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Last Friday evening, June 11th, the Abraham Lincoln School celebrated their 2010 gradution ceremony at the Casa de Campo Conference Center. The Ceremony, which began at 7:30pm was packed with the students and teachers of the Abraham Lincoln School and of course the proud parents, family and friends of the 28 graduating seniors.
It was a wonderful ceremony, with singing, a poem recital and of course a number of beautiful and moving speeches, given by the students, Mr Magee, the school’s headmaster and Dr Hugo Tolentino Dipp, who gave the commencement speech.
At the end of the ceremony the director of the school board, Dr Leonardo Matos Garcia presented the diplomas, with the help of Mr Alan Wood, the school’s deputy headmaster, while the guests looked on teary eyed and full of pride at the young graduates of the class of 2010. The former students then proudly paraded out of the hall, arm in arm to the song ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’ by The Verve on to a bright future and a well deserved celebratory toast with their parents, family, friends and former teachers, before they disappeared into the night to more wild parties….
Congratulations to all the class of 2010!
The Class of 2010’s Moto:
“Limitations live only in our minds, but if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless”
The following are photos of the graduating class receiving their diplomas – the quality of these photos is pretty bad, but I though maybe some of the graduates may appreciate them!