Lansing High School 66th Graduation

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Lansing High School 66th Graduation

 

grad_12075  students received their diplomas last Friday at Lansing High School's 66th Annual Commencement.  High School Principal Colleen Ledley said 45% of the class earned Regents diplomas with advanced designation.  8 students earned a technical endorsement through their work at TST BOCES in addition to their high school diplomas.  Six students have jobs lined up, and two are entering the military this summer. 

29 classmates are enrolled in two year colleges, and 38 will attend four year colleges.  64 seniors earned 557 college-now credits, averaging 8.7 college credits per student.  25 graduates took a total of 58 Advance Placement exams in ten subjects.  41 graduates were awarded over $29,000 in scholarships Friday evening.

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grad_PresClass President John Schafer

grad_SalSalutatorian Ronal Corgel

grad_ValValedictorian Rachel Brock

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grad_StarScholLansing Star Award Recipient Melissa Sprole

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grad_seeds_ledleyEach graduate put seeds in a pot as they received their diplomas. Principal Colleen Ledley admires the hand painted pot.

grad_flowersThe last to graduate, Domenick Zerilli handed over fully grown flowers in lieu of seeds
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by Ashley Fleming

cartercollagev2A donor has challenged us with a pledge of $1,000 if we find a good home for Carter before the end of the month! He has been in the shelter for 6 months and everyone here knows he deserves a wonderful home! Carter is an adult dog (BONUS! Already potty trained!) of moderate energy level. While he is content with long and quiet walks, he has been known to engage in raucously silly play sessions any time he's offered the opportunity (a fenced in yard would be wonderful, but is not a requirement for adoption). When walked by a handler with consistent expectations, his leash manners are wonderful for a dog his size. After a good romp, Carter craves nothing more than to flop on the nearest available lap and soak up as many tickles as scratches as possible.

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