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Many comprehensive and application high schools increased their four-year graduation rate over the previous year, including Ballou High School, Cardozo Education Campus, Dunbar High School, Eastern High School, Duke Ellington School of the Arts, and H.
The month of March marks the culmination of School Year 2014-2015, and with it the holding of graduation day, a coming-of-age rite for young Filipinos in all levels - elementary, high school and college.
Graduations are a serious event and the students who got that far did it with a lot of hard work and attention to detail.
Few can appreciate the growth of lavender graduations better than Sanlo.
The first inkling I had of how clueless I was came when my daughter's mentioned a few months ago that she'd like to have a graduation party at the beach.
As he prepared to walk onto Grant High School's graduation field Thursday, Cameron Harrison's mother had one simple word: ``Hallelujah
While Judge Presnell denied AU's request and permitted the ceremonies to commence, he did so only because, at that juncture, there was insufficient time to change the location of the graduations, which were scheduled for May 19, 20, and 21.
School Board of Brevard County, would proceed to determine whether future high school graduations would be allowed in religious settings.
The large shape of this memoir involves five sections, each with a commencement, starting with Awkward's graduation from elementary school.
Graduation parties can be a highlight of the graduation experience.
Graduations are no longer the stuffy affairs they were 20 or 30 years ago, but they are supposed to be formal occasions.
It is very difficult to impart universal insights from humanity's accumulated wisdom in a graduation speech because every proverb, aphorism or saying is contradicted by a different one, as if every proverb has an equal and opposite proverb.