Cove's High Schools To Recognize More Than 300 Graduates


Gary M. Baranec

Graduates in 2020 adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic by having drive-in commencements, virtual ceremonies and graduation promenades. Now, in 2021, high schools are able to return to some sense of normalcy. Though all ceremonies will be held outside (weather permitting), the four local high schools – Central, Claysburg-Kimmel, Northern Bedford and Williamsburg – are all able to have ceremonies that graduates can attend in person this year. On Sunday, May 31, 2020, Claysburg-Kimmel High School's Colin Thompson (pictured) chatted with some of his family members before the start of the school's atypical graduation ceremony.

Central to Honor 118 Grads

The Central High School graduation ceremony will be on June 3 at 7 p.m. If there is inclement weather, it will be held June 4.

Graduation will be located at the Roaring Spring Athletic Complex.

Tickets are required for entry.

Central High School will present 118 graduates for 2021.

During the ceremony, Superintendent Dr. Besty Baker, Principal Stephanie Thompson, Class President Keller Metzker and the valedictorian (to be announced) will speak.

The ceremony will also include School Board President James Butler, who will hand seniors their diplomas; Assistant Prin...

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