Southeast community photo gallery for Jan. 7, 2016 _lowres

Photo provided by Meghan Parrish -- The Baton Rouge General School of Nursing’s 2015 graduating class includes, first row from left, Emily Carroll, Callie Foster, Molly Toepfer, Jennifer Hart, Missy Polito, Frances Kern, Alli Carter, Alexandra Kapota and Brandi Eddy; second row, Ashlynn Ferguson, Christina Mizell, Hillary Hullett, Jillian Henry, Haley Bourgoyne, Meghan Brandt, Ebony Wilson, Kandace Russell and Valerie Gray; third row, Shelby Sonnier, Sheriese Ramsey, Rachel Devall, Lydia Gill, George Johnson, Shandrica Street, Cambri Prevost, Brielle Kluka Rick and Renae Riley; and fourth row, Alexander Jones, Ryan Shank, Erin Gorman, Ana Boudreaux, Brittany Antill, Ashleigh Poddar, Megan Gates, Daniel Farrell and Daniel Goodman.

Three dozen registered nursing candidates received their degrees from Baton Rouge General’s School of Nursing on Dec. 10 during a ceremony at Broadmoor United Methodist Church.

The graduates are Brittany Antill, Ana Boudreaux, Haley Bourgoyne, Meghan Brandt, Emily Carroll, Alli Carter, Rachel Devall, Brandi Eddy, Daniel Farrell, Ashlynn Ferguson, Callie Foster, Megan Gates, Lydia Gill, Daniel Goodman, Erin Gorman, Valerie Gray, Jennifer Hart, Jillian Henry, Hillary Hullett, George Johnson, Alexander Jones, Alexandra Kapota, Frances Kern, Brielle Kluka Rick, Christina Mizell, Ashleigh Poddar, Missy Polito, Cambri Prevost, Sheriese Ramsey, Renae Riley, Kandace Russell, Ryan Shank, Shelby Sonnier, Shandrica Street, Molly Toepfer and Ebony Wilson.

“We are so proud of our nurses and look forward to working with them as they begin their careers,” said Anna Cazes, chief nursing officer at Baton Rouge General. “Our nursing classes have consistently maintained a pass rate above state and national averages for the past 32 years and go on to be superstars all over the country.”

A number of students were honored for demonstrating the values of Baton Rouge General, a news release said.

“As with all of our graduates, this class represents special talents and gifts that translate into authentic caring and acts of personal service,” said School of Nursing Director Carol Tingle.