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Valley Tech Celebrates the 301 Members of the Class of 2019

Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School graduated 301 members of the Class of 2019

at ceremonies held May 30 at Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, Worcester. Graduates, who completed a dual education, received vocational certificates and diplomas.

In his introduction, Anthony E. Steele, Assist. Superintendent-Director/Principal, said this was the largest class to graduate BVT, humorously commenting, he was glad that they all fit on the stage.

Following a salute to the flag, Uxbridge graduate Lindsey Guyton sang a beautiful rendition of the "National Anthem." As graduates, Jessica Nordquist of Northbridge, and Christian Verla of Uxbridge performed the Miley Cyrus song "The Climb," fellow classmates and audience members waved their cell phone flashlights in support of the performance. Dr. Michael F. Fitzpatrick, Superintendent-Director encouraged students to keep learning, saying, "It is a lifelong pursuit. Continue to strive to be the type of people in this world who make things happen by consistently learning, and then, more importantly, putting what you learn into action."

He added, "You have already taken numerous steps

at BVT to become the future pioneers, entrepreneurs,

and guardians of our society. You have proven your motivation to build a bright future. You are on the cusp

of greatness, a life full of opportunities. There is no rubric for life! What comes next is exciting, new, and completely up to you." Kate Ruzanski, Assistant Principal advised, "Get comfortable being uncomfortable...Sometimes, we have to force ourselves to move out of our comfort zones, and chase a dream that seems unreachable, even if the process may seem terrifying." "Success is not achieved solely by hard work or natural talent, but attained by grit and perseverance and the willingness to fail," said Zoe Mahoney, Valedictorian, a Sutton Engineering & Robotics graduate. She noted embracing "failure is what sets those extraordinary people apart," giving them a passion, "which nourishes the soul," and leads to achievements beyond honors and recognitions. She concluded, "As

you grasp the diploma in your hands, I encourage you

to continue your future pursuits with nothing but true passion and drive in pursuit of extraordinaire." "Our class's legacy is adorned with national SkillsUSA medals and officers, our seniors leading BVT to a winning football State


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