Kwalikum Secondary School 2020 grads presented with diplomas

Kwalikum Secondary 2020 grads do the traditional cap tossing. (Michael Briones photo)
A happy group of 2020 Kwalikum Secondary graduates. (Michael Briones photo)
Friends take a group shot prior to start of the Kwalikum Secondary 2020 graduation ceremonies. (Michael Briones photo)
Kwalikum Secondary graduates get a chance to take family photo. (Michael Briones photo)

An unexpected downpour dampened the start of the Kwalikum Secondary 2020 graduation ceremonies on Wednesday morning but it eventually stopped, much to the delight of teachers and parents who allowed the modified rites to proceed.

An outdoor stage was set up on the school parking lot where graduates in groups of 10 were individually driven in by parents. Each were presented with their diplomas before climbing up to stage where they were introduced, along with a brief note on their future plans.

READ MORE: Kwalikum Secondary grads to hold 2020 parade on June 27

The ceremony was spread out throughout the day and it went smoothly.

MORE KSS GRAD PHOTOS HERE

Michael.Briones@pqbnews.com

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