DANBURY — Wooster School seniors graduated Monday morning during an outdoor ceremony in front of two guests each.

The school is one of the last in the Danbury area to hold a graduation. The event was moved from June to July after the governor loosened restrictions on in-person commencement ceremonies held on July 6 or later.

A bag piper led the students to their seats, spaced 6 feet apart on the walkway in front of the campus chapel. Guests sat in assigned seats under Wooster umbrellas handed out at the entrance.

Wooster School Board of Trustees Leon Weaver, Head of School Matt Byrnes and class orator Sartaj Singh addressed the graduates.

Forty-five students were set to graduate, with a few not in attendance.