Clark Magnet High School celebrated its graduating senior class of 2021 with an in-person ceremony on the campus field on Thursday, June 10. Nearly 270 students gathered in front of their families, with a limit of four persons per graduate, to receive their diplomas. There were remarks from ASB President Ani Sahakyan and Clark Magnet Principal Lena Kortoshian. Assistant Principal Brian Landisi presented the candidates for Valedictorian and Salutorian, which were Anaida Haroutiunian, Elen Hovhannisyan, Arpi Keshishian, Cyrus Motallebi and Arno Tatos.
Foothill Area Community Transition Services (FACTS) held its 2021 spring graduation on Friday, June 11, at the Glendale High School’s Moyse Field. “We are so proud of our graduates,” said Principal Tammy Taylor. “They have shown such persistence and resilience this year and we are thrilled to be able to celebrate their accomplishments.”
FACTS presented graduation certificates to 21 students during the ceremony, which included a welcome from Assistant Principal Evan Robb and opening remarks from Principal Taylor.
More than 600 Crescenta Valley High School students graduated on the iconic Rose Bowl Stadium’s field in a morning ceremony on Friday, June 11. CVHS senior class of 2021 officers Andrew Alan Kim, Chloe Ataya, Sebastian DeLeon and Brendon Pehar participated in the ceremony, while classmates Angela Ter-Vardanyan and Shant Kevorkian each delivered a senior address.
Principal Linda Junge presented the Class of 2021, GUSD Superintendent Vivian Ekchian recognized the class, and Nayiri Nahabedian and Gregory Krikorian helped present diplomas.
The Glendale High School Class of 2021 – consisting of 525 seniors – had the unique opportunity of holding its graduation ceremony at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena on Thursday, June 10. “Everyone at Glendale High School is so proud of the Class of 2021, who met the unique challenges of the past year under COVID with perseverance,” said Principal Benjamin Wolf. ASB President Kayla Rodriguez and Senior Class President Arline Daniali addressed the audience, and Salutatorian Lara Heredia and Valedictorian Alec Baghdasarians were recognized before the graduates received their diplomas.
Approximately 350 Hoover High School students received their diplomas at Pasadena’s Rose Bowl Stadium on Thursday, June 10. The event was held with adherence to COVID-19 protocols and safety measures.
Student speeches were presented by ASB President Maria Akhverdyan, Senior Class co-Presidents Monnet Nadimyan and Lucas Omori, and Ninel Azizian.
Hoover’s Principal Jennifer Earl delivered the welcome address. GUSD Superintendent Vivian Ekchian, Asst, Superintendent Kelly King, Board of Education members Armina Gharpetian and Shant Sahakian and Evette Vartanian Davis of the GCC Board of Trustees presented the class of 2021.