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Members of the Kent Center School Class of 2022 celebrated on Tuesday, June 14. Photo by Lans Christensen

A bittersweet farewell at KCS

KENT — Twenty-three seniors formed the Class of 2022, at Kent Center School (KCS) and promptly at 6 p.m, on Tuesday,  June 14, they filed in for their graduation ceremony.

Held in the school’s central quadrangle, under perfect blue skies, family, friends and guests gave the grads a warm welcome.

After the Pledge of Allegiance and national anthem, Taylor Green spoke, echoing a shared sentiment, saying “I don’t really want to leave KCS; it is a place of comfort and friendship”.

Each of the 23 graduates was then called up to receive their certificates.

Kaelyn Darrin, the graduation essayist, concluded the ceremonies with heartfelt words about her time at KCS, “Too many branches have grown on my tree to count.”

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