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Class of 2023 holds commencement ceremony

On Friday, June 23, the Class of 2023 held its commencement ceremony in the high school gymnasium.


  • Lexi Lou Alpy
  • Lauren E. Archambeault
  • Alexis Drew Austin
  • Audrey Clementine Beirne
  • Andrew David Berthiaume
  • Kayleigh Elizabeth Carrino
  • Andrew Guy Clark
  • Tristann Crandall
  • Harlan J. Cuite
  • Ayla Marie Dansin
  • Evan Weeden Day
  • Angelina M. Dill
  • Breona Marie Donisthorpe
  • Alexis J. Dorman
  • Matthew Randy Dyke
  • Abraham Edwards
  • Jaiden Farrell
  • Sirell Fiel
  • Olivia Mae Fiske
  • Sean G. Foster
  • Addison Gates
  • Alex R. Green
  • Jeb Gulley
  • Camden Hahn
  • Alexander Henderson
  • Logan Kessler
  • Alex LaFountain
  • Laurel Elizabeth Leary
  • Marykate E. LeBarron
  • Alexander Luke
  • Johanna A. Lynip
  • Natalia Masina
  • Allison Layne McLenithan
  • Kobe S. McManus
  • Felicity Anne Monaghan
  • Jacey M. Nieckarz
  • Schuylar Ann Nolan
  • Taryn Rebekah Olson
  • Zachary Price
  • Olivia Leigh Record
  • Wyatt Ruggles
  • William D. Saltmarsh
  • Michael Joseph Shaner Jr.
  • Zachary S. Smith
  • Maizie Elizabeth Steele
  • Ryan Sweet
  • Stacy Taffi
  • Zoey Rose Thomayer
  • Isaac Toleman
  • James F. Toleman
  • Zachary A. Toleman
  • Emma Rae Townsend
  • Isaac A. Wilkins

Commencement Speaker

Kean Bouplon is a 1995 graduate of Cambridge Central School. Majoring in English, he earned his Bachelor’s degree from Hartwick College and played Division 1 college soccer.

For nearly 20 years, Kean worked as a Family Wealth Advisor at legendary firms such as Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley.

Kean’s path took a dramatic change after losing both of his parents to cancer in less than 4 years. His father’s impromptu deathbed talk changed everything.

In 2017, Kean walked away from Wall Street and created “Build Upon The Good,” a popular syndicated podcast that focuses on legacies and guests share what “good” they hope to pass down to their next generations. Guests vary from CEOs, musicians, authors, former Navy SEALs, popular charities such as Newman’s Own Foundation to everyday people, even including fellow CCS classmates.

Recently, Kean founded Good Capital, a private wealth and investment management firm with the goal of helping families while incorporating a charitable purpose.

Kean lives in Voorheesville, New York with his wife and their three school-aged children.

Watch the Ceremonies

Awards Night and Graduation can be viewed on the district’s YouTube channel.

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