Tradition calls for tossing your mortarboards into the air following graduation. Pictured are the graduating Class of 2017 at Wahama High School as they continue the gesture.
What’s graduation without plenty of pictures by friends and family? Shown is a trio of graduating seniors at Wahama High School as they pose for a phone photo.
Megan Marie Hood moves the tassel on her mortarboard, signifying she is now graduated and an alumnus of Wahama High School.
Wahama graduating seniors, from left, Brandie Dawn Vickers, Marley Jo Young, and Colton Andrew Zuspan are shown as they listen intently to the student speakers at commencement exercises on Friday.
A happy Matthew Ryan Wood accepts his diploma at Wahama High School from class advisor Kaitlin Ramirez.
Krista Nicole Clay, top graduating senior at Wahama High School, is pictured as she gives her student address at Friday’s commencement exercises.
Seniors joined their fellow choir members at Wahama’s graduation Friday for one last song as a high school student.
Proud parents, grandparents and friends were on hand to watch the graduation ceremony at Wahama High School Friday. Pictured is a scene from the processional by the Class of 2017.
Hannan High School Valedictorian Maggie Waugh awaits her entrance into the school gymnasium behind Salutatorian Joshua McCoy, at front.
Hannan High School seniors prepare to enter the gymnasium for commencement exercises on Saturday.
“Holy cow! He did it.” This Hannan senior gets creative with his mortarboard.
Tyler Conner, who was Mr. Wildcat and Prom King, is all smiles after receiving his degree.
Joshua McCoy, second in his class at Hannan High School, is greeted by members of the Mason County Board of Education upon receiving his degree.
Principal William Cottrill speaks to graduating seniors at Point Pleasant High School’s commencement ceremony on Saturday.
Valedictorian Emma Rice gets some last minute advice from mom Jonna Rice, not pictured, from the sidelines.
Over 170 graduates from PPHS received degrees on Saturday. Seniors enter the football field here at the start of commencement.
Student Body President Chase Denny speaks to his fellow graduates in the Class of 2017.
Tatum Ferris, National Honor Society representative, introduces the top two students in the Class of 2017, Emma Rice and Alexis Smith, respectively.
This panoramic shot shows a full house for Saturday’s commencement ceremony at Point Pleasant High School on Saturday.