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Commencement is one of the most special events of the year at NMH, when we celebrate our graduating seniors for all they’ve accomplished and contributed and cheer them on as they move on to their next adventures.


Commencement for the Class of 2023 will take place on Sunday, May 21, 2023. Stay tuned for more details. Questions? Email


Commencement 2022

NMH celebrated the 197 members of the Class of 2002 at its 139th Commencement on May 22, 2022.

Read coverage of the Commencement ceremony, enjoy photos of the ceremony and of students’ receiving their diplomas, watch special video messages to the graduates from faculty, and see the full list of Class of 2022 Awards.


Maurice Coleman

2022 Commencement Speaker
Maurice Coleman '87

Maurice Coleman ’87, tax credit syndication executive for commercial real estate banking at Bank of America, accepted an invitation from the Class of 2022 to serve as their Commencement speaker.

"NMH played a pivotal role in my development as a young person and, in many ways, it changed the trajectory of my life journey," he says.

NMH was honored to welcome him back to share his experiences and advice with our graduating class. 

Read more.

Yiwen "Richard" Li


Class Day Exercises, May 19

Faculty and staff joined the Class of 2022 and their guests for the graduate awards ceremony and an address from co-valedictorian Yiwen "Richard" Li. 

Learn more about our co-valedictorians, and read Li’s full remarks.

Yimeng "Gretta" Xie


Baccalaureate, May 21

Members of the Class of 2022 joined the faculty for reflection, song, recognition of retiring faculty, and an address from co-valedictorian Gretta Xie.

Learn more about our co-valedictorians, and read Xie’s full remarks.

Charlie Brandt


NMH’s 139th Commencement, May 22

Diplomas were awarded to the Class of 2022. In addition to Commencement speaker Maurice Coleman ’87, the graduates heard from Charlie Brandt ’22, who was selected the class orator by classmates and faculty. 

Learn more about Brandt and read their full remarks.