Before the start of Brunswick High School graduation ceremonies on June 6, Hannah Robey takes a "selfie" of her and Chris Deforest while Cory Higgins looks on.
Brunswick High School Junior Class Marshal Corrinne Latti, assisted by fellow junior Jack Murphy, leads seniors to their seats during commencement exercises on Friday, June 6.
Morse High School senior Molly Turner smiles after commencement exercises on Sunday, June 8.
Austin Lewis delivered the commencement speech at the Morse High School graduation ceremonies on June 8. His address quoted three U.S. presidents, and credited his late grandmother with giving him motivation to complete school.
Mt. Ararat High School senior Liz Kneebone, left, and Connie Hodge wait to march to commencement exercises on Sunday, June 8. Kneebone plans to attend Smith College in the fall, and Hodge will go to Stone Hill College.
Custodian Bob Durant shakes hands with a steady stream of Mt. Ararat High School seniors on June 8 before the graduation ceremony.
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