Lakota High School Class of 2020

Alexandra Anderson

Future Plans: I will be attending college at the University of Minnesota Crookston double majoring in animal science and equine science for pre veterinary medicine.

Brooke Aronson

Future Plans: I will be attending NDSCS in Wahpeton to major in Business Management with an emphasis in Administration and Finance

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Brady Bartlett

Future Plans: Undecided

Emily Bina

Future Plans: I will be attending North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton for dental hygiene

Briar Halberg

Future Plans: I will be attending Minnesota State University Moorhead for a double major in nursing and elementary education.

Evan Halvorson (Honor student)

Future Plans: In the fall, I will be attending the University of North Dakota to major in biology/pre-medicine. After completing four years of undergraduate studies, I intend on applying to medical school to earn my Medical Doctorate (M.D.) degree. My goal is to one day become a surgeon.

Jonathan Haman

Future Plans: Summer internship job at CHS in Lakota. Attend UM of Crookston majoring in Ag Systems Management with minor in Agronomy

Brooke Johnson

Future Plans: I plan on attending U of M Crookston to finish generals, then continuing my school wherever life may lead me to get a masters in Developmental Psychology and hopefully take some photography or graphic design classes too!!

Kendra Kremer (Honor student)

Future Plans: I will be attending college at North Dakota State University majoring in Social Work

Brady Larson (Honor student)

Future Plans: Attending Lake Region State College majoring in Precision Agriculture and building up my own farm

Ryan Linstad

Future Plans: I have been accepted to attend MSUM of Moorhead, MN this fall. I plan on majoring in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing. If that doesn’t work out, I plan to travel the world selling bowling balls.

Matthew Koski

Future Plans: Attending Crookston for Precision Ag

Dalton Schmidt

Future Plans: Becoming one of the best taxidermist in the state

Marc Stigleman

Future Plans: Just go with the flow

School Mascot: Lakota Raiders

Graduation Information: 1 p.m. on Sunday, May 31. Private ceremony for family only.

Class Flower: Alstroemeria-white

Class Colors: Maroon, Navy, gray, white

Class Motto:

“Take pride in how far you’ve come. Have faith in how far you can go. But don’t forget to enjoy the journey.”