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Photos: Salute to the Stoughton Central School Class of 2024

Nineteen grads were part of the Class of 2024 at Stoughton Central School.

Editor's note: We are proud to present our salute to the Class of 2024 at the Stoughton Central School. We congratulate the grads on this important milestone, and we wish them all of the best in the future. Also, thanks to the sponsors who supported this initiative. 

STOUGHTON - Stoughton Central School celebrated a large graduating class on June 15 with festivities at both the school and in the community.

A total of 19 graduates accepted their diplomas for graduating high school and embarked into the next phase of their lives.

Administrative assistant Jaycee Piper said that in addition to the presentation of the diplomas, there were other highlights at the event. The drum group from the nearby Ocean Man First Nations performed. Award and scholarship recipients were revealed during the ceremony.

Tributes were made to the teachers, the parents and the graduates. Valedictorian Shelby Vogel addressed the grads.

Piper said it was a larger grad class than normal. Typically, Stoughton would have around a dozen Grade 12s to celebrate. Last year they had four. It wasn't difficult planning for a much larger grad class, she said, as the ceremony is a well-run event.

It's a special grad class this year, Piper said, and she looks forward to seeing what they will accomplish in the future.

Once the ceremony was finished, the grads visited the New Hope Pioneer Lodge in Stoughton. Residents were pleased to see the grads dressed in their finest clothes.

There was also a grad parade through the town for those who weren't able to attend the grad.