Leading the Ascension Catholic Dioceasan Regional High School's Class of 2019 were twins, valedictorian Madison Zeringue and salutatorian Mason Zeringue.

Baccalaureate Awards and Mass were held at 7 p.m. May 9 and Commencement at 2 p.m. May 11, both at Ascension of Our Lord Church in Donaldsonville. The Class of 2019 included of 48 graduates, with 27 earning Honor Graduate status.

Madison Zeringue is the daughter of Aimee Zeringue, and she plans to major in social work at Southeastern Louisiana University. She anticipates a TOPS Performance Award and is the recipient of the Southeastern Louisiana University’s Honor Scholarship, ExCel Scholarship, Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Scholarship, CF Industries Scholarship, and the Donaldsonville Chapter AARP Scholarship.

Her leadership roles included presiding over her school as the Executive Student Council Secretary along with being a delegate to Louisiana Girls’ State. She was a member of the Beta Club where she served as president her senior year. She was also a district and state literary rally participant for two years as well as a March for Life participant and Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council member for two years. She was a member of the National Honor Society, was an Academic Lamp and Bar recipient for four years, and earned numerous subject medals throughout her high school career. She will graduate with 24 hours of college credit.

Her brother, Mason Zeringue, salutatorian, said he plans to major in engineering at LSU Eunice while also pursuing baseball. Mason anticipates a TOPS Performance Award and is the recipient of a baseball scholarship from LSU Eunice. His high academics and talents in sports led to him being recognized for the Academic All-State Composite Teams in both football and baseball. He was the 2018-2019 Student of the Year as well as the Donaldsonville Chamber of Commerce Teenager of the Year.

He was a member of the High School Beta Club and National Honor Society, was an Academic Lamp and Bar recipient for four years, and earned numerous subject medals throughout his high school career. He represented his school as a member of the 2018-2019 Homecoming Court. He will graduate with 12 hours of college credit.

Class 2019

Isabelle Cecile Abadie

Ethan Joseph Arceneaux

Jamar Dontrell Barber

Rodney Paul Blanchard

Dakota Michelle Bonadona

Haley Clare Bouchereau

Armani Malynn Braud

Stephen Mark Breaux

John Michael Broussard

Alex Michael Cedotal

Alden Jude Charlet

Nydia Maude Marie Cooper

Dillion Jay Davis

Brooke Alise Delatte

Janet Diaz

William Richard Dunn

Ashlyn Nicole Falcon

Matthew Brian Foster

Andre’ Lloyd Giroir

Marie Cecile Grisaffe

Alex Charles Gros

Parker Reid Hales

Richard Alexander Hebert

Cody Michael Jacobs

Trevor Reece Johnson

Mason Slade Klack

Jessica Renee Laiche

Aaron Joseph Landry

Andrew Joseph Landry

Elaine Michelle Landry

Lauren Elizabeth Landry

Morgan Katherine Lavigne

Brianna Lee Lee

Julia Camille Lemann

Jacob Ray Matirne

Meredith Cecile Medine

Michael Joseph Medine

Layne Elizabeth Melancon

John Lucien Mire

Caroline Alexis Rome

Chase Derelle Southall

Reece John Templet

Jamil Arell Truxillo

Catherine Anne Villa

Cody Jude Waguespack

Hunter Michael Walker

Madison Anne Zeringue

Mason Anthony Zeringue