NORTHAMPTON — From activism to academic achievements, the Northampton High School Class of 2019 has never sat quietly, speakers reflected Sunday afternoon.
“When we felt unheard, we screamed louder,” class vice president Cailin Young said to the audience. “When we felt small, we became bigger together.”
Around 220 graduates crossed the stage at Smith College’s John M. Greene Hall over the weekend, with students and Northampton High School staff recognizing the graduating class for a dedication to making a difference in the local community and the world at large.
“We are fiercely passionate about whatever we put our minds toward,” said class president Carolyn Jordan.