The Communication & Media Arts High School senior class hosted its annual Senior Pinning Breakfast ceremony at the Atheneum Suite Hotel in Downtown Detroit. The ceremony provided parents, guardians, faculty and staff an opportunity to acknowledge the seniors of 2017 as candidates for graduation; along with their many accomplishments.
The class pledged to focus on opportunity, vigilance and success. At the ceremony, parents and guardians pinned their student senior, and then they were given a red rose by Principal Donya Odom.
“It was a really good pledge and showed lot of character to our parents and guardians,” said CMA senior Darnell Thaxer.
Guest speaker Dr. Donald Bryant Jr. provided words of inspiration at the ceremony.
“His speech gave her inspiration to keep going and trying no matter what,” said CMA senior Kaylynn Fowler.
Class president Patricia Johnson asked all seniors to meet graduation requirements by June for a smooth progression into college.