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Students of Randolph Academy that attended the graduation celebration on Wednesday, at Randolph Academy. Randolph campus. In between both the Randolph as well as the Hamburg campuses 17 seniors were awarded their diplomas. Photo sent in

 

RANDOLPH Randolph The Randolph Academy celebrated its graduates this week.

A plethora of administrators, teachers as well as board members along with students and their families gathered to cheer on the 17 students who were awarded their diplomas including nine on its Hamburg campus during a celebration in the early afternoon . Then eight on its Randolph campus late evening. The Regents degree was awarded for 59% of the graduates, while 41% earned local degrees.

Director Lori DeCarlo led Wednesday’s ceremonies that included a the keynote guest speaker Pete Hill, a Cayuga Nation member and Special Initiatives Coordinator for Native American Community Services of Erie and Niagara Counties Inc. Hill has been working with NACS for the past 28 years and has developed effective programs in the areas of youth development as well as health and wellness promotion and capacity of staff as well as organizational capacity and the incorporation of Native American cultural perspectives into the program’s design, delivery and evaluation.

An experienced instructor who has given numerous cultural classes to a range of government agencies, organizations and community organizations, Hill was recognized many occasions for his role helping communities move over the effects of the trauma of the past and the underlying factors that affected the health and vitality of Native Americans. Hill created weekly personal and cultural workshops at the Hamburg campus of the Randolph Academy for two years which resulted in a significant personal investment in the students.

Ninety-four percent of the graduates this year were students in day schools with 6% being residential students who were served by this district’s New Directions Youth and Family Services Partner located on the Randolph campus. 35 percent of the students of 21 students plan to go to the university; 35% are planning to pursue business-related studies and 24% intend to join the workforce directly, and 6 percent are considering their choices.

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