Commencement exercises for the Class of 2012 took place on Friday, May 18. Headmaster, Brother Daniel E. Skala, C.F.X., Ph.D., presented diplomas to 224 graduating seniors.
The ceremony, which marked the 46th graduating class, included the recognition of the 9,000th graduate, Andrew Malin, and the presentation of the Xaverian Award, which went to valedictorian and resident of South Weymouth, Sean Tenaglia. The Xaverian Award is given to a graduating senior who has demonstrated leadership and service, and served as a role model for his classmates. Sean “become known for his sincerity and strong work ethic, and was a stunning embodiment of Xaverian’s highest ideals,” said Brother Dan.
The student speakers were Sean Tenaglia, valedictorian, and Naman Agarwal, salutatorian and a resident of Franklin. The loyalty and service awards, which recognize students’ involvement and commitment to the Xaverian community, were given to Christopher Diehl, Michael Hagerty, Nam Hee Kim, Anif McDonald, Luke Walsh and Samuel Zatkowski. Click here for more