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BEA Students Plans for After Graduation

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On the morning of Saturday, June 8th Bald Eagle Area High Schools Class of 2019 finished out their high school careers by walking across the graduation stage to receive their diplomas. On this extraordinary day Seniors at the Bald Eagle Area High School gathered on the field at Alumni Stadium to participate in the time-honored tradition of Commencement. It was on this day that their names were called to walk with their classmates one last time, to move their tassels from right to left, and to graduate as Bald Eagle Alumni. Their accomplishments were acknowledged by a waiting crowd of family, friends and community members gathered there to cheer them on.

Graduation is a time for achievements to be celebrated, plans to be made and tears to be shed. That is precisely what happened Saturday morning when students, faculty, family and friends all came together to participate in and watch the Bald Eagle Area High Schools graduating class of 2019’s Commencement Ceremony. Students celebrated the end of the ceremony by flinging their graduation caps and confetti into the air, a breathtaking physical representation of the joy felt that day.

As the graduating class of 2019 looks to the future, many of Bald Eagle Graduating Seniors already have plans in place to get them started on their paths diverging from high school. A sampling of Seniors from Bald Eagle were asked about their plans for after high school, the replies were a varying mix of students looking to further their educations in College and trade schools and additionally some students wanting to go straight into the work force to start their careers. Kylie Hoffman will be attending Eckerd college in Saint Petersburg Florida to study marine biology and animal studies. Senior Nick Turner will be going to Lycoming College to major in business and play football. Zachary Fults plans on joining the fire service to become a volunteer firefighter for the state of PA and seniors Noah Hall and Brianna Coakley both plan to attend CPI for heavy equipment operation. 

Congratulations to all the graduates from the BEA class of 2019! Go make your mark on the world.

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