The 2018 senior class from Foley High School graduated on Monday, May 14, at Ivan Jones Stadium. The class consisted of more than 300 seniors, with 53 graduating with top honors. Though the day suffered rain showers during the early afternoon, the weather cleared up in time for the seniors to have a great ceremony. Senior Class President Jack DeTombe (pictured at the podium) welcomed family, friends, county and city officials, and of course, the graduates. The 2018 seniors are leaving a donation as their gift to the school, hoping that the funds can be used to purchase supplies and additions to classrooms to benefit future students in their academic careers. The Presentation of Graduates’ Diplomas was done by Foley High Principal Russ Moore, while Class Vice-President Jarrett Styron led the invocation and Class Secretary Garrett White presented the senior gift.