A Pre-Kindergarten - Grade 12 co-educational independent day school in Westchester, New York

2022 Rye Country Day School Graduation Ceremonies

Rye Country Day School was thrilled to recognize milestone student achievements during three on-campus graduation ceremonies. Congratulations to all of our graduates. We are so proud of you!

On June 10, 2022,  the Class of 2022 was recognized during Rye Country Day’s 153rd Graduation Exercises. The ceremony featured remarks from the Senior Class President, Leah Colin ’22, the Student Body, President Maya Hirani ’22, and the Graduation Speaker, RCDS Head of School Scott A. Nelson in honor of his culminating year at the helm. The RCDS Concert Choir performed Handel’s “Hallelujah,” and the WildScats delivered an inspiring performance of  Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s “See You Again.” Congratulations, Class of 2022! Throughout your RCDS careers, you have impressed, inspired, and invigorated us. We are proud of your many accomplishments, and we are grateful for your many contributions to our community. Welcome to the RCDS alumni family!

On June 8, 2022, the Class of 2026 celebrated their Middle School graduation. The ceremony included remarks from Middle School Principal Ryan Song and Head of School Scott Nelson, as well as the graduation address by Class Speakers Nola Grace Coady ’26 and Marlena Elizabeth Masucci ’26 and the welcome to the Upper School from Student Body President Tyler Moyer ’23. Jolee Congratulations, Class of 2026! We look forward to following and celebrating your achievements in the Upper School!

On June 7, 2021, fourth graders moved up to the Middle School! The event included remarks from Lower School Principal Stacey Sotirhos and Head of School Scott Nelson. In addition, each fourth grade class recited a poem they wrote together and elected a representative to speak on their behalf. Zayd K. ’30, Jack M. ’30, Jordan H. ’30, and Brooke W. ’30 shared their perspectives on the milestone moving-up moment and their experiences throughout their Lower School years. Congratulations, Class of 2030, we can’t wait to watch and applaud your Middle School adventures!

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