Eighth-Graders, Seniors Honored at Annual Pinning Ceremonies

 Immaculate Conception Cathedral School students, parents and friends celebrated two time-honored traditions in the Cathedral last week, the annual Eighth-Grade and Senior Pinning Ceremonies. The ceremonies are occasions set aside to congratulate the students on their past achievements and to recognize the milestone transitions they will soon make to the next educational level.On Wednesday, Feb. 3, 8th-graders were recognized in a ceremony, during which each received a pin that signifies the upcoming transition to high school.  On Thursday, seniors celebrated their transition from ICCS high school students to alumnae during the Senior Pinning Ceremony.  On both occasions, students had the option of being "pinned" by a family member, friend or teacher who is either an ICCS high school or middle school alumni. Photos:  The ICCS high school Class of 2016 gathers after the Feb. 4 Senior Pinning Ceremony, during which each received a pin to recognize their transition from students to alumnae. 8th grade:  ICCS eighth-graders celebrate their upcoming milestone transition after the traditional Eighth-Grade Pinning Ceremony held in the Cathedral on Feb. 3. 266:  ICCS student Samantha Oswald receives a pin from older brother Charlie Oswald during the Feb. 3 Eighth-Grade Pinning Ceremony as their brothers Joey and Andy look on.  Charlie, an ICCS graduate, attends Christian Brothers University.  Also ICCS alumni, Andy and Joey are both students at Christian Brothers High School.
Posted by June LaPorta at 10:05 AM
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