Say Cheese: Graduate Daniel McCarthy and Younger brother Michael clown for the camera. Stambaugh auditorium was packed with over a hundred graduates and their families.
Eric Masagara, 18, of Youngstown received an academic scholarship of nearly $20,000 to the University of Michigan, where he is thinking of pursuing a career in the sciences. Here he is on the steps of ...
Hill with sweetheart Chakia Howell, 18, also of Youngstown.
Taylor Hill, 18, of Youngstown, celebrates completion of four years of high school on a landing outside Stambaugh Auditorium.
On top of academic excellence, Megan Day is also known for Superman-esque heat vision.
Closing the ceremony, William Allison and Katie Shaffer were completely lost in their school song. Allison appears inebriated with joy
L-R, Morgan McCarty, Kelly Donoghue and Sarah Pelini were three of at least 50 Mooney students recognized with scholarships. McCarty recieved a grant of $20,000 to study at the University of Chicago where she plans ...
L-R Chris May, Robert Siemon and Jeff Bruno. Siemon will attend West Point in the Fall with a scholarship.
Keynote speaker and Mooney alum Diana Babnich-Colaianni.