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Saugus High Class of 2023

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More than 70 percent of the seniors are headed for two- and four-year schools after tonight’s graduation

  More than 70 percent of the Saugus High School students who will be graduating tonight plan on attending four- and two-year colleges and universities next fall. Of the 171 students who will be receiving their diplomas at the school’s 152 Commencement Exercises, 98 (57.3 percent) are headed to four-year institutions and 24 (14 percent) will further their education at two-year schools, according to statistical information released by Saugus Public Schools. Of these students, 67 of them (55 percent) are First Generation College Students, based on data compiled by the School Department.

  Here’s the future destination for other students from the Class of 2023:

  • Another 16 students (9.4 percent) are set to attend vocational, job corps, career institutes and prep schools.
  • Twenty-three students (13.4 percent) plan to go to work.
  • Five students (three percent) are enlisting in the military.
  • Five students (three percent) plan to take the year off or are undecided about the future after Saugus High School.

  In addition to the 171 students receiving graduation diplomas, six students will be getting their Earning Certificates of Attainment. Overall, 177 students will be walking to the stage during the graduation ceremony at Christie Serino Jr. Memorial Stadium.

  There are five sets of twins graduating tonight: Tanisha and Janisha Berry, Julia and Italia DeNardo, Derek and Chris Flynn, Evelyn and Andrew Paci and Rachel and Nicole Soares.

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