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June 21, 2014; Updated: 11:02 pm
Dressed in blue or white caps and gowns, Ledyard High School's Class of 2014 confidently marched in two files — one right and one left — around the athletic field Friday evening.
June 20, 2014; Updated: 9:12 pm
Hundreds of family members, friends and relatives packed the stands at Robert E. Fitch High School's Dorr Field to watch the Class of 2014 receive their diplomas.
June 20, 2014; Updated: 9:03 pm
North Stonington educators regaled Wheeler High School’s 55 new graduates and four foreign exchange students Thursday with stream-of-consciousness lists of people, events and themes from their 13 years of schooling.
June 20, 2014; Updated: 9:13 pm
With 156 years of experience in its resume, Norwich Free Academy has become an expert at graduation ceremonies.
June 20, 2014; Updated: 9:10 pm
The sun shone brightly on the field by Lyme-Old Lyme High School Friday evening as blue and white balloons bobbed in the breeze, and the senior class warmly remembered their high school years and congratulated each other on their bright futures.
June 20, 2014; Updated: 9:05 pm
An incident last Friday not only changed Haley Barravecchia's graduation speech at Stonington High School Thursday but also her outlook on life.
June 20, 2014; Updated: 9:04 pm
Holding in his hand a list of the 121 graduates from Ella T. Grasso Technical High School Class of 2014, State Board of Education member Charles Jaskiewicz on Friday told graduates they were the “new future heroes that deal with reality.”
June 19, 2014; Updated: 9:01 pm
Waterford High School's 190 seniors were the first to graduate Wednesday after completing a full year at the new high school filled with 21st century gadgets such as interactive white boards and Wi-Fi in every room and thus have high expectations to...
June 19, 2014; Updated: 9:14 pm
As the soon-to-be graduates of the East Lyme High School Class of 2014 awaited their diplomas on Wednesday evening, their principal asked them to think of themselves as freshmen.
June 19, 2014; Updated: 9:14 pm
When Stonington High School teacher and softball coach Ann Marie Houle was in her senior year at the high school, she found herself in a physical education class with all freshmen.
June 18, 2014; Updated: 3:07 pm
A group of 23 seniors became the first graduates of the 3-year-old Marine Science Magnet High School in Groton on Tuesday.
June 18, 2014; Updated: 7:50 am
Thirty-one years after his own graduation from Montville High School, retired Army Col. Kevin Brown told Class of 2014 graduates at his alma mater that being scared is OK, and what really counts is finding the courage to continue.
June 18, 2014; Updated: 9:15 pm
Thirty-one students graduated Tuesday from Three Rivers Middle College Magnet High School.
June 18, 2014; Updated: 2:59 pm
The school, run by Natchaug Hospital, will close this month as a high school clinical day program, and the building will be converted into a preschool center housing the city’s Family Resource Center classes.
June 18, 2014; Updated: 2:26 pm
The recruits have completed an 880-hour basic training curriculum at the Connecticut Police Academy in Meriden, encompassing academic and practical skills, firearms, defensive tactics, patrol driving, penal code, motor vehicle law, laws of arrest,...
June 12, 2014; Updated: 12:14 am
Norwich Free Academy's post-graduate Life Skills, Employment, and Adult Development program started with just four students; this year, there are 12, and next year, NFA anticipates that 15 will be enrolled.
June 11, 2014; Updated: 12:13 am
Superintendent Nicholas A. Fischer lauded the perseverance and courage of a handful of students who overcame long odds — such as family tragedy, language barriers and medical conditions — to realize the goal of graduating high school.
June 8, 2014; Updated: 11:49 pm
Steven Craney was 11 when he had to attend a town government meeting to earn his Boy Scout merit badge.Steven sat at the packed Franklin town meeting listening to residents criticize the school budget and his teachers try to defend sports,...
June 5, 2014; Updated: 12:51 pm
If she could go back in time, Mia Hazel said she would. "I would do freshman year all over again," said Hazel, 18, who will graduate from Robert E. Fitch High School on June 20.
June 4, 2014; Updated: 10:37 am
It was sometime after he underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor that Jeremiah Kalbach announced he would graduate on time and with his classmates at Ledyard High School.
June 3, 2014; Updated: 5:57 pm
As crew team captain and stroke seat, East Lyme High School's Ehren Johnson sets the pace for the synchronized movements that propel the boat through the water.
June 2, 2014; Updated: 11:58 pm
When Ben Bundesmann began his freshman year at Stonington High School four years ago, "he kind of hid behind" the long hair that partially covered his face, according to guidance counselor Maureen Steinhoff.
June 1, 2014; Updated: 9:34 am
Freshman year of high school was difficult for Stephanie Reymundi. It was her first year in a public school and she didn't know many of the other students. The workload proved to be more rigorous than she expected.
May 31, 2014; Updated: 11:40 pm
UPDATED 6:14 p.m. A class of non-traditional students — some working three part-time jobs while going to college, others raising families while completing their studies — walked the floor of the Garde Arts...
May 31, 2014; Updated: 11:57 pm
Looking back, Tristan Pepin says it wasn’t just that he didn’t like middle school, but that he also didn’t like who he was at the time.
May 31, 2014; Updated: 12:10 am
The St. Bernard School graduation ceremonies Friday evening marked not only a milestone for the 55 seniors, but also significant passages for two school faculty.
May 31, 2014; Updated: 12:14 am
A list of Montville, New London Adult Education graduates for 2014
May 30, 2014; Updated: 12:18 am
Norwich Technical High School senior Thomas Joseph “TJ” Thompson, already a professional race car driver at age 18, had the best race of his career earlier this month at Waterford Speedbowl.\n
May 29, 2014; Updated: 11:58 pm
Like most teenagers, Michael Rouillard remembers the first time he drove a car. Unlike most teenagers, Rouillard is blind.
May 28, 2014; Updated: 11:55 pm
Brien Bradley won’t tell you that he’s a talented musician. He won’t tell you that at The Williams School, he’s an honor student, co-captain of the cross country team or the recipient of several prestigious awards.
May 27, 2014; Updated: 10:17 am
His senior year project at Wheeler High School led to Carter Dole deciding to join the Navy after graduation.
May 26, 2014; Updated: 9:54 am
Ian Li is one of two students from China who are part of the St. Bernard High School graduating class.
See last year's graduations.