Thank you, Dr. Sanzo. Good evening family, friends, faculty, and the class of 2014. It is an honor to speak to you tonight.
Today we stand on a threshold. In the room behind us stands our high school years, and the hallway before us holds our futures. But before we take our first steps forward, it is essential that we reflect on how we reached this point. None of us would be the men and women we are today if it were not for our years at Wilton High School. Every class, every teacher, every interaction made an impact.Your peers surrounding you today made up the particles of your individual universe, constantly colliding and disrupting your orbit, nudging you one way or the other, each time changing you slightly. For better or for worse, these past four years have shaped us, and wherever we head next, we will carry them with us.