METUCHEN, NJ -- Saint Joseph High School (Metuchen) hosted its 2020 live, in-person graduation ceremony on Monday, July 27.

Restrictions on the size of public gatherings derailed the timeline for the event but not the joy in finally celebrating the graduating class.   Families were distanced across the school's athletic field for the event which started when students began to file onto the field to join their loved ones.

Presentations were given by Principal Anne Rivera and President Justin Fleetwood during the ceremony.  In addition, seniors William Zafian and Miguel Zavalla addressed their classmates in their role as co-valedictorians 

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Here are the statistics for the graduates:

  • Class of 2020 collegiate scholarships totaled $28,603,810
  • 70% of students receiving scholarships to four-year colleges received offers in excess of the four years tuition at Saint Joseph High School.  
  • 62% of students receiving scholarships to four-year schools were awarded one or more scholarships totaling in excess of $20,000 per year.
  • 50% of students receiving scholarships to four-year colleges were awarded a total individual scholarship amount in excess of $90,000 over 4 years.

To view the live, in-person graduation ceremony, click here.

To view the senior awards presentation, click here.

Saint Joseph High School is a private, Catholic all-boys college preparatory school located on 70 acres in Metuchen, NJ. The mission of Saint Joseph High School is to cultivate a desire for life-long learning, nurture the integration of faith and academic inquiry, and instill values of integrity and compassion in the tradition of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. The school draws students from a wide geographic area encompassing over 40 school districts and over 75 grammar schools in Middlesex, Somerset, and Union Counties, as well as outlying areas. To learn more, call (732) 549-7600, email admissions@stjoes.org, or visit www.stjoes.org