Stanwich School holds inaugural commencement

Help Stanwich School bid farewell to its inaugural graduating class of 16 young men and women at commencement on Thursday, May 29 at 4 p.m.

The Class of 2014 will be the first seniors to receive diplomas from the school in its 16- year history. For this special occasion, United States Senator Richard Blumenthal — a former Stanwich School parent — will deliver a keynote speech.

“I’m excited and proud to attend this joyous and significant graduation — launching these very special young people on the next phase of their educational journey,” said Mr. Blumenthal.

“In this historic inaugural year, with founder Pat Young’s vision to have a PreK through Grade 12 coeducational independent school in Greenwich now realized, I find it most suitable to have the Senator addressing our charges as they matriculate. I am confident that his message to our emerging moral leaders will inspire them to heed the clarion call to make God’s world a better place,” said Paul Geise, Head of School.

All 16 seniors will be moving on to four-year colleges in the fall. In addition, over 40 schools offered the students merit-based scholarships totaling more than $500,000.

Stanwich School is located at 257 Stanwich Road.

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