Green Mountain’s Virtual Graduation Walk Jacob Thomas

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Each day from May 2 until June 18, The Chester Telegraph will spotlight one member of the Green Mountain High School’s class of 2020. While nothing can replace the thrill of walking across the stage to receive your diploma at your high school graduation, we hope this moment “on stage” in front of your family, friends and community will give you some small joy and a memory to take with you.


Jacob Thomas

Jacob, JT, Jake, Jasper enjoys spending his time buying and reselling streetwear clothing such as Supreme and Palace. He has been a varsity athlete for both baseball and basketball while attending  Green Mountain Union High School. He also enjoys skateboarding in his free time. Jacob is a member of Interact Club. When he thinks about his high school experience, the big gecko on the side of the building is still an enigma. Jacob will have to let go of some true friends as he leaves GMUHS for his next journey. Fifteen years from now Jacob imagines himself in the same old blue RAV 4, Ravioli, that he has right now. Throw in a few guinea pigs and a real fat cat and Jake will be rolling to his class reunion. Why are oyster crackers so addicting? A vacation right now would take Jacob and Tony Baloney to northern Canada, all the way up. What’s up there anyway? In the fall, Jacob will be attending the University of Vermont and majoring in Marketing. Puppymonkeybaby.


View the Green Mountain High School Class of 2020 gallery

After leaving the stage, each student’s photo will become part of the Class of 2020 gallery. We want to thank Becky Bushey and Kelly Goodrich for their work in pulling together photos and text and Principal Lauren Fierman and the GM Guidance Office and our advertisers for making it possible.


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  1. John Holme says:

    Congratulations Jake. It’s been good knowing you. It was always good to see you appear out of the darkness as we did our morning dog walks. Have a great time at UVM.

  2. Congratulations to you Jacob!
    All the best going forward.

  3. Sharon Jonynas says:

    One of the greatest people – good luck, Jacob, and I’ll miss seeing you at Lisai’s.