ROSELLE, NJ - Abraham Clark High School is looking to the community for help in supporting this year's Project Graduation, scheduled for June 21.  

As in the past, the ACHS PTO and the Everett Hatcher Prevention Coalition are sponsoring the 2018 Project Graduation event. However, funds are still badly needed for this event. 

After graduation, the graduates are invited to Project Graduation. The celebration’s goal is to avoid the tragic accidents that can occur from drinking and driving following traditional celebrations after these events. It is also a way to demonstrate to our young adults that drugs and alcohol are not necessary to have a good time.

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The program began in 1993 after losing two ACHS graduates to an accident the night of graduation in 1992.  The Class of 1993 graduated 106 students and 64 attended Project Graduation.  The Class of 2018 has 189 students of which the committee expects 115 to attend Project Graduation.  They need your help in achieving this goal.  They are asking the communities assistance to help defray expenses for this project. You can show your support by contributing in two ways. 

Roselle resident Walter Wimbush and his organization the Walter Wimbush Scholarship Program will be accepting online donations by clicking on the link provided,

Wimbush a 2006 graduate of ACHS will also be serving as a volunteer chaperone for the event.

The second option of payment is to mail a check payable to:

Project Graduation 2018 - ACHS PTO

122 East 6th Ave.

Roselle, NJ 07203

It is the PTO’s intention to have this project remain an annual event at Abraham Clark High School, so that future students can enjoy its benefits and lives will be saved. is Roselle’s official electronic news source! To get your free daily Roselle or Roselle Park news, click on your town. 

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