Lebanon County high schools celebrate students’ graduations – LebTown

Over the last few weeks, every Lebanon County public school district has held in-person graduation ceremonies for their now-graduated seniors.

Last year’s graduation ceremonies looked a little different from usual, with some districts adopting major social distancing measures and others going fully remote.

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Lebanon County school districts’ ceremonies were not fully back to normal, with some social distancing and optional masks. However, students could generally receive their diplomas in person, with family present.

Here’s a roundup of all Lebanon County school districts—Annville-Cleona, Cornwall-Lebanon, Eastern Lebanon, the City of Lebanon, Northern Lebanon, and Palmyra Area—and their graduation ceremonies this year (click the district name to skip to that section).



Annville-Cleona High School held its graduation ceremony at its stadium June 4. Video of the commencement is accessible online on the district’s website.

Elizabeth Matusiak, Annville-Cleona 2021 Class President stands at the podium to provide the event’s welcome and introduction.

The Annville-Cleona Brass Ensemble—featuring Timothy Webster, Lauren Wolfe, Daniel Balsbaugh, Jared Hostetter, Jeremy Fortna, and Xavier Polite on trumpet; Kenneth Schaeffer, Connor Horning, and Zoie Moyer on horn; Paige Wagner and Miranda Pettice-Yarnall on trombone; Samantha Moran and Rachel Bohr on euphonium; and Henry