1. Flint Hill Graduation Highlights Reel

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    Congratulations Class of 2013! Come back and visit, but, more importantly, take hold of what's ahead of you and make the world a better place.

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    • Freshman Orientation | Wai`anae High School | August 5, 2013

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      Its that time of the year again! A new term is upon us and in usual fashion, Wai`anae High School welcomes its new incoming freshman class. JROTC along with students from several other campus organizations took part in introducing the class of 2017 to the home of the Seariders. The morning opened as new students recieved their class schedules and were introduced to members of the schools administration and faculty. WHS principal, Mr. Nelson Shigeta had this to say, "... youʻre sitting in the stands now, but four years from now when its time for graduation we donʻt want you sitting in the stands." Students took this to heart as they looked across Raymond Torii Football Field and towards the ocean to see the stage where they will graduation. Mr. Shigeta went on to say, "... only you can do it. We will care for you, we will love you and give you the best education we can in four years but you gotta earn it." Words to live by throughout your journey in high school. Major (R) Wil Alvarado, JROTC Senior Army Instructor and Battalion Commander Cadet Liutenant Colonel Briahna Rivera ʻ13, had an opportunity to speak and share with the new class, what JROTC is, its purpose, what the cadets do as well as the many opportunities open to those who are enrolled in the program. First Sargeant (R) Milo Sinapati, Master Sargeant (R) Haines Rego - JROTC Army Instructors including members of the Command & Staff opened its doors to the 9th graders as they got to see JROTCs classrooms. Cadets dawned their various uniforms to show the new students what they would wear as members of the program.

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      • A 2013 Graduation Speech

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        Student speaker, Aby James, at The Archer School for Girls Commencement on June 1, 2013

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        • Lindsey 2013

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          • Class of 2013 - Commencement Full

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            Enjoy the celebration with our 350 graduates, families, and friends. And we look forward to hearing how God blesses each of our grads over the years to come!

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            • VID_20130725_110910_445.mp4

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              These custom made jackets from varsity jackets 09 are on their way to the secondary school in Canada for the graduation class of 2013

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              • Graduation!

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                Three years of brilliant memories and a lot of vodka later... A little film to look back on the day we celebrated getting our degrees and being excited for what comes next. Thanks to my brother for filming some of it! Song: James Vincent McMorrow // We Don't Eat.

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                • 147th Commencement Celebration – Class of 2013

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                  Note: Thirty-three (33) of the one hundred thirty-eight (138) students awarded the Bachelor degrees at the 2013 commencement service were already admitted to graduate school. This represents twenty-five percent (25%) of the graduating class. We highly commend the Office of Career Services under the directorship of Mr. John Peaches for its untiring efforts in routing students into graduate programs. Students received graduate assistantships ranging from $2,000 to $11,000 annually. Hundreds of parents, relatives, and friends filled the gymnasium at Rust College to celebrate the 147th Commencement Convocation and the Class of 2013. 154 seniors walked across the stage to receive their degrees in the areas of the Humanities, Education, Business, Science & Mathematics, Social Science and Social Work on Sunday, April 28. The 2013 student marshals – the male and female students with the highest grade point average – were Ms. Portia Ellis of Starkville, Mississippi and Mr. Nigel Chimbetete of Maple Grove, Minnesota. Portia received a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Nigel earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. The College welcomed Bishop James E. Swanson of the Mississippi Conference of the United Methodist Church as keynote speaker. Bishop Swanson delivered a stirring address that roused the audience, especially the graduates. “This is but a mere phase in your life,” he said. “You have got to go out of there and you’ve got to do something with your life. Make plans beyond this day. Use Rust College as a launching pad for higher heights in your life.” Bishop Swanson encouraged the graduates to find the value in their lives, and to look at what they can bring to the future. “Look at yourself and know that you are fearfully and wonderfully made. Look at yourself and ask ‘what is it about me that uniquely qualifies me to go out and turn the world upside down?’ Quit talking about ‘what’s wrong with me’ and talk about ‘what’s good in me’. Inside you, are good and wonderful things.” After the final graduate crossed the stage, Dr. Beckley bestowed another degree – an Honorary Doctor of Humanities was presented to Bishop Swanson. “The Bishop didn’t know we were going to do this,” said Dr. Beckley. “You are now officially a Rustite,” he told Bishop Swanson who accepted his degree graciously. Bishop Swanson is a native of Houston, Texas but has strong family ties in Mississippi. He is a graduate of Southern Bible College in Houston, with a Bachelor of Science in Christian Ministries; and C.H. Mason Seminary, ITC in Atlanta, Georgia, where he earned a Master of Divinity degree. He was elected as a Bishop in the United Methodist Church in July 2004. He was assigned as Resident Bishop of the Mississippi Area in 2012, and is currently serving as the President of the General Commission on United Methodist Men. He is also a member of the Connectional Table of the United Methodist Church. Upon completion of the conferring of degrees, the graduates, including Bishop Swanson, recited the Rust College Alumni Oath, led by Rust College International Alumni Association President and United Methodist Minister Rev. Frederick Brown (St. James UMC, Columbus, Mississippi). Other special presentations included the Tower of Leadership Awards to Dr. Vivian M. Presley, President of Coahoma Community College, and Dr. David C. Cole, President of Itawamba Community College. Drs. Presley and Cole were selected to receive this honor for their tireless and outstanding efforts in education and service. Dr. Beckley also presented the Exemplary Teacher Award to Ms. Debra Butler, associate professor of Social Work. Ms. Butler was nominated by Rust College to receive this award because of her exemplary teaching, service to students beyond the classroom and a commitment to education. The presentation was made with Dr. Cynthia Bond Hopson, Rust College Trustee and Assistant General Secretary of the Black College Fund of the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry (GBHEM)/ The GBHEM leads and serves the United Methodist Church in educating and preparing leaders for the church and the world. Dr. Beckley also recognized Division of Social Science chairperson Dr. A.J. Stovall who was named Mississippi Humanities Council Faculty of the Year, and Dr. James Herod who was chosen for the Higher Education Appreciation Day – Working For Academic Excellence (HEADWAE) award.

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                  • Class of 2013

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                    Wishing all of our graduates a lifetime of success and happiness. We hope you manage to achieve your goals, make a positive change in the world and think back fondly when you remember your time at Sheffield. Thanks to Sheffield Uni based band Screaming Maldini for the excellent soundtrack. We think they're going to go far, check them out here: http://www.screamingmaldini.net/ Thanks to Ed Cartledge, also a Sheffield graduate, for editing and producing the film http://www.sortoffilms.co.uk/

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                    • Ike at the Zoo

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                      "Ike at the Zoo" is a short film that was shot and edited by GRA student Niko Kyriacou. © Niko Kyriacou 2013

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