End of year celebrations at Montclair Kimberley Academy looked different this year given unprecedented health and safety concerns; however, there were opportunities on each campus to celebrate student accomplishments.
On Friday, June 5, 3rd graders drove through the Primary School driveway loop as faculty, staff, and administrators cheered wildly for them and their achievements. The air was filled with bubbles and the sound of music from a playlist selected by the students and their teachers. Later that day, Middle School faculty advisors and administrators were on hand to greet 8th grade students and their families during their own drive-by ceremony. Students received a packet containing completion certificates and a class photo from Headmaster Thomas W. Nammack and Head of Middle School Dr. Randy Kleinman.
On Sunday, June 7, 108 Montclair Kimberley Academy seniors and their families participated in a drive-up ceremony where students picked up their diplomas and other gifts or awards from the school. Professional pictures were taken, seniors were dressed in Commencement attire, and excitement prevailed at this creative and safe celebration. Students, faculty, and staff at the Middle and Upper Schools are looking forward to a July event, when fun and festive celebrations can be held in-person and in accordance with State of New Jersey guidelines.
Congratulations to all of our graduates and their families! View photos from each event by visiting http://ow.ly/3jHq50A3gSC.