Front row, leit to right: Hayden Hoffmann, Amy Latendresse, Bora Kumuk, Adam Hamblet, Maggie Swain, William Trudeau, Natalee McKenzie, Charlie Koenig, Brendan O’Connor, Boden Gerry Back row, left to right: Sullivan Butler, Caleb Stefanakos, Jack Velenchik, Chase Littlefield, Stephen Cramm, Bodhi Béschen. SUBMITTED PHOTO

CARRABASSETT VALLEY — The 2024 graduating class at Carrabassett Valley Academy (CVA) will accept their diplomas during this year’s commencement exercises to be held on Saturday, June 1, 2024, at 10 a.m. in the Richard Bell Chapel at Sugarloaf Mountain.

The commencement ceremony serves as a significant milestone in the journey of CVA’s graduating student-athletes, marking the culmination of years of hard work, dedication, and academic achievement. It is a time to celebrate their accomplishments and to recognize their contributions to the CVA community.

The ceremony will feature student and faculty speakers, awards, and commencement speaker Colonel Warren “Bunge” Cook, Jr, a Colonel in the United States Marine Corps with over 20 years of service.

During the ceremony, the following graduates will have the opportunity to walk across the stage and receive their diplomas, signifying the completion of their degree programs:

Bodhi Béschen, Castle Valley, Utah

Sullivan Butler, Carrabassett Valley, Maine


Stephen Cramm, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Boden Gerry, Carrabassett Valley, Maine

Adam Hamblet, Meredith, New Hampshire

Hayden Hoffmann, Sherborn, Massachusetts

Charlie Koenig, Coplin Plantation, Maine ++*

Bora Kumuk, Gekmekéy, Istanbul, Turkey


Amy Latendresse, Rangeley, Maine

Chase Littlefield, Yarmouth, Maine

Natalee McKenzie, Kingfield, Maine *

Brendan O’Connor, Mount Holly, North Carolina

Caleb Stefanakos, Freeport, Maine +*

Maggie Swain, Kingfield, Maine *


William Trudeau, Oxford, Quebec, Canada

Jack Velenchik, Bondville, Vermont

A certificate of attendance will be issued to Winter Term student-athlete: Mitchell Marquis, Sidney, Maine

(*National Honor Society Member) (++Valedictorian) ( +Salutatorian)

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