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CCDS holds Commencement Exercises
CCDS holds Commencement Exercises

INDIAN HILL – Cincinnati Country Day School celebrated the 74 graduates of the Class of 2019 during its 93rd Commencement on June 7 in the Carey Family Amphitheater.

Joel S. Brant '87, president of the Board of Trustees, delivered the graduation address. Head of School Anthony T.T. Jaccaci Indian Hill made welcoming and farewell remarks.

Chloe Webb, president of the senior class, and Colin Sam, president of the student council, provided remarks on behalf of their classmates. Jan French, Lower and Middle School science teacher, led the invocation.

Gordon Wright '85, a member of the Board of Trustees, introduced the 20 senior "Lifers" who attended Country Day from at least first through 12th grade: Sydney Baker, Samantha Brant, Molly Briggs, Garrett Dickerson, Eric Fleischmann, Max Folan, Mary Harten, Helen Kovach, Hannah Hess, Ethan Jeffries, Ava Kellar, Miller Lyle, Radha Mangu, Grace Pfister, Nathan Riemann, Nellie Shih, Maggie Wright, Nevie Smith, Bryon Williamson and Olivia Yardley.

Diplomas were presented by Brant, Jaccaci and Upper School Head Jenn Weinheimer.

Students received 350 college acceptances and were awarded $9.5 million in grants and scholarships.

Class of 2019 Colleges

Bates College (2)

Boston University

Bucknell University

Case Western Reserve University (3)

Claremont McKenna College

Colgate University

College of Charleston

Dartmouth College

Denison University

Earlham College

Elon University (2)

Emory University

Johns Hopkins University

Kenyon College (2)

Loyola Marymount University

Miami University (5)

Michigan State University (2)

Middlebury College

Morehead State University

New York University

Ohio Northern University (3)

Ohio University

Pomona College

Purdue University

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (3)

St. Edward's University

The Ohio State University (4)

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Trine University

Trinity College

University of Cincinnati (6)

University of Dayton (2)

University of Denver

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

University of Miami

University of Michigan

University of Mississippi

University of North Florida

University of Virginia

Vanderbilt University (2)

Wake Forest University

Washington University in St. Louis (3)

Wheaton College IL

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Xavier University

Yale University