More than 360 seniors turned tassels and entered the real world Tuesday night.

PHOTOS: Methacton High School Class of 2024 Commencement

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On Tuesday night, 366 graduates from Methacton High School's Class of 2024 went on their first steps to change the world. 

Commencement began at 4 p.m. at the high school stadium on Kriebel Mill Road in Eagleville. The event was streamed live at

According to the district, the Class of 2024 earned $23.53 million in grants and scholarships.

Three graduates will head to the U.S. Army National Guard, three will serve in the U.S. Coast Guard, two will serve in the Army, and one graduate each is headed to the U.S. Navy the U.S. Marines.

Collectively, the class served 3,500 in community service hours. Fourteen seniors were recognized as National Merit Finalists, Semi-Finalists or commended students. 

About 6% of the Class of 2024 will enter the workforce immediately and 87% of the class have chosen to further education beyond high schoool.

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Tony Di Domizio

Tony Di Domizio is the Managing Editor of NorthPennNow and PerkValleyNow, and a staff writer for WissNow. Tony graduated from Kutztown University and went on to serve as a reporter and editor for various news organizations, including Patch, The Reporter, and The Morning Call. He loves creative writing, action figure collecting & reselling, music, and films with Michael Keaton & Al Pacino.


James Short

James “Jimmy James” Short is a talented, self-taught photographer with over a decade of experience in photography and videography. A North Penn High School graduate, Jimmy has worked as a freelancer for various local and regional media outlets before joining North Penn Now and Wissahickon Now.

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