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Antilles School Class of 2013 28 seniors graduate from Antilles School

ST. THOMAS - Amid cheers and applause, whistles and air horns, the Antilles School <a href=>2010 All Star Jerseys Patch</a> Class of 2013 received their high school diplomas in front of hundreds of excited family and friends during Saturday's ceremony at the Mark C. Marin Center. Adding to the celebratory air, graduate Christopher Cilliers tooted his own horn on stage - a large green toy horn, that is, which was hidden under his robe. This fun-loving, hard-working class of 28 is eager to start its journey into adulthood. "I love it here, but I'm excited to <a href=>Yankees 2 Derek Jeter White 2010 All Star Jerseys</a> finally start a new chapter in life," said valedictorian Jordan Ladd. Salutatorian Rana Daas could not believe it happened so fast. "It all comes down to this one moment," she said. "I can't wait go to college. I will miss family, but I love the idea of living alone and becoming an adult." There were ups and downs along the way, but each graduate rose to the occasion. A self-professed "math and science guy," Jordan found writing to be his biggest challenge. "I worked hard at it and I guess today is the true test," he said, laughing as he prepared to read his valedictorian speech later in the ceremony. At the podium, Jordan recalled the achievements of the Class of 2013 and looked forward to good things to come. "We have grown up to be great artists, chess champions, actors, philanthropists, national champion athletes, and most importantly, scholars. All in all, we have been meaningful contributors to our Virgin Islands community," he said. "We are in the upper level of talent here, and I know this high level of achievement will continue through the rigors of college." In her speech, Rana cited fond and amusing memories from her time at Antilles School, and credited their teachers with steering them in the right direction and making a difference in their lives. Her family, too, was a crucial part of her success. "I love you and thank you, Mom and Dad. The tassel was definitely worth the hassle," she said. Proud father Greg Ebenholtz beamed in anticipation to see his daughter, Danielle, walk by in the opening processional. "I'm overwhelmed," he said. "It's been rewarding having her here at Antilles. There are a lot of great mentors here. I wish everybody good luck in the next stage of their lives." Corinne Van Rensselaer was delighted for her son, William, and his classmates on this momentous occasion. "They are a wonderful class full of unique and brilliant individuals," she said. "I'm absolutely thrilled and very proud." Antilles School's college counselor, Chris Teare, was doubly proud. All of this year's graduates will continue on with higher education, including his daughter, Isabelle. More than 50 merit scholarships were offered to the class, totaling $2.6 million. "I'm very proud of my daughter as a father and of every graduate as their college counselor," he said. "To both the child that I love and the students I have tried to help any way I can, I congratulate you."Valedictorian: Jordan Ladd Salutatorian: Rana Daas Number of graduates: 28 Number of graduates going to college: 28 Colleges attending: Agnes Scott College; Babson College; Drexel University; Flagler College; Connecticut College; Fordham University; Georgetown University; Marine Mechanics Institute; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Massachusetts Maritime Academy; Northeastern University; Ohio Wesleyan University; Stetson University; Trinity College; Valencia College; University of Colorado at Boulder; University of Miami; University of North Carolina at Wilmington; University of Ottawa, University of South Florida Tampa; University of Southern California; The University of Tampa; University of the Virgin Islands; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Yale University Total scholarships awarded: $2.6 million

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