Class of 2018 Graduation Information
Graduation Date: June 15, 2018
Class Advisors: Ashley Harbel, Sarah Brown
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Senior Honor Recognition Dinner
On Monday, May 21, 2018, Sanborn Regional HIgh School recognized 37 students for their academic accomplishments as members of the Class of 2018. The students were recognized at a dinner, joined by their family and friends, teachers, and other community members. Congratulations to the following students:
Jazmin Alvarado, Jesse Auger, Sierra Barton, Kashief Bogannam, Abigail Brennan, Kaitlin Broadhurst, Kelsey Bunker, Ryan Chasse, Michelle Collette, Rachel Curtain, Christopher DeYoung, Amy Eacho, Nicholas Frost, Marissa Fuccione, Caroline Fuller, Alexandra Gannon, Meghan Hamel, Max Hayden, Colin Holt, Eliza Johnson, Lauren Lanseigne, Luc LeBlanc, Noah Marsh, Elizabeth McLellan, Dylan McManus Johnathan Merry-Carreiro, Ian Messina, Kiley Morrill, Nicole Pitts, Catherine Rasmussen, Morgan Riley, Megan Sheehan, Skyla Shibel, Renee Ste. Marie, Gabrielle Studley, Nicole Tebo, and Zachary Thomas.
You represent all that is Sanborn P.R.I.D.E.!
CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO FROM THE DINNER.
GRADUATION TICKET INFO
If weather permits, the school will hold graduation on the library lawn. Tickets will not be required as seating is unlimited.
In the event of poor weather, graduation will be held in the gymnasium. If this is the case all attendees will need a ticket to enter the gym. The week of graduation, graduates will receive eight (8) admission tickets for the gymnasium ceremony. That same week, the school will also hold a lottery to distribute any extra tickets that it can to families that need more than 8 tickets. Due to fire code regulations, the school may not be able to accommodate all requests for additional tickets.
The decision to hold graduation outside or inside will be made at the latest on Wednesday, two days prior to graduation.
GRADUATION EVENT DATES
CLICK HERE to read a letter from Mr. Stack regarding important dates, and indoor ticket information for the graduation ceremony.
Students are invited to apply to be speakers for graduation events (Graduation, Class Day, and Scholarship Night). If you are interested, please submit a speech to Mr. Stack by email (Google share) NO LATER than April 1, 2018. Speeches will be judged blindly by a jury of adults selected by the building principal. The jury will determine which speeches will be delivered for which events.
Speeches will be judged on their overall content and message and how relevant and appropriate each is to the different graduation events. The ideal speech length is 500-750 words.
Please email Mr. Stack at email@example.com with questions.
For more information on this school rule, visit page 17 of the student handbook by CLICKING HERE.
WHEN IS GRADUATION?
With our 6th snow day in the books, I know some of you have been asking yourselves what the graduation date will be and if these snow days might impact it. The answer is simple -- maybe.
Let me explain.
By law, we have to keep students in school for 990 hours of "teaching time." This happens by about 170 school days or so, which by my count is at or near June 10. Also by law, seniors cannot graduate more than 5 days before the last day of school for underclassmen. So, the real question becomes, when will that be? The answer is, I don't know yet. But what I do know is that the School Board has to set a graduation date by February vacation. They wait until then so they can get a better sense of how many snow days we may have. We will just have to wait and see.
If we don't get more snow days, we might be ok to keep graduation as it is listed on the calendar. If we do get more days, there is a good chance it will be pushed out a week.
Class of 2017 Update
The class of 2017 consisted of 152 graduates. Of those graduates, 40% plan to attend a 4-year school, 31% plan to attend a 2-year school, 20% plan to be employed, 4% plan to attend a career/technical school, 1% plan to work in an apprenticeship program, 1% plan to enter the military or armed forces, and 3% are taking a gap year.
Sanborn Regional High School salutes the following seniors for their commitment to serve our country:
Travis Carlisle, United States Marine Corps; Nicholas Deyarmond, United States Army.
The school also salutes the following seniors who held special titles at graduation: Taylor Szot, Valedictorian; Abigail DesRosiers, Salutatorian; Koran Sherman, Class Essayist; and Anthony Woodhouse, Class President.
Graduation 2017 Video
Graduation Historical Information
Class of 2018 Statistics
Class of 2017 Statistics
Class of 2016 Statistics
Class of 2015 Statistics
Class of 2014 Statistics
Class of 2013 Statistics