Wednesday, June 6, 2012
High school's 50th commencement ceremony was held Tuesday night at Blossom Music Center.
It was chilly at Blossom Music Center on Tuesday night, but that didn’t dampen the spirits of the hundreds who gathered at the outdoor venue to celebrate the 50th graduating class of Woodridge High School. Woodridge Board of Education President Tammy Heffernan handed diplomas to the 153 Class of 2012 graduates showcased on the Blossom stage. Honored as the Top 10 in their class (names in boldface indicate students who received Honors Diplomas) were: The Class of 2012 also includes: Alexandra Mariam AbouAbdallah (class treasurer), Raymond Joseph Brian Allan (class president), Royalty Niarre' Allison, Emily Marie Anderson, Keione Stephen Artice, Isabella Grace Badger, Nicholas Joseph Balawender, Austin Robert Barnhart, David Allen Marcus …
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Commencement ceremony will be at Blossom Music Center from 7 to 9 p.m.
In 1999 they were kindergartners. Tonight, 153 seniors will walk across the stage and become the 50th graduating class of Woodridge High School. The commencement ceremony will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. at Blossom Music Center. No tickets are required to attend. Woodridge Principal Joel Morgan will serve as master of ceremonies, introducing speakers and announcing the Class of 2012’s Top 10 graduates. Instead of having just one valedictorian and one salutatorian, Woodridge recognizes the top 10 honor students from the entire graduating class. Speeches will be delivered by the five valedictorians, listed here in order of class rank: Angelina Moore, Alexander Minns, Alexander Spenik, Sara Bickett and Shervon Preston. Raymond Allan, a senior …
Sunday, June 3, 2012
Minutes before the Class of 2012 took center stage at Blossom on Wednesday, Curfman stood, addressed his peers and offered his words of wisdom.
Each year, Cuyahoga Falls High School picks a standout student from its senior class to give the commencement speech. This year, the honor went to George Curfman. Falls High assistant principal Bryan Seward said it was a "pretty incredible" speech, given that Curfman memorized the speech and recited it on stage without a hard copy. Check out the pdf and read his address.
Thursday, May 31, 2012
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