New Haven Celebrates Ten Graduates
Jennifer Jeppson Wilson
New Haven Admissions
A few months ago, Woodbury Reports, Inc. published a press release
announcing that New Haven had recently completed the Accreditation
Process with the NWAS. As evidence of New Haven's continued commitment
to education, New Haven was fortunate to celebrate a graduation
of 10 seniors and their families in June of 2006.
Each of the graduating seniors was a story of success unto themselves.
Each graduating girl rose above her personal struggles to acquire
a high school diploma, which for a few was not even thought a possibility
a few months earlier. The girls looked beautiful in their white
gowns and caps and the families glowed with pride and anticipation
of reaching this milestone.
Personnel from the staff, teaching, and clinical departments provided
eloquent and inspiring remarks that made the event more meaningful
and personal in nature to each of the graduates and their families.
One of the graduates, speaking as a representative of the graduating
class, said that she was proud to be a graduate of New Haven. She
said "there is no other school that I would rather be graduating
from than New Haven…It has given me a second chance in life
and without New Haven, I wouldn't be here today." Several
of the students shared their musical talents for the program and
lunch was provided. The graduation ceremony was simple yet powerful
and will be remembered by those who attended for many years to