SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - South Brunswick High School held a virtual graduation for the class of 2020 featuring words of encouragement from famous alumni. Among them included NFL wide receiver for the New England Patriots Mohamed Sanu (class of 2009), co-founder of She’s The First, a non-profit organization that fights gender inequality, Tammy Tibets (class of 2003), TODAY show producer Brooke Sassman (class of 2011), and South Brunswick Township Municipal Judge Michael Dowgin (class of 1972). To view the ceremony in its entirety, click here.

            The graduation featured musical performances over zoom by members of the school choir and speeches from faculty and students. Speakers include Principal Peter Varela, Superintendent Scott Feder, Class President Riya Sen, Student Council President Jillian Ryan, Salutatorian Allison Li, and Valedictorian Evelyn Fu. The graduation ended with a reading off all the students' names along with their graduate photos.

Along with a virtual graduation, last night the community had a ‘clap out’ for the class of 2020. Members of the community stepped out of their homes and made noise to celebrate the South Brunswick seniors.