Friday, June 8, 2012
After losing her father in 2009, Shelby Hynson said it was the county's evening program that allowed her to finish high school.
As one of 47 students who received their diploma in the Anne Arundel Evening High School graduation ceremony Thursday night, Shelby Hynson stood on stage in victory. Hynson shared how Glen Burnie Evening High School enabled her to graduate after dealing with the loss of her father. "I lost my dad in a tragic boat accident on Aug. 30 of 2009 in Marley Creek in Glen Burnie. I wasn't going to attend school because of it," she said, fighting back tears. "Losing my father changed my whole life." Hynson spoke of the pain she still feels about her father's death and thanked her family and friends, as well as teachers and staff Glen Burnie Evening High School, for helping her to make it through. "They all gave me the help I needed to be successful…
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Patch would like to congratulate all of the Glen Burnie High School seniors who graduated on Tuesday morning. The ceremony took place at Show Place Arena at 2:30 p.m. Friday. Were you at the ceremony? Share your pictures on Patch and leave a comment to congratulate the graduates. Simply upload your photos by clicking the “Upload Photos and Videos” button above the main image. Don't have a picture? Not a problem. Give your graduate a shoutout in the comments.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Patch brings you all you need to know about Glen Burnie High's Friday afternoon graduation at Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro.
Glen Burnie seniors will to walk across the stage Friday afternoon and receive their high school diplomas. Headed to the event? Here are a few things you might want to know—including the school's tie for valedictorian:
Monday, June 4, 2012
Patch brings you all you need to know about North County High's Tuesday morning graduation at Towson Center Arena at Towson University.
The day has finally arrived—about 450 North County seniors are expected to walk across the stage Tuesday morning and receive their high school diplomas. Headed to the event? Here are a few things you might want to know—including the school's tie for valedictorian: About 450 seniors are expected to graduate from North County Tuesday with seniors receiving more than $10 million in scholarships collectively this year—a jump from last year's school record of $7 million. Zhu received the second largest amount of scholarship offers at the school with nearly $800,000, said Kristin Krycia, head of North County's college and career center. Find directions to Towson Center Arena and parking information (with a map) on the school's website.