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Senior Investiture 2021

This week, the US came together to formally recognize the senior class as the guides and leaders of the entire student body of CSN.  Click here for photos of that day.

The Senior Investiture honoring the Class of 2022 was held on Wednesday with parents, grandparents, faculty, staff, and the rest of the US student body looking on. This ceremony, which has been a tradition at CSN since its first senior class in 1996, formally presents the members of the class as they accept their mantel of leadership and their position as role models for the entire school.  In his introduction, Dr. Watson addressed this year’s seniors, saying, “…the business of life, ladies and gentlemen, is the accumulation of memories and experiences. So make the most out of every CSN day left to you. And don’t wait to do that amazing thing that you always wanted to do; whether it is on the stage, in your creative writing or numeracy, your innovation, or in the athletic arena. Don’t wait.”

Next at the podium, Dr. Johnson singled out the 13 students in this class who are lifers, those who have been at CSN for at least 13 years.  He then added, “Of course, many of you joined CSN after kindergarten, and whether you have attended CSN for 13 years or just a few months, you are all members of the Class of 2022. The 83 of you make up the one and only Class of 2022 CSN will ever graduate, and it wouldn’t be complete with each and every one of you here today.” 

In keeping with CSN tradition, the seniors had chosen three adjectives that they felt best described their “singular identity.”  The words selected this year were versatile, ambitious and spunky, and were humorously described by Ella Cartwright, Doug Glennon, and Heloise Hoffmann by using their classmates as examples.

The featured alumnus speaker this year was Mr. Chris Franco ‘06, Founder and CEO of Woodridge Growth, a leading growth marketing agency based in New York City.  He was introduced by our school’s Director of Media Resources, Mrs. Bailey, who had been his senior class advisor.  He then entertained the audience with a series of his own high school memories of CSN.

In conclusion, Dr. Johnson thanked all these speakers.  He ended by speaking directly to the seniors, saying, “You are each amazing and unique individuals, and together, as the Class of 2022, you will leave your mark on this campus for many years to come.”

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