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Approximately 600 students received their high school diplomas and graduated on Thursday, June 3. The face-to-face graduation ceremony marked a return to tradition after last year’s graduation was a drive-through ceremony due to high COVID-19 metrics. The Class of 2021 underwent a mostly hybrid learning model for classes, mixing online and in-person instruction.
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