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Regional High School


With optimism and solemn remembrance, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School class of 2018 graduated Sunday at the Tabernacle.

On Sunday, June 10, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School will celebrate the accomplishments of the class of 2018 — a group of 146 seniors described as “kind,” “innovative,” and “well-rounded.”

The student body president and senior class valedictorian both give a speech at the regional high school graduation. Rose Engler fills both those roles.

With chronic absenteeism an ongoing problem at the regional high school, principal Sara Dingledy presented the district school committee with a revised attendance policy Monday.

The junior prom will be held at the Winnetu hotel this weekend, and this year a new program seeks to offer students safe rides after the dance ends.

The High School View, the student newspaper at the regional high school, earned the highest achievement award in its class at the New England Scholastic Press Association.