MANASQUAN — The graduating class of 2023, along with faculty, school board members, families and friends gathered to celebrate four years of perseverance and hard work during Manasquan High School’s 138th annual commencement ceremony on Wednesday night, June 21.
“This commencement ceremony culminates 13 years of studying and beginning of a new chapter in our student’s lives,” said Assistant Principal, Craig Murin during opening remarks. “Commencement represents the achievement of a goal that students, their families and their teachers have worked long and hard to reach.”
A total of 228 senior students entered the gymnasium with introduction by Pomp and Circumstance March before choir students sang the school’s alma mater and the Star Spangled Banner.
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