High School will honor its graduating seniors during a special ceremony
at 6:30 p.m. in the Alex Kish Memorial gymnasium May 28. Following the
Senior Awards activities, a student-led baccalaureate service will be
The Senior Awards night is an annual ceremony where seniors are
recognized for outstanding accomplishments during their high school
career. It's also an evening where students receive scholarships from
local and regional organizations.
"The Senior Awards program is a great lead-in to our graduation
ceremony," Secondary School Principal Dr. Mark Burke said. "We are very
proud of the many accomplishments of the Class of 2015, and this
ceremony gives us the opportunity to showcase those feats."
Shortly after the conclusion of the Senior Awards program, the annual
student-led baccalaureate service will begin in the Kish gymnasium.
This special student organized activity, sponsored by the Bucyrus
Ministerial Fellowship, will feature many community members, as well as
graduating seniors sharing inspirational readings, songs and scriptures.
"Every year, our seniors do a fantastic job organizing and leading
the baccalaureate service," Dr. Burke said. "Students selected community
members, making this an even more special night for our seniors and the
Pastor Mike Corwin will lead the invocation and benediction, and
Pastor Dan Rebon will deliver the message to the students and visitors
in attendance. A reception with cake and punch will follow the ceremony.
For more information about the Senior Awards and baccalaureate
programs, please contact Dr. Mark Burke at 419- 562-7721 or email