Red and white mortarboards fill the air Saturday, May 25 as 178 Elizabeth High School seniors received their diplomas. EHS held its first graduation ceremony 100 years ago and the Class of 1913 proudly boasted three graduates.
Superintendent of Schools Douglas Bissonette congratulates Tanner Thompson during Elizabeth High School’s annual commencement exercises held Saturday, May 25. A valedictorian, Thompson received an appointment to the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.
Elizabeth High School valedictorian Lorrin Gavitt smiles for the camera during graduation exercises on Saturday, May 25. Gavitt, along with 177 of her fellow Cardinals received their diplomas during the two-hour outdoor ceremony.
Members of the EHS Elizabeth High School Class of 2013 reflect on their last four years of school during commencement exercises held Saturday, May 25. EHS awarded 178 diplomas during the school’s 100th annual graduation event.
Posted: Thursday, June 6, 2013 9:16 am
A brand new class of Cardinals spread their wings May 25 as Elizabeth High School's 100th annual commencement exercises got underway, awarding 178 seniors their long-awaited diplomas.
The Class of 2013 racked up more than $1.5 million in scholarships and grants, 21 graduates will enter military service and 77 percent will go on to college or vocational training. Superintendent Douglas Bissonette thanked the community for their role in supporting students and making graduation possible. The first graduating class of EHS — the Class of 1913 — had three proud graduates, according to the school's website.
Thursday, June 6, 2013 9:16 am.