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Long Island Lutheran 2013 graduation

Michelle Perrotta, 17, left, of Northport, and salutatorian

Michelle Perrotta, 17, left, of Northport, and salutatorian Meghan Pinezich, 18, of Northport, graduated from Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville. (June 8, 2013) Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Long Island Lutheran High School held its 2013 commencement at the Brookville school on June 8 for the school's 109 graduates.

Salutatorian Meghan Pinezich, 18, of Northport, who plans
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Salutatorian Meghan Pinezich, 18, of Northport, who plans to study chemical engineering and French at the University of Virginia, advises students graduating from Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville to use their education to make the world a better place. (June 8, 2013)

Staci Barrett, 17, of Elmont, who plans to
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Staci Barrett, 17, of Elmont, who plans to study communications at the College of Saint Rose in Albany, sings the national anthem during her graduation ceremony at Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville. (June 8, 2013)

Sade Gibbons, 18, of Queens, who plans to
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Sade Gibbons, 18, of Queens, who plans to study economics at the University of Pennsylvania, was among the 109 students who graduated from Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville. (June 8, 2013)

Darius Homayuni, 18, of Manhasset, who plans to
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Darius Homayuni, 18, of Manhasset, who plans to study finance at George Washington University, was among the 109 students who graduated from Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville. (June 8, 2013)

Senior class advisor Daniel Wenger, 38, an alumnus
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Senior class advisor Daniel Wenger, 38, an alumnus who has worked at Long Island Lutheran High School for 12 years, was selected by the 2013 graduating class to provide the commencement address at the school on graduation day at in Brookville. (June 8, 2013)

On graduation day, 109 students from Long Island
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

On graduation day, 109 students from Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville came to receive their diplomas. (June 8, 2013)

Michelle Perrotta, 17, left, of Northport, and salutatorian
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Michelle Perrotta, 17, left, of Northport, and salutatorian Meghan Pinezich, 18, of Northport, graduated from Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville. (June 8, 2013)

Katie Bonavita, 17, left, of Centerport, and Leah
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Katie Bonavita, 17, left, of Centerport, and Leah Cooper, 17, of Elmont, were among the 109 students who graduated from Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville. (June 8, 2013)

Victoria Boodram, 17, of Valley Stream, who plans
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Victoria Boodram, 17, of Valley Stream, who plans to study pre-med at St. John's University in Queens, was among the 109 students who graduated from Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville. (June 8, 2013)

On graduation day, 109 students from Long Island
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

On graduation day, 109 students from Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville walked the stage to receive their diplomas. (June 8, 2013)

On graduation day, 109 students from Long Island
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

On graduation day, 109 students from Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville tossed their caps into the air. (June 8, 2013)

On graduation day, 109 students from Long Island
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

On graduation day, 109 students from Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville flipped their tassels at graduation. (June 8, 2013)

Valedictorian Timothy Sorenson, 17, of Glen Cove, who
Photo Credit: Brittany Wait

Valedictorian Timothy Sorenson, 17, of Glen Cove, who plans to study political science at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa., advises students graduating from Long Island Lutheran High School in Brookville to dream big and never forget the skills they learned in school. (June 8, 2013)

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