LEAPING INTO THE FUTURE
Graduates take flying leaps into the Dell at The Hill School following the graduation ceremony May 26. For more photos from the Hill School’s graduation ceremony,
POTTSTOWN » The Hill School’s class of 2018 officially said goodbye May 26 as students shook hands and walked across the stage, diploma in tow.
The Hill School presented diplomas to 148 graduates at the school’s 167th annual commencement ceremony. Under a tent on the school’s field, students eagerly awaited the moment they had been looking forward to for four years as they said their goodbyes and looked forward to the future.
Retiring Hill School teacher James Reifsnyder spoke to students about important life lessons and what his time at The Hill School has meant to him just before awards were given and diplomas were distributed.
As is tradition, students changed into their alumni T-shirts and took a leap into the Dell in celebration following the ceremony.
The Hill School Class of 2018 celebrated with a dip in the Dell following commencement.
Each graduate at The Hill School placed a special dollar coin into a collection box at the end of the stage after receiving their diploma so that a donation could be made to the alumni fund from each graduating student.
Graduates sang The Hill School Fight Song as they celebrated in the Dell following the commencement for the Class of 2018.
Holding their diplomas and flashing smiles, graduates of The Hill School Class of 2018 were ready and eager to change into their alumni T-shirts and take the traditional jump in the Dell following the ceremony.
A few graduates at May 26’s Hill School commencement were given their diploma by family members on the faculty.
Graduates of The Hill School’s Class of 2018 applaud their teachers for their work in helping them get to this moment. Commencement exercises were held on Saturday, May 26.
Students strutted across the stage with their diplomas as they celebrated being part of The Hill School’s Class of 2018.
Students at The Hill School were all smiles as they walked off the stage with their diplomas.