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Oxnard Adult School to honor graduates

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Graduates face their friends and family as Principal, Judy Perkins, officially proclaims them graduates at the Oxnard Adult School graduation ceremony. © Tiffany israel/OUHSD
Oxnard Adult School is pleased to announce the high school graduation and GED completions of the class of 2013. Approximately 45 high school diploma students and 200 GED students will celebrate their commencement on June 18, 2013 at the Performing Arts Center located at 800 Hobson Way in Oxnard. Ceremonies will start promptly at 6:30 pm.

Ms. Judy Perkins, Oxnard Adult School principal, will welcome graduates, and counselors Mrs. Alexa Sanchez and Ms. Blanca Gil will conduct the ceremony. Dr. Jairo Arellano, current principal at Chavez Elementary School in Oxnard will be the keynote guest speaker. In addition, four graduates will be sharing their personal stories about reaching the goal of graduation.

This year, Oxnard Adult School is celebrating 76 years of serving the community and has graduated more than 18,000 students since its founding in 1937. The school’s mission is to meet the needs of the local community by providing accessible high-quality educational programs that prepare students to survive and thrive as they fulfill their academic, professional, and personal goals in an encouraging, empowering, and enjoyable learning environment.

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