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355 GHS grads well prepared to take the next step

Another graduating class is now ready to enter college, trade school, and the workforce, as 355 students crossed the stage of Kaplan Arena on the campus of William and Mary to receive their Gloucester High School diplomas Saturday morning.

“While looking at this senior class, there are many accomplishments,” GHS principal Craig Reed said in his opening remarks. “Although this is one of the smallest graduating classes at Gloucester High School these graduates have earned over $3 million in awards and scholarships.”

This figure is one of the largest in the school’s history despite the smaller class size, a fact that every speaker involved in the commencement would highlight.

“Truly, this is a joint celebration in which all stakeholders should be proud,” Reed said. “I am confident that this graduating class will make their parents, their school, and their community proud as they become contributors to a 21st century society.”


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