The Times West Virginian

Graduations

June 4, 2011

FSHS: Time flies by but ‘we still have much ahead of us’

FAIRMONT — “Do not go where the path may lead you. Go where there is no path and lead a trail.”— Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Senior Franklin Wilson scored two of Fairmont Senior High School’s runs Friday morning during the Polar Bears’ Class AAA semifinal baseball game against Greenbrier East at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston.

Then he drove more than two hours home to graduate from high school with the other 176 members of the Class of 2011 at Fairmont State University’s Feaster Center. Then he planned to return for today’s championship contest against Jefferson.

After this busy weekend, he will have his entire future in front of him, but he’s still figuring out whether he will play baseball at Fairmont State, West Virginia Tech or West Virginia Wesleyan.

Deirdre Tobin knows where she will be attending — Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va., and what her major will be: math. After that, she is not sure.

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  • 3--DS.jpg FSHS: Time flies by but ‘we still have much ahead of us’

    Senior Franklin Wilson scored two of Fairmont Senior High School’s runs Friday morning during the Polar Bears’ Class AAA semifinal baseball game against Greenbrier East at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston.
    Then he drove more than two hours home to graduate from high school with the other 176 members of the Class of 2011 at Fairmont State University’s Feaster Center.

    June 4, 2011 12 Photos

  • march on field -ts.jpg NMHS: Class told to ‘challenge yourself in whatever you do’

    The North Marion High School graduating class of 2011 is ready to go great places.
    This year’s commencement was held at North Marion’s Husky Field Friday evening. Family and friends and faculty and staff filled the bleachers to support the graduating seniors dressed in black and silver who were accepting their diplomas.

    June 4, 2011 12 Photos

  • 3--DS.jpg EFHS: Graduation ‘is a bittersweet experience for sure’

    The “Bee Hive” lived up to its name as the center of activity Friday night when East Fairmont High held its annual graduation ceremony.
    Family, friends and faculty packed the “Hive,” jumping to their feet to cheer and wave when the graduates entered the gymnasium.

    June 4, 2011 12 Photos

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