Pottsgrove High School celebrates 2018 grads
Pottsgrove High School celebrated its 62nd commencement June 8 by awarding diplomas to 252 graduates. Members of the Class of 2018 made their way through an inflatable arch toward their seats on the field as friends and family cheered from the bleachers. Graduates were addressed by several school officials, including Principal William Ziegler, as well as fellow classmates C. Jasmin Bautista, vice president of the Class of 2018, and Alexander Ziemba, salutatorian.
Graduates waved, blew kisses and flashed smiles Friday as they walked onto the field at the commencement exercises for Pottsgrove High School’s class of 2018.
Graduates snap a selfie Friday during Pottsgrove High School’s 62nd commencement.
Graduates applaud their classmates as they await their turn to climb the stage and receive their diplomas. A total of 252 graduates received their diplomas Friday during Pottsgrove High School’s 62nd commencement.
Pottsgrove High School graduates were all smiles Friday as they walked off the stage with diplomas in tow.
Graduates displayed their diplomas proudly Friday as they walked off the stage to join their classmates for the last time.
Pottsgrove High School graduate Ashon Calhoun recites a poem entitled “Young Soldier” that he wrote specifically for graduation.
A vocal septet performed Billy Joel’s “And So It Goes” Friday at Pottsgrove High School’s 62nd commencement.
Salutatorian Alexander Ziemba addresses his fellow classmates Friday during Pottsgrove High School’s 62nd commencement.