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Chelmsford Students Celebrating With Saturday Graduation Ceremonies

Nashoba Tech students graduate at 8:30 a.m. while Chelmsford High School students have their ceremony at 6 p.m.

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It's a day Chelmsford students have long been waiting for. And on Saturday, that day arrives.

Chelmsford High School and Nashoba Valley Technical High School students will each spend part of their Saturday at their respective graduation ceremonies.

In Chelmsford, the high school's ceremonies are set to take place at 6 p.m. inside the Tsongas Center in Lowell. 

Speakers include Superintendent of Schools Frank A. Tiano, School Committee Chairman Michael Rigney, Principal Charles D. Caliri, Salutatorian Elizabeth Sperry, Class President Matthew O'Keefe, Valedictorian Paul Huang and Jeffrey D. Doherty, Emerson House Dean, who is the faculty speaker.

The Chelmsford High School band and vocalists from the school will also perform during the ceremony.

At Westford's Nashoba Tech, a total of 151 graduates will walk across the stage. Chelmsford has the most of the towns represented at the school with 31 students. The Nashoba Tech ceremony is set to begin on Saturday at 8:30 a.m.

Chelmsford residents Frank Anastasi II, Alexander Anoli, Thomas Baker Jr., David Richard Boyle, Tori Paige Cafeteiro, Mark Cassidy, Makayla Lee Crossman, Philip Danek, Andrew Francis DeCicco, Katie Elizabeth Demers, Nicholas Robert DeSalvo, Joshua Oliver Desrochers, Kassandra Aurora Ducharme, Molly Egan, Daniel Fernald, Julia Rose Gladstone-Langill, Charles Henckler, Mina Z. Henes, David Marchessault, Justin Marcouillier, Alexandria Martin, Kaitlyn Louise Martin, Peyton Shea McCarthy, Jeffrey Alan Miller, Lindsey Elizabeth Mitchell, Thomas Charles Riccio, Bryana Marie Robinson, Brittany Rosa, Leddy White Shockley, Jacob F. Trainor and Jacob Daniel White will all graduate on Saturday.

Congratulations to members of the Class of 2014 from everyone at Patch!

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