EXPORT, Pa. - Three hundred and nine seniors graduated from Franklin Regional High School on Friday.
“I don’t think there is any disputing that this year, we have persevered through the darkest day in our school’s history,” said senior Connor Wolff.
In their triumph, the students reflected on how far they’ve come since the stabbing rampage in April.
“The events of that day should not and will not define you,” said Principal Ron Suvak.
The ceremony wasn’t about the stabbings. Rather, it was a time to focus on the positives since then.
Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle spoke at the school's baccalaureate ceremony Thursday.
Seniors graduate from Franklin Regional High School
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