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Harriton Celebrates Seniors at 2022 Commencement Exercises
Harriton Celebrates Seniors at 2022 Commencement Exercises

On Tuesday, June 7, Harriton High School held the 2022 Commencement Exercises at St. Joseph's University's Hagan Arena in front of a capacity crowd of family and friends as 300 Rams walked across the stage to receive their diplomas!

Serving as Masters of Ceremony for the evening were seniors Eli Feldman and Shayna Joy Diamond-Ravich, who provided welcoming remarks before introducing Principal Scott Weinstein, who addressed the graduates and all those in attendance. Principal Weinstein took some time to recognize Assistant Principal Mike Johnson, who was recently tapped to be Lower Merion High School's next principal, for his years of dedication and service to the Harriton community. School Board members Lucy Klain (President) and Subha Robinson then took the podium to share a few words, followed by Simon Seignourel and Alexandra Hollin, who delivered the Salutatory and Valedictory Addresses, respectively, before Superintendent Dr. Khalid N. Mumin gave the program's final speech.

The Commencement Exercises concluded with the presentation of diplomas and the tassel ceremony before graduates tossed their caps! Congratulations to Harriton's Class of 2022! To view a slideshow of pictures from throughout the ceremony, click on the image below! Video of the ceremony is available here.



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