"Even though we might not be very eccentric, I guess you could say that this class is very similar to the family from the play," Wolf said. "We all have our own interests and we always support each other no matter what we are doing.
"This is where I feel we are most similar to the family from the play," she said. "By celebrating their own individual talents, they found that true happiness comes from within and acceptance of others. As we are about to graduate and set off in different directions, we leave knowing the worth of our own abilities. Through the education we have received here at Crown Point, we have been given a wonderful gift. We have been allowed to cultivate our differences. We are most grateful for this gift and for the many to come. It is my hope that, instead of keeping our talents to ourselves, we will share them with everyone we meet and not be ashamed to brag."
The ceremony included the presentation of scholarships and awards to the class of 23 graduates along with the traditional presentation of flowers.