You’re graduating not one moment too soon. Humanity needs you, rather desperately, so it’s a good thing you’ve already begun making a difference and are now poised to do even more.
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB)
June 27, 2017
International Connections Academy (iNaCA), an accredited, online private school serving students in grades K-12 worldwide, celebrated its 2017 graduating class in a virtual commencement ceremony. Friends, peers, family, teachers and administrators logged in to honor the successes of 131 graduates from 29 states and more than 15 countries, including Australia, Georgia, Netherlands, Saint Kitts & Nevis, Saudi Arabia, and the United States. Keynoted by Danielle Scott-Arruda, five-time Olympian international volleyball player, the ceremony also featured remarks by the president of iNaCA’s Board of Trustees, the Class of 2017 valedictorian, and the student council president.
Mickey Revenaugh, president of iNaCA’s Board of Trustees, addressed the Class of 2017: “You’re graduating not one moment too soon. Humanity needs you, rather desperately, so it’s a good thing you’ve already begun making a difference and are now poised to do even more.”
Many traditions of high school graduation were featured during the virtual commencement ceremony, including the ‘presentation’ of diplomas, turning of the tassels and recognition of each senior. Among the class of 2017 were Jenna Oursler-Cherins, a student from New Jersey who competes in equestrian activities five days a week and will be attending the University of California, Berkeley in the fall; Tennis player Sean Sculley, who accepted a tennis scholarship from Duke University and plans to major in Business; and Zachary Ruscoe who will be attending Liberty University in the fall.
“Each of us started…