(June 21, 2018) One-hundred-and-twenty-nine seniors entered the Mary P. Walker Auditorium on Saturday afternoon, and after two hours of ceremony left as the latest graduates of Nantucket High School.
The Class of 2018 marked the largest graduating class in the history of the school, topping 2017’s total by more than 20 students.
Superintendent Michael Cozort focused in his address on the little things he will remember about this class. There were the ever-present smiles of Ampherny Garcia and Jean Marcos Garcia, Owen West and Nick Correia’s dedication to both football and academics, Deana Weatherly joining the debate club and finding out “everyone was liberal, so there was nothing to debate and we all went home,” Caroline Richards as a wheelchair-bound Homecoming Queen, and many other memories that made this class unique.
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