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P.C. graduation: Goodbye PCHS, hello future
June 28, 2018 at 10:05 a.m.
Diplomas in hand and a full future ahead, Stefanie Cruz (left), Mariana Valdovinos, Jennifer Cuevas and Eva De Cicco glamorously walk off the field at Ryan Stadium on Friday, June 22, right after the Port Chester High School commencement ceremony.
Leading a line of graduating seniors to file onto the football field at Ryan Stadium, Nicole Barros is clearly excited graduation day has come.
Taylor Masi blows a whistle for intonation before she, Robert Perrone (left), Jason Hodge, Gisella McCallion and Robert Mickatavage sing “The Star Spangled Banner.”
As Assistant Superintendent for Business Maura McAward partakes in her last commencement ceremony before retiring, she can’t contain her smile as she hands a diploma to the giddy Shane Rabbasca.
While rejoicing with friends and family by the flagpole, Martin Muratalla embraces his girlfriend, Emily Avelar.
With loads of flowers and smiles, Michelle Zapata (left) and Diana Naula show off their freshly received diplomas.
Moments after commencement, graduate Cielo Velez retrieves her named diploma from the central office and slides it into the sleeve.
After receiving his diploma from Board of Education member Thomas Corbia, Jordan Lewis dances down the aisle at the Port Chester High School commencement ceremony on Friday, June 22, at Ryan Stadium.
Looks like Jaelynn Finklea isn’t worried about graduating as she casually laughs with a friend while they get ready in the high school gymnasium.
Zahory Ruiz holds her cap in place while she walks onto the field.
Class of 2018 valedictorian William Brakewood is the first to receive his diploma, which is specifically given by his mother and Board of Education member Carolee Brakewood.
Joelle La Guardia is absolutely delighted as Port Chester High School Principal Dr. Mitchell Combs hands off her diploma.
Board of Education Vice President Anne Capeci gives Melissa Stracuzzi a big hug after she specially delivers her diploma.
Michael Boccarossa points to loved ones in the audience as he proudly struts down the aisle after receiving his diploma.
With numerous balloons in hand, a proud man in the bleachers cheers on a loved one.
The class of 2018 gleefully cheers and simultaneously throws their caps into the air to celebrate officially becoming high school graduates.
Graduate Tori Febus gives a big hug to Port Chester Police Officer Efrain Roman as she walks off the field.