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‘Last true kids of ’90s’ bid farewell to Gloucester High School

Parents, family and friends gathered at the College of William and Mary’s Kaplan Arena on Saturday morning to celebrate the graduation of more than 400 of Gloucester’s "last true kids of the ’90s," according to GHS senior class president Christopher Morgan.

"We have the honor to be named the last true kids of the ’90s," he said, "being born in the ’90s and starting kindergarten in 1999. They’ve saved the best for last."

"It seemed like just moments ago we were entering school to learn our golden rules," Morgan said. "But, as time progressed and the merger of Peasley and Page became Gloucester High School, we became one family." Although formed in just a few short years, these bonds will last a lifetime, Morgan said.

Quoting from his classmate and salutatorian Kevin Speray, Morgan said that "Fifty years from now, nobody will remember everything that went on through high school … But...

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