Congratulations Class of 2020
As we recognize the largest graduating class of New Hampshire Scholars in the program's history, it undoubtedly will go down as the most unique set of circumstances that schools and students have faced.
Terms such as remote learning, stay at home, and social distancing will be ones the Class of 2020 won't soon forget. But the 5,611 New Hampshire Scholars persevered through all of the challenges and are somehow better prepared for their next adventure.
Thank you to all of the counselors, teachers, administrators, and community partners who worked hard to recognize students virtually and in person. When students are presented their diploma wearing their NH Scholar gold medallion, it will all be worth it.
Among the many who want to congratulate the NH Scholars Class of 2020 are these tremendous supporters. Watch their special video messages.
- U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen
- U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan
- U.S. Congressman Chris Pappas
- U.S. Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster
- NH State Senator and NH Scholars Board Chair, Lou D’Allesandro
And a special message from one of our NH Scholars graduates:
To share a link of the videos with students and families, please use one of these pages: http://www.nhscholars.org/special-congratulatory-video-messages-to-class-of-2020/ or http://www.nhscholars.org/resources/videos/
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