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Class of 2014 Graduation

On Wednesday June 26th 2014, the Holy Cross Community gathered to celebrate the Graduation of the Holy Cross Class of 2014. On this evening, our graduating students received their Ontario Secondary School Diploma in front of proud family, friends and teachers.

A big thank you to all those who made the 2014 Graduation Ceremony such a memorable celebration, especially Ms. Jennie Melo-Jordan and Mr. Dave Orser, our incomparable M.C.'s and of course all the graduates, their families and friends, and the staff of Holy Cross. We ask God to continue to bless our graduates and all those who have left our school community - to keep them safe on the path of life that now lies ahead of them.

Grad Mass

Photo by Claire McLean

Father Leo Byrne celebrated mass for the graduates and their families and friends at St. Paul's
Grad Highlights

Photo by Claire McLean

Retiring principal Paul Walsh final address to the students and parents was one of the highlights of the evening.
Award winners

Photo by Mr. Patrick Prior

Mr. Tim Pendergast presented Joe Seeley with the Paul Watier Award, one of the 45 awards presented to students.
Graduation Ceremony

Photo by Claire McLean

See a photo collection of some of the highlights before and during the 2014 Graduation Ceremony.
Grads Receiving Diplomas

Photo by Camille Prior

Chris Kim was one of the over 273 Holy Cross students who graduated on the evening of June 26th, 2014
Grads Receiving Diplomas

Photo by Alicia Christie

Graduate Robert Gallivan-Botelho shares a laugh with Principal Paul Walsh while receiving his diploma.


Graduation Information

Note that the entire Graduation Ceremony was simulcasted on HCToday.ca so anybody who could not attend was able to watch the event live. A video archive of the Ceremony is on-line which will allow you to re-watch all or part of the event!