He began thanking his parents saying, "Mom and dad, it has been seven years since I told you I would learn English, graduate from high school and go to college. Tonight, I am pleased to announce that I am halfway there."
The members of the Class of 2010 were presented their diplomas, followed by a solo by Amanda Craig, choral student and graduate, and a prayer by Garrett Trickey.
MPHS Principal Judd Marshall was the master of ceremonies for the night and began with inviting Lucas Quary to the stage to give the opening prayer.
Joshua Soto, Salutatorian of the class, was next at the podium and gave a speech asking his fellow seniors to remember where they had been, and what they had been though to get to where they are and encouraged them to use that knowledge to propel them forward into the future.
Marshall introduced the next speaker to the podium, Valedictorian Feiran Chen whose speech implored the seniors as they head into the world to remember the valuable things they can take away from their years at MPHS.
Chen went on to recall all of the things he learned from his friends at school, from the mundane to the important.
"If something knocks us down, we get back up. If opportunity does not knock, we will make our own doors," Soto told his fellow classmates.
Caitlin McRight was then brought to the stage to give the presentation to the parents of the seniors. "A family is like a wolf pack," said McRight. "Without our parents we would be lone wolves in search of our way."
The night began with the playing of the class song, "Don't Stop Believing" by Journey as the members of the school board, MPHS administrations and counselors made their way to seats on the stage.
The senior class president Teofilo Marquez was next up on stage to give his address. Marquez spoke of lost classmates and how he wished they could be walking with them, as well as thanking the family members of the class and the teachers that helped him through the years.
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Soto remembered his time at MPHS, the likes and the dislikes, the times that everybody laughed and even the sad times.
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"Everybody has their place here," said Chen. "From the UIL nerds, band geeks, baseball stars, football heroes, Mr. Nice guys, punks and so on. Despite the differences we all have been able to learn from each other."
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