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Hampton’s Class of 2019 celebrate commencement

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Hampton’s Burke Camper holds up his diploma June 6, 2019.
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Amanda Moser, left, and Katie Cyphers pose for a picture before the graduation ceremony at Hampton on June 6, 2019.
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Hampton’s Elena Orban receives her diploma June 6, 2019.
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Hampton students Grace Kluender, left, and Sofia Arias take a selfie before graduating on June 6, 2019.
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Hampton’s Benjamin DeRose gives a wave during commencement on June 6, 2019.
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Hampton class president Kerollos Kamel gives the opening speech during commencement on June 6, 2019.
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Hampton celebrated its Class of 2019 during commencement on June 6, 2019.
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Hampton students pose for a picture before graduating June 6, 2019.
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Hampton students begin their march towards graduating June 6, 2019.

The weather cooperated as the Hampton High School Class of 2019 enjoyed perfect conditions for the commencement ceremony on June 6. Fridley Field was packed with parents, friends and students as the seniors officially graduated and begin to embark on new adventures.

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