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Brentwood Borough High School Class of 2019

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Brentwood High School seniors head into the stadium for the procession during the Class of 2019 commencement ceremony.
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Brentwood High School seniors, awaiting to receive their diplomas, listen to remarks.
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Brentwood High School principal Jason Olexa introduces Class of 2019 salutatorian Zana Daghles.
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Brentwood High School seniors stand during the announcement of scholarships before receiving their diplomas.
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time to celebrate Brentwood High School class president Salina Thapa gives her commencement speech June 7 as the Class of 2019 held its graduation ceremonies. Seniors stand during the announcement of scholarships before receiving their diplomas.

On June 7, Brentwood Borough High School’s Class of 2019 walked across the stage at the stadium to receive their diplomas.

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