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Congratulations Class of 2022, you did it!!

Wonderful to see so many ASB alumni at graduation! Thank you for coming to celebrate the Class of 2022!

On Friday, June 10th, 2022, the Class of 2022 graduated in a beautiful Commencement Ceremony held in the auditorium on campus. 

With opening remarks and address from Director Mark Pingitore and a welcome from President of the Board of Trustees and senior parent, Mr. Paul Petermeijer, attendees also enjoyed speeches from Guest of Honor, US Consul General, Ms. Katie Stana, and Guest Speaker, alum and senior parent, Mr. Xavier Colomina. 

Graduates from the Class of 2022 also presented two musical numbers, one before the High School Counselor address by Ms. Carolina Barajas, Ms. Allison Davis, and Ms. Samantha Huner, and one after the Presentation of the Honors by High School Principal Dr. Ann Jurewicz, IB Coordinator, Ms. Charmaine Monds, and Spanish Technical Director, Ms. Magda Montesinos.

Class of 2022 graduates Eira Torras Llinares and María Victoria Townsend Cuyàs provided the Student Address before the presentation of the diplomas.

After the ceremony, the school welcomed graduates and their guests to join a reception outside at the amphitheater. Wonderful to see so many ASB alumni join the evening to celebrate the Class of 2022! Watch the full live stream of the graduation ceremony here!

Once a Lynx, Always a Lynx!


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