The Anderson School’s graduation ceremony on June 11th honored the achievements of the Class of 2024 and recognized two exceptional students with prestigious awards. The event highlighted the school’s commitment to fostering academic growth, leadership, and resilience among its students.

Sarah Jackson was the recipient of The Montgomery County Community College Scholarship Award, a prestigious honor awarded annually to a senior who has demonstrated academic improvement, leadership skills, good citizenship, and served as a role model. Since 2008, the Montgomery County Community College has partnered with The Anderson School to provide this scholarship, recognizing the importance of supporting outstanding students in their pursuit of higher education.

Elton Joseph Alley was awarded the Dr. R. Thomas Marrone Resiliency Award, a distinction that celebrates a student’s resilience and determination in completing their high school education. Elton’s unwavering commitment to his studies, despite challenges, exemplifies the qualities this award seeks to honor.

The graduation ceremony was a testament to the hard work and perseverance of the Anderson School’s students and highlighted the school’s dedication to nurturing academic excellence, leadership, and resilience. As the Class of 2024 embarks on the next chapter, the Anderson School takes pride in the accomplishments of this group of students and looks forward to witnessing their continued success in their future endeavors.

group of Anderson students
Sara and MCCC representative receiving scholarship
Elton winning award


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