Valedictorian

What does it mean to be the Valedictorian at our school? 
A Valedictorian is a representative of a graduating class who speaks on behalf of the graduates at the Grad Ceremony. This honour is bestowed on an outstanding representative of the graduating class.

Choosing a Valedictorian
Students may nominate themselves or be nominated by other students or staff. Applications will be available in the counselling office in late April. Nominees will be introduced to the Class of 2024 at an assembly on May 28th with a vote for the top 3 candidates on May 3oth. On the 31st, a run-off vote will be conducted with the top 3 candidates to choose this year's Valedictorian. 

Criteria for the Valedictorian: 
The nominee must meet the following criteria:

·       Maintains a high academic standing
·       Has attended Yale for at least the past two years
·       Displays good citizenship
·       Is an example of Yale Spirit
·       Has an ability to communicate well including excellent public speaking ability
·       Shows evidence of leadership skills
·       Has a well-rounded personality
·       Strives to be an example of Yale Motto: "Take Care of Yourself, Take Care of Each Other & Take Care of This Place"

 

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