Montclair Cooperative School Graduates Eleven

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The 11 members of the 8th grade at Montclair Cooperative School graduated on Thursday, June 15, 2017. Described as “few, but mighty”, the students were accepted into the following high schools:

Montclair Cooperative School Class of 2017 and their 8th grade teacher, Judy Bereczki.
Photo: Joy Glenn

Collegiate School, New York
Glen Ridge High School
The Hudson School, Hoboken
Montclair High School
Montclair Kimberley
Newark Academy, Livingston
Passaic Valley High School
Seton Hall Preparatory School, West Orange
Verona High School.

“They are an extremely talented class who have already demonstrated that they will be using those talents to make this world a better place,” said Namita Tolia, Head of School. “From raising funds for Heifer International last summer to successfully petitioning the town to grant them stewardship of our section of Toney’s Brook for the purposes of cleaning it up to their own individual and impressive academic achievements, the Class of 2017 represents the best of what a Co-op education creates: leaders and achievers.”

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