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OCC President Dr. Casey Crabill (left) presents an associate degree to Caleb Jandolenko, a member of East Syracuse Minoa's class of 2022. Jandolenko was one of 17 students who received his high school diploma and college degree on the same day.
OCC President Dr. Casey Crabill (left) presents an associate degree to Caleb Jandolenko, a member of East Syracuse Minoa's class of 2022. Jandolenko was one of 17 students who received his high school diploma and college degree on the same day.

Nine students from East Syracuse Minoa High School and 8 students from Solvay High School received their high school diplomas and Onondaga Community College associate degrees during graduation ceremonies earlier this month. The degrees were earned concurrently as part of an Early College High School program, which was funded by a grant from the New York State Education Department.

East Syracuse Minoa's graduation ceremony was held Friday June 24 in the SRC Arena on the OCC campus. Solvay's graduation ceremony was held June 25 in the high school auditorium. OCC President Dr. Casey Crabill was on stage at both ceremonies to present the 17 students their college degrees after they received their high school diplomas. All of the degrees were in either Mathematics & Science, Computer Science, or Engineering Science.

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The 9 high school and college graduates from ESM were:

  • Anastasia Cosco
  • Johnathan Eschbacher
  • Gordon Gallery
  • Thomas Gawlikowski
  • Caleb Jandolenko
  • Jack Satterlee
  • Carter Zimmer
  • Colin Zwiesler
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The 8 high school and college graduates from Solvay were:

  • Zachary Balduzzi
  • Jacob Barndollar
  • Nick Emmi
  • Ty Martineau
  • Kameron Smith
  • Carter Sokolov
  • Justine Stanejko
  • Robert Tarolli

Congratulations to all of the members of the class of 2022!

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OCC
Onondaga Community College
Solvay High School
East Syracuse Minoa High School