High school students graduating from the Morgan Hill Unified School District Class of 2021 will be able to walk in live graduation ceremonies late...
Morgan Hill Unified School District shared students’ speeches that were broadcast on June 4 and 5 graduation ceremonies.
Parents, families, siblings and friends of Morgan Hill Unified School District’s Class of 2020 lined a Saturday morning parade route cheering on more than 600 graduates from three high schools.
These students have navigated the labyrinth of high school hurdles, and we are inspired by their optimistic outlook, refreshing attitudes and heartfelt honesty. We celebrate them, their families, their mentors and all the graduating seniors in the Class of 2020.
While most high schools in the area will conduct online graduation ceremonies due to Covid-19 restrictions on large gatherings, Oakwood School has decided to postpone its celebration and conduct an in-person commencement on Aug. 1.
Their teachers, principals and district administrators are confident the graduating teens can meet the tasks ahead and leave an encouraging mark on the world.
Trust me, graduates, high school graduation is not at all like the movies crack it up to be. Most importantly, we are all coming together to show an outstanding level of support.
Morgan Hill Unified School District and the local community will honor the high school class of 2020 with a Saturday morning parade featuring hundreds of new graduates.
Local nonprofit and public organizations teamed up to honor Morgan Hill’s class of 2020 by displaying banners with all the graduates’ photos throughout the city’s downtown.
Supporters of Live Oak and Sobrato High Schools’ 2020 graduates have been busy selling yard signs for proud parents to let their neighbors know their senior is about to graduate.
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