AGAWAM, Mass. (WWLP) – Nearly 300 Agawam High School graduates capped off four years of academic work on Sunday.
Many of the graduating class of 2014 will go on to college, taking their learning experience to another level. There will be time for celebration. But for many it was a day for reflection and a serious look at their futures.
“In the fall I’ll be going to Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut. I’ll be majoring in excersize science and then going into the physical therapy program,” said Emily Renaud, Agawam High School Class of 2014.
It feels like a really big load’s been lifted off my shoulders, I’m going to miss it a lot, I’m really eager for all that’s out there for me,” said Nolan Sheridan, Agawam High School Class of 2014.
Proud family members cheered their son’s and daughter’s achievements. Springfield Symphony Hall hosted this once in a lifetime event for the Agawam High School Class of 2014.