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Congratulations to the graduates of Niceville High School’s 2024 Class! 


The class of 2024 started in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and had plenty to overcome as we adjusted to a Brave New World. 

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The young people of the class of 2024 have many achievements to take collective pride in. Niceville High School was one of the three schools with high school students to earn an A rating – the other two were Collegiate High School and the Laurel Hill School. 


The Eagle Track Team has several state championships – the boys earning one for every year they were in high school.


Senior Basketball Player Anna Kimball scored more than 1,000 points in her career as she worked her way up to the next level at Rollins College – where she will play starting this fall. 


The Boys Soccer Team made it to the Final Four of the Florida State High School Athletic Association Tournament before losing to the eventual state champions, Viera High School. 


Senior Midfielder on the lacrosse team, Garrison LeMire was named the Taylor Haugen Trophy Winner for 2024. 


Niceville Cheer were named State Champions once again. 


The Eagle Pride Marching Band marched with the world’s best at the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California on New Year’s Day. 


The thespians of the drama department put on two shows this year – Newsies and 12 Angry Jurors. 


And – Principal Charlie Marello was named the Okaloosa County Principal of the year to cap it all off. 


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