Two students from Epping, New Hampshire, congratulated in Longview School’s 15th graduation ceremony
The Longview School, which provides high school students with needs-focused programs and services as part of Regional Services and Education Center (RSEC), is pleased to announce its 2016 graduating class.
The 2016 Longview School graduates are:
- Christopher Soldani, Epping SAU 14
- Shawn Gaffney, Epping SAU 14
“We are extremely proud of this year’s graduates and wish them the best for their bright futures ahead,” said Judy Koch, the school’s executive director. “They leave here with a sound educational foundation, tools that can use to overcome challenges they will face as young adults moving to the next phase of their lives, and confidence to achieve great things in our community and beyond.”
Throughout their academic career at Longview, students take part in a variety of project-based, hands-on experiences that incorporate adventure, arts, and self-discovery. Longview’s unique therapeutic program requires students to challenge themselves mentally, physically, and emotionally. Its wilderness setting – atop the highest peak of a 154-acre campus bordering Pawtuckaway State Park – is ideal for academic studies, inspiration for the art program, and Adventure Based Counseling activities.
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