AMHERST, NH – The Regional Services & Education Center Academy, which provides junior and senior high school students with needs-focused programs and services, is pleased to announce its 2015 graduating class:
- Mackenzie Burke, Bow SAU 67;
- William Desrochers, Merrimack SAU 26;
- Marcus Marino, Windham SAU 28;
- Joseph Marshall, Merrimack SAU 26; and
- Alexandra Stone, Manchester SAU 37
The theme of the June 11 graduation ceremony, which marked The Academy’s 17th graduating class, was inspired by a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson, “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”
“We are extremely proud of this year’s graduates and wish them the best for their bright futures ahead,” said Judy Koch, the school’s executive director. “They leave here with a sound educational foundation, tools that can use to overcome challenges they will face as young adults moving to the next phase of their lives, and confidence to achieve great things in our community and beyond.”
To learn more about RSEC’s programs, services and mission, please visit rsec.org.
About Regional Services and Education Center, Inc.
Regional Services and Education Center, Inc. (RSEC) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) entity created to provide school districts in southern New Hampshire with a variety of high quality educational and special needs focused programs and services. RSEC currently administrates three programs, including Sunrise Children’s Center, an inclusionary early childhood educational center, The RSEC Academy, a junior and senior high school program serving students with learning disabilities, and Longview School, an alternative high school program.
For more information on RSEC and its affiliate programs, contact Judy Koch, Executive Director at (603) 886-8500, Ext. 309.
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