PHOTOS & VIDEO [UPDATED 1AM] About 1,500 proud parents, teachers and officials watched proudly as 223 students graduated from the Lakewood High School class 2012 Thursday evening.
The event, which took place at the school’s football field, was attended by Mayor Menashe Miller, Deputy Mayor Albert Akerman, the Board Of Education members, Ms. Lydia Silva and school officials.
“WE ARE LAKEWOOD WE ARE SOMEBODY”
My cousin graudated
223 out of how many?
I’m proud of all the graduates (particularly since I taught many of them).
Kudos to the photographer who shared photos of the graduation on The Lakewood Scoop.
wait, if 223 graduated then you figure each one has a pair of parents, which means atleast 446 parents were there. which leaves about 1054 teachers and officials according to the article. impossible
FYI … Each student is allowed to invite 5 guests.
Good Luck to the new Grads!!
My guess is by parents they mean all family. I’m sure when you just add siblings in your math problem disappears
wow when I went to Lakewood High we had more then double that amount graduate. This is sad!
May God “s continued Blessings be upon each 2012 Lakewood High School Graduate Their families School and the entire Lakewood Community.
Good luck to you all.
Remember, the President of the United States was once a 12th grade graduate of High School somewhere in America.
And all the great people of this great nation were once simple 12th grade graduates.
That could be YOU!
If you work hard you will become great.
Congrats LHS grads!!
I have the same question as # 4. curious that the amount of senior students was conveniently left out.
Dont be fooled not all of the 223 who graduated are really high school graduates yet. Many were aloud to take part in the ceremony who still haven’t passed the resided state tests. Many of those who did past the test were fed the correct answers from teachers .
If I’m not mistaken, I thought Mr Gilson was fired because only 120 out of 248 seniors was graduating..how did the number jump to 200?
Nicely put #11. I wish them all the best. Congratulations to all!
FYI Lakewood public schools consider 50 a passing grade! It’s ludicrous!
# 14, I do not believe you are mistaken. I was told the same.
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