Hamden Hall Country Day School graduated 63 seniors on June 13, during the school’s 102nd Commencement Exercises.

The Commencement Address was given by Hamden Hall alumnus Gary Greenberg who graduated with the Class of 1982. Greenberg is the head writer for Jimmy Kimmel Live in Los Angeles.

“Hamden Hall has meant so much to me so it’s an honor to be here today, but it’s also a bit surreal because I sat where you are 32 years ago,” said Greenberg, reminiscing about his own graduation, which featured Hamden Hall alumnus and famed baby care author, Dr. Benjamin Spock.

“Hamden Hall has provided you with this wonderful nurturing environment,” he said. Local graduates included Trumbull residents Melanie Greene, who will enter Northeastern University in the fall; and Caroline Quinn, who earned the Erma F. Whitson Memorial Award and will attend College of the Holy Cross.

Hamden Hall is a coeducational college preparatory school that enrolls students from more than 35 communities.