KATONAH, N.Y. -- Members of John Jay High School's Class of 2014 gathered Tuesday evening, June 24, for their graduation, receiving a standing ovation from spectators when they arrived.
The school's 58th annual commencement, which was held at Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts in Katonah, included musical performances from three school groups: The Rolling Tones, The Noteables and The Treblemakers.
Seth Feder delivered the valedictory address while Jeremy Morowitz gave the salutatory address. The keynote speaker was Marc McAlley and the senior class address was given by James Pardo.
Several Katonah-Lewisboro school officials spoke, including Interim Superintendent Michael Jumper, school board President Charles Day and high school Interim Principal John Goetz.
The commencement included a symbolic switch from one class to another, when the co-presidents of the Class of 2014 handed over a Key of Knowledge to members of the Class of 2015.
A photo gallery of the graduation is attached to this article.
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