[Posted on Jun 22, 2016 | 728 views]
Mathews High School students Joy Tucker, Sophie Beckley, Sydney Chappell and Baynham Parker, from left, pose for one last selfie before heading into the Harry M. Ward Auditorium on Saturday afternoon to receive their diplomas. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Honor student Veronica Cosby receives her diploma from Mathews High School principal Dr. Toni Childress. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Marshall Barrack, Mark Wilson, Sam Gale, Trey Burroughs, Nick Mann and Clayton Ware, from left, clown around as they wait in the Mathews High School cafeteria before the start of Saturday’s graduation ceremony. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Brooke Prentice is all smiles as she shows off her MHS diploma after receiving it from the school’s principal, Dr. Toni Childress. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Shakara Johnson and Zhané Johnson look over their Mathews High School diplomas. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Reggie Johnson, Rachel Stewart and Emma Wood, from left, pose for the camera as they get ready for Saturday’s MHS graduation ceremony. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Mathews High School graduate Micaela Sadler receives congratulations from Ginger Richards, chairman of the Mathews County School Board. Photo by Charlie Koenig
“I just did it”—Mathews High School graduate Zhané Johnson’s mortarboard cap says it all. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Senior class head sponsor Steve Casper takes a photo as students line up to enter the Harry M. Ward Auditorium on Saturday afternoon. Photo by Charlie Koenig
Students sing the Mathews High School Alma Mater at the conclusion of Saturday's graduation ceremony. Photo by Charlie Koenig
 
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