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“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning.”
– T.S. Eliot, Class of 1906
Family, faculty, and friends stood witness as members of the Class of 2021 made an end to their time at Milton Academy during the School’s 222nd graduation exercises on Friday, June 11. With flowers in hand, the graduating class made its way to the formal ceremony on the lawn. Following an invocation by Chaplain Suzanne DeBuhr and welcome by Head of School Todd Bland, the student speakers, Benjamin Simpson and Thea Chung—elected by classmates to speak on their behalf—addressed the audience. Delivering the commencement address was Dr. Meika Tylese Neblett, Milton Academy Class of 1990 and physician executive at RWJ Barnabas Health.
Click here to view photos, read speeches, and watch video of the ceremony.
The Class of 2021 gathered under a tent on the Quad this Thursday morning to celebrate their peers at the Prize Assembly. Awards recognized overall student achievement as well as achievement in the performing arts, visual arts, English, science, math, classics, computer science, modern languages, history, public speaking, student publications and athletics.
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Visit Milton’s YouTube channel to watch online broadcasts of the School’s end-of-year events, including Milton’s graduation ceremony on June 11.
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