Teacher Andrea Cayler congratulates the 2014 graduates of Cape Elizabeth High School at commencement exercises on Sunday, June 8.
South Portland High School seniors throw their mortarboards into the air at commencement exercises on Sunday, June 8.
Samantha Albert, a new graduate of Scarborough High School, smiles during the commencement recessional on June 8 at Cumberland County Civic Center.
The Scarborough High School Senior Chorus sings "On My Way" on June 8 during commencement exercises at Cumberland County Civic Center.
Cape Elizabeth High School seniors gather for the graduation ceremony at Fort Williams Park on June 8.
The Cape Elizabeth High School Class of 2014 marches to the June 8 commencement exercises.
Tammil Kiidli snaps photos of her son, Tanniel Kiidli, at the June 8 commencement exercises for the South Portland High School Class of 2014.
Mohammed Ismail, left, and Nimo Ismail celebrate her graduation from South Portland High School on June 8.
New graduates Maiki Saito and Emma Cooper embrace during commencement exercises for Scarborough High School at Cumberland County Civic Center on Sunday, June 8.
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