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Fifth graders experience college life at Chaminade

Fifth-grade students from across the isles participated in the “I Go To College” program hosted by Chaminade University in partnership with Hawaii Catholic Schools on Thursday.
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Fifth-grade students from across the isles participated in the “I Go To College” program hosted by Chaminade University in partnership with Hawaii Catholic Schools on Thursday. A total of 359 students visited the Chaminade University campus, on two separate dates in November, to attend classes, tour the campus and receive “diplomas” at a graduation ceremony.
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Students assemble ahead of the graduation ceremony held in McCabe Gym. “The purpose of this program is to expose the students to college life at an early age and to provide them with a day that is fun and eye opening,” said Kim Baxter, director of early college programs at Chaminade.
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Speaking at the graduation is Llewellyn Young, superintendent of Hawaii Catholic Schools.
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Speaking at the graduation is Chaminade University President Lynn Babington.
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Speaking at the graduation ceremony is Chaminade University Provost Lance Askildson.
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Chaminade University students Bradley Agustin Godinez, Maureen Nelly, and Moanna Blacksteen applaud students as they queue to for the graduation ceremony.
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Maryknoll School student Ella Lam, 10, received her “diploma” from Chaminade University President Lynn Babington and Provost Lance Askildson.
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St. Anthony student Andrew Karakalpakis, 11, received his degree from Chaminade University President Lynn Babington.

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