ESPERANZA ACADEMY is a tuition-free, independent middle school in the Episcopal tradition welcoming girls of diverse faiths, races and cultures from Lawrence, Massachusetts. Esperanza's mission is to inspire its students to become active learners and responsible global citizens. We empower and prepare our girls to meet challenges with courage, integrity, and respect.
The school is 100% privately funded and relies on the generosity of its donors.
Esperanza Academy Celebrates 2014 Grads and Continued 100% H.S. Graduation
U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz Delivered Commencement Speech at Graduation
Graduation is a time to rejoice. Esperanza Academy is proud to present its graduating Class of 2014 and to announce that its alumnae continue to graduate high school at a 100-percent rate.
On Friday, June 13, at 5 pm, the Academy hosted its sixth annual eighth-grade graduation ceremony at Grace Church in Lawrence. U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts Carmen Ortiz delivered a moving commencement moving at the ceremony.
“We are pleased to announce and hail our 2013 graduates who are heading to great high schools this fall,” said Christopher H. Wilson, Esperanza’s head of school. “They follow in the footsteps of five other Esperanza classes, two of which have graduated from high school with an impressive 100-percent rate. Their accomplishments are a credit and a testament to an Esperanza Academy education, its faculty, trustees, volunteers and donors, and our exceptional graduate support program.”
Esperanza Academy’s alumnae’s high school graduation rate is especially noteworthy because the school was established in 2006 to help address the 45 percent high-school graduation rate in Lawrence.
Esperanza Academy proudly presents its eighth-grade graduates, the Class of 2014:
Kelita Petronila Alarcon
Alondra Maziel Caceres
Cristal De La Rosa
Briana Michelle Duran
Dayleny Guerrero Delgado
Patricia Esmeralda Inirio
Stephanie Nicole Marcano
Jada Alexis Medina
Ana Patricia Morales
Ashley Saint Hilaire