CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- The Class of 2017 at Horace Greeley High School is ready for their next chapter.
The school graduated 314 students at Sunday's ceremony held at the high school. The valedictorian address was given by 10 students: Alexandra Chaves, Claire Hotchkin, Ashley Rosenberg, Catherine Sawkins, Rebecca Schelling, Bridget Stauss Meaghan Townsend, Margaux Weiner, Lily Woolf and Lan Zhang.
"As we graduate today, our limits do not exist," Sawkingssaid. "In the functions of life, we enter from all directions; we arrive here on paths of mixed experiences, hardships, and victories. As we look towards the future, let us chase the infinite boundaries of the pursuits that call our names. And let us remember that no matter our aspirations, if we combine our talents and passion, there is only infinite possibility."
Principal Robert Rhodes capped off his speech by singing "Senior Nights," a parody of "Summer Nights" from this year'a senior musical Grease, with backup vocals provided by assistant principals Kyle Hisier, Laura Dubak, and Lauralyn Stewart.
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