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High school diplomas accepted amid cheers have about eight grandchildren between the two of us and he the first to graduate, Eugene paternal grandmother Sadie Whitaker said. His maternal grandmother, Wanda Brooks, said the two were both proud of their grandson achievement, and looked forward to his future accomplishments. Families and friends of other Crossland graduates shared similar sentiments during the school 2007 graduation exercises Friday at Showplace Arena in Upper Marlboro. is a milestone for all of you, county Board of Education member Linda Thornton Thomas said in an address to the students. high school diploma is a great achievement. During your time in school you have learned not only who you are, but who you can become in life. Superintendent John E. Deasy said he was proud of the students. He said he looked forward to the leadership the graduates would give to make their community and country proud. take the quality of integrity you learned at your school with you through life and remember to make tough decisions and wise choices, Deasy said. Salutatorian Samuel Ramsey said that his secret to successfully graduating with the second highest grade point average for the school was motivation. lazy, Ramsey said. think math is evil and I can stand doing homework, especially when Love New York, and the Last Airbender, two of my favorite shows, are on television. But with God and motivation, all things are possible. Nicole Hancock likened preparing her graduation speech to preparing for life. is essential in both, Hancock said. This causes detachment, anxiety, and stress, and you don know where to turn for help or how to get back to where you left off. graduation special speaker was Kim Oliver of Montgomery County, the 2006 National Teacher of the Year. had the honor of meeting the nine African American students who were the first to integrate into a white high school during the 60s, and I was in awe. Oliver said. were young, no more than 14, 15 and 16, yet they led the civil rights movement in education Oliver encouraged the graduates to try to remember the Rock Nine. that no matter how old you are, you can make a difference, she said. stand for something or you fall for anything. receiving his diploma, Stanley McCoy said that he is happy the high school part of his life is over. can wait to go on to tech school in the fall, McCoy said. Graduates Steven Darby, Maurice Robinson Jr. and Daryl Freeman were told by Miller to to college and send me the bill. Hill High School Principal Roney Wynn said Wednesday that during a conversation he had with Miller prior to the graduation, Miller said he had scholarships he wanted to give to students who, may not have had a 4.0 grade point average, but had shown improvement over the year.