SENIORS GRADUATE AT 56th COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
After an unusual senior year, the Class of 2020 received their diplomas at the 56th Commencement Exercises of Archbishop Curley High School (Baltimore, MD) on Friday, July 31, 2020.
To comply with all the covid-19 protocols, the ceremony was held in the 4-H Building of the Timonium Fairgrounds. The graduates and their parents and the faculty and staff were present, adequately distanced. The commencement speaker was General Paul Nakasone, Commander of the US Cyber Command, Director of the National Security Agency and Chief of the Central Security Service. He is the father of a Curley Alum and two of the 2020 Graduates.
Our Lady of the Angels Province friar, Fr. Christopher Dudek, OFM Conv. serves as Campus Minister, as well as a Theology & Modern Language Instructor. He led those in attendance in an opening prayer. Fr Donald Grzymski, OFM Conv. (Class of ’70), serves as President and offered his congratulations as he reflected on the Scripture reading during a concluding prayer service. Mr. Brian Kohler, Principal, and Friar Donald presented the diplomas and awards. In a private ceremony earlier in the summer, two of the graduates received their diplomas, as one was reporting to the Military Academy at West Point and the other was reporting to basic training.
Congratulations to the 142 graduates of the Class of 2020!