd Award and the Material Science Engineering Award.

Stephen Moon, son of Matthew and Theresa Moon, will graduate with a 4.6049 grade point average. He was a member of marching band and theater, and was active in his church.

Moon plans to attend The Ohio State University to major in aerospace engineering and welding engineering. He has received the State of Ohio Award of Merit, AEP's National Merit Scholarship, OSU's Distinguished Merit Scholarship and the Walter S. Kidd Award.

Jacklyn Farrow, daughter of Donald and Diane Farrow, will graduate with a 4.6044 grade point average. She was a member of the cross country team, In the Know and Key Club.

Farrow plans to attend the University of Alabama but is undecided as to a major. She has received the Presidential Merit Scholarship and the James E. Casey ONGEA.

Janet Adegboye, daughter of Emmanuel and Felicia Adegboye, will graduate with a 4.5835 grade point average. She is a member of the tennis team, her church's youth group, In the Know, Cooking Club, Diversity Club and the National Honor Society.

Adegboye plans to attend The Ohio State University to major in microbiology. She has received OSU's Maximus Scholarship, the Morrill Scholar's Program Distinction, the National Achievement Scholarship, a Battelle scholarship and was a distinguished finalist for the Natioanl Achievement program.

Elizabeth Gauen, daughter of Mark and Katherine Gauen, will graduate with a 4.5579 grade point average. She was a member of the soccer, swimming and track and field teams, the National Honor Society, Key Club, the Girl Scouts and her church's youth group.

Gauen plans to attend the University of Illinois to major in chemical engineering. She is a recipient of the University Achievement Scholarship and the James Scholar Program.

Barbara Kreider, daughter of Timothy Kreider and Emily Journey, will graduate with a 4.4888 grade point average. She was a member of the varsity tennis team for three years and is an active member of Xenos Christian Fellowship; she traveled to Mississippi to rebuild homes after Hurricane Katrina.

Kreider plans to attend The Ohio State University to major in biomedical science. She is a recipient of Ohio State's Maximus Scholarship.

Megan Carpenter, daughter of Bill and Donna Carpenter, will graduate with a 4.4433 grade point average. She was a member of marching band and concert band, and participated in charity bake sales.

Carpenter plans to attend Cornell University to major in chemical engineering.

Sarah Markle, daughter of Thomas and Diane Markle, will graduate with a 4.4272 grade point average. She was a member of the cross country and track teams, Interact Club and orchestra.

Markle plans to attend Brigham Young University to major in economics and international relations. She has received a scholarship from the university.

Emily Dennis, daughter of Kurt and Cindy Dennis, will graduate with a 4.4193 grade point average.

She was captain of the varsity golf team, a volunteer at local parks and a member of Key Club, Lifeline Christian Mission and the National Honor Society.

Dennis plans to attend Centre College to major in biochemistry or pre-pharmacy. She has been awarded a Colonel Scholarship.