WESTTOWN — Graduates of the 21st Century Cyber Charter School were encouraged to live life to the fullest.

Graduation was held on Saturday at Rustin High School with 104 graduates in attendance. Four students received 21st Century Cyber Charter School (21CCCS) scholarships during the ceremony.

Student speaker, Audrey Gartner, encouraged the class to live their life to the fullest.

“As we continue through our lives and continue to grow, the one piece of advice I leave my fellow students and underclassmen with is to create your own path in life. Live life to the fullest extent,” Gartner said. “You do not need to do everything that everyone else is doing, so be unique and be yourself. As Abraham Lincoln once said, ‘in the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.’”

Student speaker, Irvin Young, encouraged the class to make connections while embracing new experiences.

“I know it might look like a challenging world we’re stepping into, but travel, experience life, get to know people, and you will find a fire within their minds, and love their hearts,” Young said.

Additionally, the 21st Century Cyber Charter School 2019 Prom took place on Friday at Whitford Country Club in Exton. Students enjoyed a night filled with food, music, and fun with their peers before graduation which followed the next day on June 8. More than 50 students and 13 faculty members attended.

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