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Family members chatted nervously during the ceremony, but their efforts in raising men and women Balenciaga First
"When I woke up, I collapsed to my knees with the realization that I made it," Sekayi said. "This is where we had our first kiss, dance competitions, played football, soccer and more. We will miss it, but it is time to go. Continue to strive, continue to conquer and continue to change the world."
LOWELL There are times, such as at commencement for a graduating class of high school seniors, that bigger is just bigger.
"We all got here in different ways. I took the bus. I thank my tiny pencil, which got me through so many tests. I urge you to use tiny pencils. They have the most experience and offer optimal results," Skinner said. SUN/JULIA MALAKIE
"Most of all, in life, whatever you dream, whatever you goals, whatever your career paths, find happiness," Elliott said, reciting John Lennon.
LHS class president tells grads to strive
"Follow your passion. Be humble. Never forget where you came from. Remember the diversity of Lowell High School and carry it with you the rest of your life. You got a great education. You can't miss."
"When I went to school and they asked what I wanted to be in life, I said "happy." They said I didn't understand the assignment. I said they didn't understand life."
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"It's a scary idea, isn't it, the unknown? Many of you, like me, associate the unknown with fear and start to panic. To acknowledge you don't know is the first step to discovery. Who am I? What am I doing here? Accept your failures and learn from them. Accept the unknown and escape the chains that bind you to ignorance. True knowledge is to accept you don't know everything. Don't be afraid to sit back and say to yourself, 'I don't know.' "
Elliott offered graduates a series of nuggets he termed "practical advice."
"Each one of you had someone there when you need them the most," Martin said to the graduating class. "People ask me all the time: What are Lowell High students like? There is no typical student. Each one of you is unique. You each took a slightly different path in some cases, difficult to get to where you are tonight. Continue to take the twists and turns that will shape who you become. Your life is your story to write. Make your story an interesting one, as unique as each one of you."
"Read. Read a book. Read a newspaper. Read a magazine. Read anything and everything. Knowing what is going on in the world is essential. It will help you carry on a conversation.
But for students and their families, the evening paled in comparison to the 13 years they spent from the September morning they entered kindergarten through the overcast skies that awaited them on an unseasonably cool evening in June with diplomas in hand.
"Commit yourself to lifelong learning.
Lowell High School handed diplomas to 690 students on Wednesday night at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell in a ceremony that lasted two hours, but that only begins to convey the size and scope of the event. The booklets graduates received didn t have the diplomas in them yet. SUN/JULIA MALAKIE
"The root of why I have been successful is because I came from a large and diverse high school. Every different position I had in my life, people said, 'That's a great job. Aren't you lucky?' It's funny how luck works. It's great to have good luck, but hard work is the key. The harder you work, the luckier you get."
Salutatorian Ibrahim Nizami asked his classmates to not fear the future.
don't do it. Always maintain your integrity. Your parents gave you your name. Don't disgrace it," Meehan said, drawing loud applause.
"Work hard. These days it's easy to take a shortcut, but you need an edge. You will stand out with plain, old fashioned work.
"Accept you will make mistakes in life. I've made them. Learn from them. It will make you a better person.
It took an hour for various administrators to read each student's name as they received their diploma.
UMass Lowell Chancellor Marty Meehan, himself a member of Lowell High School Class of 1974, said that the school's diversity gives graduates some valuable tools for entering the real world.
"There is no greater pride than Lowell High School pride. Give it up for the Red Raiders," he exclaimed. "I hope that pride you have when you walk across the stage, you take with you because you earned it."
Valedictorian Thomas Skinner used humor to explain his journey to graduation.
Class President Mat Sekayi said the significance of the moment overcame him.
Mayor Rodney Elliott gave an impassioned speech to graduates, which included his nephew, about the value of a Lowell High School diploma.
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were not lost on first year Headmaster Brian Martin.
"Be a good listener. You can't solve any problems in life without the ability to listen.
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