Summer has officially begun! It has kicked off as a time of endings, as well as new beginnings. One such celebration for so many in June is graduation. I had the privilege at the end of last month to photograph graduation at St. Andrew's School. We had a perfectly warm and sunny day to enjoy the outdoor ceremony. The ceremony was filled with beautiful thoughts about both saying goodbye and new adventures that lie ahead. Honestly, I could take some advice from these wise 18 year olds! These are just a handful of shots from the day but you get the idea of the beauty, joy, and accomplishment in the air that day!
Co-President Anton Delgado ’16 encouraged his classmates and underformers to cherish the smaller moments of their time at St. Andrew’s, and reminded us to, as the beloved St. Andrew’s motto has it, seize the day. “The universe will never give you the perfect moment," Anton said. "Whether you're trying to work up the courage to tell someone you love them, or thinking about the Polar Bear jump, there is always going to be something that makes it seem like you should wait just one more day—that tomorrow, all the stars with align and then it will be the right moment to act. But I promise: if you keep sitting on that fence and waiting for the world to work in your favor, it won't ever happen. Don't wait for your parents, your teachers, or your gods to give you that perfect moment. Because that moment is yours to take."
Congrats to all the grads! They're all heading to different colleges this fall and I have no doubt we will hear from many of them in the future!
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