We are pleased to announce Longview’s 2017 graduating class! The graduates received their diplomas on June 16, 2017, at a ceremony at our Deerfield campus.
The graduates are:
- Isaac Cariker of Hooksett
- Amanda Caye of Exeter
- Matthew DeMarais of Epping
Throughout their academic careers at Longview, students participate in arts and adventure-based projects and hands-on experiences as part of the program’s curriculum.
“We are proud to recognize the great work and extend our best wishes to this year’s graduates, who have worked extremely hard to achieve academic success,” said Tom Jennings, director at Longview. “We look forward to seeing all they accomplish in their careers and communities. They have all the tools they need to inspire others to overcome challenges, and have the confidence to excel at whatever comes next.”
In addition, the demanding program requires students to challenge themselves mentally, physically, and emotionally. Also, its setting – atop the highest peak of a 154-acre campus bordering Pawtuckaway State Park – is an ideal backdrop for high school students’ academic and experiential studies. The environment also provides inspiration for the visual and culinary Arts Based Counseling, and Adventure Based Counseling activities.
Pictured left to right are graduates of Longview School’s 2017 graduating class: Amanda Caye of Exeter; Isaac Cariker of Hooksett; and Matthew DeMarais of Epping.