GRADUATION 2018

Hailey Cerrato, who graduated from Concord High School this month, has terrific vision.And it has nothing to do with her eyes.This vision refers to...

A little over 30 years ago, six credits shy of graduating, Peter Allen Martell Jr. dropped out of Manchester Memorial High School.His girlfriend...

Eighteen-year-old Megan Newhall graduated from John Stark Regional High School on Saturday with a self-published book already on her resume and her...

Standing before his peers, Nicholas Randos spoke with his foot in two worlds.There was the world he was leaving behind: the four years at Belmont...

Change is coming, and Kearsarge Regional High School graduates were told Saturday it’ll be their job to choose their path going forward.“You will...

Traditions and symbols are always part of a high school graduation, and Saturday in Pittsfield was no different.A likeness of the school mascot, a...

Ryan Heath likes to joke that the Merrimack Valley High School Class of 2018 is the best class the school has ever seen.They were the class that...

They arrived with individual plans, hopes and dreams.Lexus Frechette was thinking of her aspirations to study conservation, and one day work with...

As the departing rector of St. Paul’s School looked over the 2018 graduating form and gave his final graduation speech for the prep school, Michael...

Once, Cheyenne Martin, angry, rebellious and confused from a difficult childhood, wanted no part of high school.But Friday night, at the Second...

Hopkinton High graduates on Friday celebrated their tight-knit town and reflected on the meaning and importance of community.Donning robes of white...

The future will bring exponential change, require unifying a divided country, and include many curveballs.But Pembroke Academy’s 179 graduates were...

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