Saying ‘Gracias’

Spotswood Graduates Senior Class Of 2014

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Posted: June 7, 2014

Brian Charette, associate vice president for university planning and analysis at JMU, delivers the commencement address to the SHS graduating class at the Convocation Center on Friday. (Photos by Jason Lenhart)
Spotswood grads toss their mortarboards into the air after receiving their diplomas.
Senior members of the Spotswood Choir perform at Spotswood High School’s graduation at the James Madison University Convocation Center on Friday. About 220 students flipped their tassels to the other side of the mortarboard during the ceremony.
Makena Lewis, Spotswood High School senior class treasurer, takes a selfie with her graduating class before introducing the commencement speaker during Friday’s graduation ceremony at the James Madison University Convocation Center.
Family and friends wait to get photos of their graduate.
Spotswood High School graduates don decorated caps during the ceremony at the JMU Convocation Center on Friday.

HARRISONBURG — At most high school commencement ceremonies, the names of the speakers and graduating seniors are the only ones read out loud to the audience.

But at Spotswood High School’s…



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