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It's Graduation Season in Kenilworth

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Last year's graduation ceremony at David Brearley High School. Credits: TAPinto Photo Archive
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KENILWORTH, NJ – June is graduation season in Kenilworth. Below are some important dates for Kenilworth parents, families and students.

St. Theresa’s school will hold its 8th grade graduation on June 6 at 7 p.m. in the church. The last day of school will be June 14. On that day, there will be a 9 a.m. mass and a noon dismissal.

David Brearley High School will hold its senior awards on June 7 at 7 p.m. Students will take final exams from June 14 to June 19 with an early dismissal each day. The last day of school and graduation will be on June 22.

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David Brearley Middle School’s graduation will be the day before, on June 21. Middle school students will have an early dismissal that day. The middle school has the same final exam schedule as the high school, according to the David Brearley website.

Lastly, Harding Elementary School will have an early dismissal on June 19 through June 22. The Harding 4th and 5th grade awards will be held on June 19.

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