Almost 200 Ledyard High School seniors celebrated their graduation on Saturday morning.
Class valedictorian Aidan Desjardins started high school in New London as a timid kid in an unknown environment. He said he found a community where he could excel. It changed him.
Montville High School graduated 144 students on Friday, June 14.
The graduating Class of 2019 was part of the second-most successful drama production in the school's history, seven state championships and more than 20,000 community service hours.
The East Lyme High School Class of 2019 graduated on Friday evening.
Norwich Technical High School Class of 2019 valedictorian Matt Fells said that no matter where they go next, his classmates will face challenges, and he urged them to meet those challenges “straight on, with high expectations for yourself.”
Student speeches detailing the challenges that lie ahead and other life lessons delivered by school faculty, lovingly help set the tone for Lyme-Old Lyme High School’s 46th graduation ceremony, which awarded diplomas to 115 graduates dressed in royal blue caps and gowns.
The Wheeler High School Class of 2019 didn’t get to graduate Wednesday in the new building they in part helped get built, but growing up through the school modernization project gave them the skills they need to succeed.
The 484 members of the Norwich Free Academy Class of 2019 graduated Wednesday.
The commencement ceremony was held Tuesday evening at the Coast Guard Academy.
Taught the principles of delayed gratification and grit, 31 students graduated Tuesday morning.
All 30 members of class will go on to higher education, head of school says.
Commencement exercises for New London Adult Education and Continuing Education were to be held Friday at New London High School, where a host of students from across the region were receiving high school and GED diplomas.
Sixty-five Saint Bernard students entered a new chapter during the school's 61st commencement ceremony at Saint Patrick's in Norwich on Friday night.
The 563 graduates in the Three Rivers Community College Class of 2019 received their degrees and certificates on Wednesday.
As threats against the U.S. grow more complex, "demand for the unique expertise and unmatched breadth of Coast Guard has never been greater," U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton said to the Coast Guard Academy's Class of 2019.
College President Katherine Bergeron urged this year’s graduates to not only remember the school’s first graduating class, but to be “glad to dare” as they had 100 years ago.
Custodians at Connecticut College align the rows of chairs set-up for Sunday's commencement exercises on Tempel Green Thursday afternoon.