Trinity High graduates advised to embrace their new roles
Trinity High School student Tristen Theroux hugs a faculty member as the students enter Sullivan Arena at St. Anselm College for their commencement ceremony Tuesday. (JULIE HANSON/Union Leader Correspondent)
About 111 students received their diplomas at the graduation ceremony Tuesday evening at Sullivan Arena at St. Anselm College.
They should be happy with their contributions and see the supporting role as a chance to develop the skills necessary to take the leadership position when the time comes, McCann said.
Along the way, McCann said, it’s important to recognize and thank the people who had a hand in your success.
Inspired by their remarks, Principal Denis Mailloux continued the superhero theme. Super powers make heroes exciting, Mailloux said, but their humanity and vulnerability are what endears them to us.
There are no true heroes without the love and support of another, Mailloux said, and he commended the graduates for the unconditional support they displayed for each other throughout their years at Trinity High School.
““It feels liberating to finally be graduating,” said Gianna Theroux. “We’ve waited for this all year and we’re ready.”
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