Twins Meira and Keren Doherty have captivated audiences with their talents, reciting Shakespeare, belting out power ballads, composing original songs and dancing their own choreography across the stage.
From Haiti, to Canada and finally to New London, Francesca Melynda Ledoux keeps focus on giving back.
Jacob Cannon, an Eagle Scout who describes himself as average, is getting ready to ship out for basic training.
Within weeks of her June 19 graduation, Vidianny Gonzalez said she would be headed to basic training in Chicago, and then on to nine weeks of culinary school in Virginia before being assigned to a Navy duty station.
Since the age of 7, East Lyme High School senior Noah am Ende said he has used dance as a medium to grow into who he is today.
NFA Class of 2020 graduate will study photography at Spelman College in Atlanta in fall.
Layla Wu has been planning on becoming a pilot for years, all the while impressing teachers and friends with her intelligence and quiet confidence.
Clayton Carini went to Hawaii last summer to study endangered ecosystems and ancient Hawaiian culture on the Big Island for his senior project, and would have led a student-run production of a "Star Wars" parody that he wrote.
For Lyme-Old Lyme High School seniors Kamber and Darin Hamou, the last four years has been a lesson about the importance of family both at home and within a community.
Fitch High School senior Krista Madore never stopped trying in high school. She got into all 10 colleges she applied to and now wants to become a DCF worker, or if not, a school social worker to help kids.
Connor Elci, 18, talks of music as a seasoned critic thrice his age might. With school librarian Matthew Cadorette, he co-hosts a podcast, "Lancer Library Radio."
Lily Flack struggled with a Lyme disease diagnosis for a year and a half but is feeling like herself again, and was recruited for sailing by St. Mary's College of Maryland.
Holland learned the value of hard work by growing up working on a farm. He earned a scholarship to pursue his associate degree in nuclear engineering and intern at the Millstone Power Plant.
"The biggest thing I've taken from this is that life can change at any moment. It's kind of a lesson I already learned, but I think everyone is starting to see it more with clear eyes," she said.
Georgia Corbett entered the middle college her junior year after being homeschooled, and took only college classes there.
After the death of his friend, Haseeb Qureshi isolated himself and didn't talk to anyone. He said his classmates at Saint Bernard helped him through it. "They put me into their community."