The Class of 2016 celebrated graduation day recently at Perkins School for the Blind.
The school based in Watertown held the big event in historic Dwight Hall, and when the 12 graduates took the stage to, “the room erupted in camera flashes and cheers, with a few high-fives mixed in,” according to the school.
Two members of Perkins’ Class of 2016 delivered remarks, including Ashley Riva, a student in the school’s Deafblind Program, who delivered her speech using sign language.
Senior Class President Brendan Flynn about the opportunities he received at Perkins, including vocational training that prepared him for life in the real world, according to Perkins.
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