Invictus High School recently held its spring commencement on June 9th at Cleveland State University.
Over 35 students received their high school diploma making this year’s graduation class the largest in the history of the school. The school expanded its graduation pathways to help students become college and career ready. Students can now not only earn an accredited high school diploma but also state recognized industry credentials in the medical field, business, and law and public safety.
At this year’s spring ceremony, many graduates received their STNA and home health aid certifications in addition to their high school diploma. Invictus staff also recognized student stories of perseverance with the “Undefeated Award”.
Ohio House Representative Bill Patmon delivered an inspiring commencement address urging graduates to continue to write their own personal success story. To date Invictus High School has helped over 1000 students in the Cleveland area earn their high school diploma. The school now has three locations to serve students throughout the greater Cleveland metro area.