The George F. Baker High School Class of 2017 completes its journey

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  • Photos by Ed BaileyPrincipal Jason Schrammel congratulates Arik Mazejko.

  • Principal Jason Schrammel, Superintendent Nancy Teed and School Board PresidentDiane Petrosky greet senior Karla Rachel Lopez Granillo, who closed the program with a well-received farewell address.

  • Graduation exercises began outside, but as the skies grew dark, the event was moved inside the high school.

  • Salutatorian Jeremy Joseph Louis Dedel

TUXEDO — George F. Baker High School in Tuxedo held its 86th commencement exercises last Friday, June 23. The ceremony began outside, but as the skies darkened, the graduates, their families, their teachers and others associated with their education for the last 12 years moved inside the high school.

Superintendent Nancy Teed and Principal Jason Schrammel recognized the accomplishments of the Class of 2017 before awarding diplomas.

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