ALBION — The Crossing Educational Center hosted its 2011 commencement ceremonies for its Region 2 and Region 3 schools recently, with a total of 26 graduates receiving
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diplomas and one receiving a GED.
Fourteen students from Crossing’s Region 3 campuses received their high school diplomas Friday at Cornerstone Wesleyan Church, 4304 S. Oak St., Albion.
Region 3 schools include Butler, Ligonier, New Haven and Pierceton Woods.
Butler graduates were Megan Baker, Brittany Gump, Josh Myers, Cody Pace, Eden Perkins and Alyssa VanDyke.
Ligonier students who graduated were Megan Hart, Stephanie Landry, Jane McVoy and Emilie Oviedo.
New Haven graduates were Austin Collins, Johnathan Kennard and Hannah Salimi.
Every student at the Crossing is required to achieve 80-percent mastery of every subject before moving on to the next subject. As a result, every graduate of the Crossing Educational Center graduates from the Crossing as an honor roll student.
“I couldn’t be more proud of this year’s graduates,” said Rob Staley of the Crossing. “Our students have had to overcome a lot of obstacles in their lives to get to where they are today. Crossing students are smart, resilient and determined. The future leaders of our businesses, cities and the country will be made up of Crossing graduates.”]]>