S.S. Seward Institute Class of 2014
Students sang along to FloridaþÄôs S.S. Seward Institute's Alma Mater to conclude the high school graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 28.
After walking off the stage to the song "Free Bird," students received one final congratulations from Principal Michael S. Rheaume. Friends and family applauded as their graduates walked through the arch, finalizing the commencement ceremony.
S.S. Seward Institute held its 117th annual high school graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 28. There were 63 seniors in the graduating class.
Through a series of fond memories, Valedictorian Daniel Collins made the audience laugh and cry along with him during this very proud day.
Tim Raines, Chris Melod and Jeff Babcock awarded three students the "Florida Fire and Ambulance Awards" during the S.S. Seward High School graduation ceremony.
Pictured here are Principal Michael Rheaume and Salutatorian Alyssa Kamrowski. After receiving her award Alyssa gave a powerful speech about growing up and learning from her community in the Village of Florida.
Principal Michael S. Rheaume opened up S.S. SewardþÄôs graduation ceremony with a heartwarming speech congratulating the 63 graduating seniors.
FLORIDA — More than 60 young men and women graduated last Saturday on the Great Lawn at the S.S. Seward Institute. It was the school's 117th commencement.
Daniel Collins was class valedictorian and Alyssa Kamrowski was salutatorian.
The students entered the ceremony to the music of Sir Edward Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstance."
They left to Lynyrd Skynard's "Freebird."
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