Congratulations Graduates!

Congratulations to the Classes of 2018 for New Brunswick Public Schools!

On June 26, 407 New Brunswick High School graduates and 37 New Brunswick Health Science and Technology High School graduates received their diplomas during ceremonies at New Brunswick High School.

Mayor Jim Cahill shanks hands with a graduate during the New Brunswick High School graduation ceremony on June 26. Pictured at right is NBHS graduate Jonathan Casillas, a professional football player and keynote speaker for the ceremony.

The following evening, our New Brunswick Learning Center conferred high school and high school equivalency diplomas on 164 men and women during their graduation ceremony at New Brunswick High School.

Our valedictorians and salutatorians for 2018 are the following graduates:

New Brunswick High School:

Valedictorian Dulce A. Granja Martinez graduated with a 4.29 GPA and will attend Rutgers University School of Engineering.

Salutatorian Williams J. Mejia Corbera graduated with a 4.22 GPA and will attend Rutgers University with plans of becoming a doctor.

New Brunswick Health Science Technology High School:

Valedictorian Axel Jimenez Riano graduated with a 4.420 GPA and will attend Rutgers University Honors College School of Arts and Sciences.

Salutatorian Natasha Merrits graduated with a 4.386 GPA and will attend Rutgers University Honors College School of Arts and Sciences.

We we wish all our graduates the very best as they continue their journeys into higher education, careers and service!

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