The Bethlehem-Center High School class of 2018 received diplomas during a graduation ceremony held at the district’s stadium on June 1.
Speaking to classmates during the ceremony were this year’s valedictorian, Dominic Clutter, and salutatorian, Brandon Paul.
Dominic is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clutter of Amity.
In school, he was president of French Club, varsity soccer captain, varsity track captain, National Honor Society, student council, STEM Competition Team, Academic Competition Team, Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS), Envirothon, Science Club, TFIM, Drama Club, marching band, show choir, concert band, Leo Club and Relay for Life.
Outside of school, Dominic is active in the Church of the Covenant youth group, Washington City Mission, Grace Notes and Tuba Christmas.
He has earned the Wendy’s High School Heisman, Rotary Student of the Month, Herald-Standard Centennial Chevrolet Student Athlete, MVP Soccer, Italian-American Scholarship, The Jen Fund Scholarship, Brighter Days Scholarship, American Legion, Young Ambassador and John Krasko.
He plans to attend Youngstown State University where he will study industrial engineering.
Brandon is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Paul of Brownsville.
In school, he was vice president of National Honor Society, treasurer of Science Club, secretary of TFIM, a member of Peer Jury, a member of PJAS, marching band drum major, a member of concert band, show choir, Relay for Life, Academic League, Film Club, Leo Club, STEM Team and student council.
Outside of school, Brandon is active in his church youth group, Carnegie Science Museum volunteer, Boy Scouts of America and employed by Little Joey’s Pizzeria in Malden.
He has earned his Eagle Scout badge as well as 100 Hour Community Service, DAR Good Citizen Award and President’s Excellence Award.
He plans to attend Brigham Young University where he will study business.