Tag: Graduation

Seniors and parents attend cord ceremony. Courtesy of Camilla Hoang

Audience at cord ceremony delivers standing ovation for injured senior Benjamin Wikander

On April 11, at 9:30 a.m., the graduating seniors of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School gathered in the auditorium for the annual cord ceremony. With every seat in the auditorium packed with students and parents, over 50 percent of the graduating class of 2018 were granted gold cords for having a weighted GPA of 3.75 or higher, and those who […]

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Senior Zack Kaufman poses with two of his former teachers before the ceremony begins.

Eagles leave the nest

High school graduation is a culmination of the hard yet rewarding work that students put into their last four years before college. Marjory Stoneman Douglas’ graduation took place on June 6, at Nova Southeastern University. The ceremony began with the four faculty marshals, Donna Amelkin, Jeff Foster, Katherine Gilliam, and Stacy Lippel leading the graduates into the room and guiding […]

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Faculty Marshals revealed for Graduation

Faculty Marshals revealed for Graduation

Every year, high schools across the nation send off their graduating class into the next chapter of their lives with a graduation ceremony- the end of their four-year long journey. However, it is the group that leads those graduates into the ceremony that ultimately established a relationship with those seniors and succeed in helping them reach that graduation stage. That […]

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