Senior Recognition Day
Graduation season is upon us! Over the next few weeks, millions of high school seniors across the country will put on a cap and gown, receive their diplomas and move on to new opportunities. It’s an exciting time for these students, but it’s also a time for reflecting on how far they’ve come. To honor the Senior Class of 2018, Aaron School celebrated Senior Recognition Day on Thursday, May 17, a tradition we hope will continue for years to come.
Members of the Class of 2018 participated in a Senior Walk at Aaron School’s 30th Street Campus during which the graduating seniors walked the halls of the campus led by Roberta Palumbo, Head of School. As the seniors paraded through the school dressed in their caps and gowns, the administration, faculty, staff, and younger students lined the hallways to congratulate them and cheer them on. The underclassmen waved congratulatory signs, gave high-fives, and chanted “Go Seniors,” all to show their appreciation and respect for the senior class and all they have accomplished. It is the hope of Aaron School that this new tradition fostered feelings of pride and accomplishment in our seniors, while also inspiring the underclassmen to continue to persevere through their own school career.
Following the Senior Walk, members of the graduating class enjoyed a Senior Lunch during which they congregated with Administration to celebrate their accomplishments and reflect on their time at Aaron School. Some of their fondest memories included the strong friendships they have made, the encouragement and support provided by their teachers, and, of course, their senior trip to Rocking Horse Ranch! The Aaron School community is very proud of the Class of 2018 and is confident that these students will go on to accomplish great things. We look forward to celebrating them at graduation!