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Finally finished!: Next generation of Blind Brook grads off to put their stamp on the world
July 1, 2021 at 3:55 a.m.
With a fresh diploma in hand, Blind Brook High School graduate Jordyn Erenfryd can’t contain her laughter while taking the final walk of honor culminating four years of high school at the Class of 2021 graduation ceremony on Thursday, June 24.
After four years of hard work, Nicholas Persaud eagerly struts across the Blind Brook High School football field to collect his rightfully earned diploma from Superintendent Dr. Patrick Brimstein during the Class of 2021 graduation ceremony on Thursday, June 24.
Board of Education member Ryan Goldstein passes a 2021 balloon sign celebrating the graduates as “Pomp and Circumstance” plays and students and administrators file onto the field.
Christian Capobianco leads a line of fellow soon-to-be graduates to their seats at the beginning of the ceremony.
Enthusiastic family members cheer from the stands as their beloved seniors take to the field to the tune of “Pomp and Circumstance.”
With a sentimental smile stretched across her face, Julia Civetta applauds class speakers as they encourage their peers to go out and change the world.
As her elaborately decorated graduation cap suggests, Samara Liebmann is eager to attend Ohio State University in the fall.
As a school board trustee, Scott Jaffee is able to award his graduating daughter Kate her diploma, and in return she gifts him a huge hug.
Every year, graduation proves to be a day filled with emotion. After officially becoming a Blind Brook alum, Jonathan Marbe embraces his mother Leah when parents storm the field to celebrate with their children.
They did it! A group of Class of 2021 friends gather around Darah Greenbaum for a post-graduation photo op featuring brand new diplomas, elated grins and ocean blue gowns.
Led by Blind Brook High School Principal Jennifer Chirles officiating her first graduation, district administrators and school board trustees escort the Class of 2021 graduates from the school to the football field.
Justin Schuster flashes a smile before finding his seat on the football field.
Joshua Salim strikes a dashing pose before finding his seat on the football field for the commencement ceremony.
Shadowed by the football scoreboard reading “2021,” Superintendent Dr. Patrick Brimstein, overseeing his first Blind Brook commencement ceremony, proudly claps for graduates as they usher onto the field to the tune of “Pomp and Circumstance.”
Stefanie Bluth patiently listens with an elegant posture as administrative speakers reflect on the past year with the class.
Once the ceremony concludes with its final words of welcoming students into the world, graduates fulfill tradition by tossing their caps into the air in pure joy.