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Gabriel Sequeira was a member of multiple athletic teams, as well as a member of the National Honor Society, school band, and history club during his time at Bourne High School.

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Jake Lunedei said that he has been a member of the golf and lacrosse teams while a student at Bourne High School.

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Katie Wieler has spent her years at Bourne High School running cross country and track, as a member of the Drama Club, and as a member of National Honor Society.

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Keenan said that he was grateful to all of the teachers who have guided him through his years at Bourne High School.

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Bourne High School senior Isabelle Stone said that she has been involved in a number of activities during her time in the school.

Meet The Class Of 2021

The Bourne High School Class of 2021 is the second—and, with luck, the last—group of students to have its graduating year directly affected by COVID-19. Our hearts go out to them as well as their teachers, fellow students and families.

This is not the carefree capstone year that many of the students had anticipated. Yet, like any other year, it has been filled with incredible achievements worth celebrating and important personal stories worth sharing.

To give these students some of the acknowledgment and positive attention they are due, we have partnered with the Bourne Public Schools to start two new regular features in The Bourne Enterprise: our weekly Senior Spotlight profiles and our ongoing Student Viewpoints columns.

Our goal with the Senior Spotlights is to feature each of the roughly 115 students before Graduation Day in June. It will be like a public preview to the school’s yearbook.

The Student Viewpoints columns will center primarily around how individual students have adjusted to life during the pandemic, but some students will choose to focus on other subjects as well. The contributors will be from Bourne High School and Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical High School. We are proud to have these young people share their voices and perspectives on our editorial page.

Thank you for reading these pieces and for helping us recognize the Class of 2021!

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