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School News

By Michelle Taylor

On Thursday June 10, Elizabeth Forward High School celebrated the 67th graduating class with the students of 2021.  With the bleachers in the Warrior stadium full of proud parents, family, and friends, the students said goodbye to one journey and began another. 

 

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Elizabeth Forward graduating seniors on the field at Warrior Stadium

The valedictorians to address the class of 144 students were Bailey Ann McLaughlin, Christian Teo Guinto-Brody, and Alexa Grace Honick.  There were numerous achievements, military recruits, honors, and awards that students received.  The young adults have come a long way from the aftermath of 9-11 to the recuperation of the coronavirus.  There's no doubt these kids are a truly strong generation and as they tossed their caps into the air for an unknown but exciting beginning, a new chapter in their life had begun.  Congratulations to the Class of 2021.

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