The Patterson Mill High School Class of 2012 graduated Thursday at Edgewood High School.
Despite red on the walls and Rams signs above the stands, Husky pride was dominant at Edgewood High School Thursday. Patterson Mill High School's Class of 2012 became the first to graduate away from the home school since the school's 2007 inception. See photos of the event above. Have your own photos or video to share? Click the "Upload Photos and Videos" button to get started.
Patterson Mill's first four-year class graduated Thursday night.
It was difficult to tell who was more proud of Patterson Mill’s seniors—the parents, or Principal Wayne Thibeault. As just the second graduating class in the school’s history and the first to go through all four grades of high school, the Class of 2011 enjoyed a commencement that was, in many ways, a milestone. The ceremony took place on the sun-drenched stadium field where speakers battled strong winds that tossed a few caps to the ground. Harford County Council President Billy Boniface, Board of Education member Leonard Wheeler and other local officials addressed the students. Salutatorian Caleb Dorsch, class president Allison Regester, valedictorian Gina Lucchese and selected keynote speaker Bradley Herget greeted their classmates, too…
Patch asked members of Patterson Mill High School's Class of 2011 about their future plans.
Patterson Mill High School Class of 2011 graduates know what they want. Whether serving in the military or marrying their high school sweetheart and staying home with the kids, the Huskies are ready for the next 10 years. Patch spoke with 10 seniors before Thursday's commencement. Like Bel Air Patch on Facebook.