Graduates in Class of 2020: 626
Graduation Speakers: Sean Matthew Yetter, executive board president; Rachael Destiny Parson, senior class president
Senior Class Officers: President Rachel Destiny Parson; Vice President Charles Jeremy Metz; Secretary Emily Keating Loehrke; and Parliamentarian Sarah Elizabeth Burke.
National Merit Scholarship Corporation Commended Students: Ayumu Seiya, Jazalyn Fiona Belz, Andrea Celeste Brink, Thomas Joseph Ditsworth, Allison May Haab, Hannah R.S. Harris, Grace Katarina Jackson, Tyler Allen Johnson, John Martin Massa, Joshua David Nelson, Henry Isaac Pierce, Isabel Juliana Prath, Allen David Steinberg, Kaitlin Lee Wixted, Sean Matthew Yetter.
National Merit Scholarship Corporation Semifinalists: Ayumu Seiya, Jazalyn Fiona Belz, Sean Matthew Yetter.
National Merit Scholarship Corporation Finalists: Ayumu Seiya, Jazalyn Fiona Belz, Sean Matthew Yetter.
• Boys Cross Country State Champions: Robert Liking (all-state), Aidan King (all-state), Jonathan Olenek, Logan Bell
• Girls Swimming: Mary Jania and Hannah Murray, individual state medalists
• Boys Bowling State Champions: Edward Burgos, Joshua Cole, Nicholas Cutrara, Tyler Johnson (all-state)
• Boys Combined Swim Team State Champions: Joseph Scimeca (all-state for diving), Sean Yetter, Owen Mruk, Connor Drury, Matthew Boryk.
• Boys Soccer: Renato Avendano and Jake Settle, all-state
• Football: Dylan Barrett, all-state
• Girls Soccer: Elle McCaslin, all-state in 2018-19.
Theater productions: "The Glass Menagerie" and "Sense and Sensibility"
Senior Class gift: Class of 2020 T-shirt to all seniors
Homecoming Queen and King: Alexis Hydar and Jalen Farmer
Homecoming theme: Music Genres
What was new for the Class of 2020: New turf athletic field; addition to fitness center; remodeled gymnasium; new principal in 2018/2019.
Notable visitors: Mrs. Becky Savage, 525 Foundation; Mr. Josh Ochs, digital citizenship and online safety.
Principal's reflections on the Class of 2020: The St. Charles East High School Class of 2020 has exemplified "The Saints Way" through their leadership, academic, athletic, and extracurricular accomplishments, and service to the community over the past four years. Their resilience, spirit, and pride will serve as a model for future classes of Saints. I am extremely proud of each individual and the group as a whole, and am excited to see the positive impact they will continue to have on the greater community.
- Principal James Richter