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GRADUATION 2017 was a huge success!!  Every grade 12 student in Glendon School successfully fullfilled their requirements to graduate with the class of 2017.  Ceremonies were held on June 17, 2017 with a gymnasium filled to capacity.  It was a very exciting day for all.  This class epitomized the quote, "You don't have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step." Martin Luther King Jr.  They definitely have the confidence to go forward, even if some can not tellyou exactly where they are heading.  Each step will lead them precisely to the place they need to be. Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2017.

Christina Amalia, Stephanie Bilodeau, Taylor Bird, Amber Brooker, Kyla Burshtinski, Heidi DeBusschere, Carson Doonanco, Wyatt Doonanco, Brayden Dutkiewicz, Joshua Foley, Jessica Goguen, Cody Huffman, Faith Janz, Josie Kwiatkowski, Paige Kwiatkowski, Sheldon Kwiatkowski, Kirsten Lundgren, Taylar MacDonald, Keara Mack, Samantha Makaruk, Brooke, McOuat, Julie Palmer, Jayde Pigeon (Valedictorian), Teanna Vezeau, Justice Wilgus, Amanda Yake.

Here's a look at some special videos of our graduating class of 2017:

Graduation 2020

While we aren't sure what Grad 2020 will look like this year, we are already busy organizing the things that will not change.  Students have ordered their class rings and some grad jackets.  Plans have been made for fundraising and the students are starting to get an idea of what will be involved in organizing a celebration for one of the most exciting milestones of their lives.  This years potential graduates are as follows: