Campion Academy celebrated the graduation of 47 seniors over the weekend; the largest class to graduate in eleven years.
The members of the class of 2022 have been strong campus leaders and academically high-achieving. Twenty-seven students are National Honor Society members with grade point averages of 3.5 and above. Over half the class completed college credits during their years at Campion, some with as many as 22 semester hours of college credit.
The graduates were awarded a total of over $1.3 million in scholarships from Union College, and over $3.8 million in total scholarships from Seventh-day Adventist Universities across the nation.
The Commencement speaker was Pastor Jose Rojas, who implored the students to take Jesus with them as they leave academy. Pastor Rojas highlighted the influence of his own academy Bible teacher, Pastor Paul Eagan, grandfather of graduate Christine Savage, who was in attendance at the event.