In a light-hearted program on Saturday night, the class of 2022 reenacted scenes from famous movies showing off their humor and personality. They each shared their future plans after Campion and the night ended with a video that showed their growth as a class from freshman year until now.
In a touching ceremony filled with tears and hugs, the graduates paid tribute to their parents, family members, and friends who have been vital to their development on Sabbath afternoon. In a new format, the graduates pre-recorded their words of appreciation and attendees were able to watch the videos as the students shared roses and hugs with their family members.
Over the weekend activities, Friday evening's Consecration and Sabbath's Baccalaureate provided a spiritual emphasis for the graduates.
The senior class praise team led to the congregation to worship through music, highlighted with special music songs.
On Friday evening, Christine Savage, Spiritual Vice-President of the class, introduced her father, Matthew Savage, as the speaker for the program. The evening concluded with the tradition of lighting candles, a symbol of passing the torch to the upcoming senior class.
On Sabbath, Campion church joined with the graduation celebration in the gymnasium and were blessed by speaker Elder Jose Rojas.