Keynote speaker Fay Blake is the executive director of Pathways to Success, which provides in-school and after-school mentoring to at-risk youth. In her address, Blake said, “You have an awesome opportunity to write whatever is in your new chapter in the next thing you do.”
Zachary Bullis from Millsboro accepts his diploma in production agriculture from Board of Trustees Vice Chair Patti Grimes.
Valerie Moore from Ellendale shakes the hand of President Mark Brainard with her accounting degree in hand.
Alona Katerychuk from Rehoboth Beach gets a congratulations from President Mark Brainard for earning her accounting degree.
Nancy Lyons from Millsboro earned her degree in management. Lyons is shown shaking hands with President Mark Brainard after getting her diploma.
Brenda Baker-Mack from Lewes shakes the hand of Board of Trustees Vice Chair Patti Grimes prior to receiving her diploma.
Samantha Morse from Georgetown smiles as she shakes hands with President Mark Brainard after getting her diploma.
Rosita Lúc Roblero from Georgetown, who earned summa cum laude honors, wears a stole from China where she studied abroad. She smiles as she receives her occupational therapy assistant diploma from board of trustees member Michael J. Hare.
18-year-old Alexandra Downs from Lewes was the youngest member of the class of 2019. She earned most of her credits while in high school. She smiles and looks Michael Hare in the eye as she receives her diploma.