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GALLERY: Plum Senior High School 2012 graduation

| Thursday, June 14, 2012, 2:35 p.m.
Anthony Greco and Sabrina Tishko pose. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Angela Deriso, Jamie Schmitt and Elizabeth Addison congratulate each other. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Graduates participate in the traditional hat toss. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Steven Joyce reacts as he receives his diploma. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Andrew Glaser receives his diploma. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Tarique Ellis celebrates. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Kristyn Romell and her twin brother Bryan walk arm in arm together after getting their diplomas. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Gregory Varga, senior class president, gives the remarks of the senior class president. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Salutatorian Alison Kuhn gives the Salutatory Address. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Valedictorian Stacey Liu gives the valedictory address. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Graduates enter the stadium. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Zach Williams waves to friends in the audience. Photo by Aaron Loughner
The commencement ceremony for the Class of 2012 Plum Senior High School was held on Thursday. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Friends Olivia Brinker and Haley Bowser. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Plum High School graduates pose outside the school. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Graduates wait on the stairwell for the ceremony on Thursday. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Toni Voithofer fixes cap for fellow graduate Michelle Verbos. Photo by Aaron Loughner
Mikaela Dunegan, student council president, waits for the graduation processional to begin on Thursday. Photo by Aaron Loughner

The commencement ceremony for the Class of 2012 at Plum Senior High School was held on Thursday, June 7, 2012.

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