Our first-ever Eighth Grade graduation was certainly a milestone in the history of Peninsula Heritage School! From the initial processional into St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church, through to the concluding photo presentation, our fabulous graduates set the standard for the coming years!
Trustee Co-President Adam Walch capsulized the thoughts and emotions of the entire PHS community when he asked the graduates to look across the way at the new Middle School buildings. “This is your legacy,” he declared, as these graduates were the first Eighth Graders to enjoy the beautiful new campus.
Wearing their maroon graduation gowns, the students expressed their individuality as they shared how Peninsula Heritage School prepared them for what lies ahead. Some of their remarks were light-hearted while others were serious; some students have been here at PHS since Kindergarten, while two others joined the class from China. However, they all expressed appreciation for the academic, emotional, and social foundation they received here at Peninsula Heritage.
PHS parent and talented vocalist Jennifer Stuler, accompanied by PHS Music Teacher Charlie Miller, sang “Unwritten” with its timely lyrics for the graduates: “Today is where your book begins, The rest is still unwritten.”
The concluding photo presentation, created by our multi-talented Mr. Miller, focused on each graduate, with snapshots from the students’ years at PHS. The musical accompaniment, “Love is Here to Stay,” beautifully captured the emotions and joys of all those present!
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