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LHS Class of ‘Unpredictability’ Graduates at Last

  • An evening of powerful storms in the area gave way to a beautiful purple and gold sunset for the graduation ceremony for the La Grange Class of 2020 Thursday. Photo by Jeff Wick
    An evening of powerful storms in the area gave way to a beautiful purple and gold sunset for the graduation ceremony for the La Grange Class of 2020 Thursday. Photo by Jeff Wick
  • Tre Scott shows off his diploma as he walks back to his seat during Thursday’s ceremony.Photo by Jeff Wick
    Tre Scott shows off his diploma as he walks back to his seat during Thursday’s ceremony.Photo by Jeff Wick
  • The seniors all had a spare graduation hat that they were allowed to toss at the conclusion of the ceremony but not retrieve because of coronavirus precautions.
    The seniors all had a spare graduation hat that they were allowed to toss at the conclusion of the ceremony but not retrieve because of coronavirus precautions.
  • Senior Autumn Highberg gives the Opening Remarks at Thursday’s ceremony.
    Senior Autumn Highberg gives the Opening Remarks at Thursday’s ceremony.
  • Logan Adamcik, the first alphabetically to officially graduate, walks up to a table where every graduate grabbed their own diploma.
    Logan Adamcik, the first alphabetically to officially graduate, walks up to a table where every graduate grabbed their own diploma.
  • John Comstock, the graduation guest speaker poses for a photo prior to the start of Thursday’s ceremony. He was the last surviving student to be pulled out of the 1999 Texas A&M bonfire collapse that killed 12 and injured 27 students.
    John Comstock, the graduation guest speaker poses for a photo prior to the start of Thursday’s ceremony. He was the last surviving student to be pulled out of the 1999 Texas A&M bonfire collapse that killed 12 and injured 27 students.
  • La Grange graduates sing the school song as attendees (groups of 10 or less for each grad were spaced apart) look on.
    La Grange graduates sing the school song as attendees (groups of 10 or less for each grad were spaced apart) look on.
The La Grange High School Class of 2020 had already waited an extra month to graduate. So 30 more minutes was no big deal. Thursday night powerful storms rolled through Fayette County leading to a lot of uncertainty that La Grange’s graduation was actually going to take place at Leopard Stadium. But a 30-minute delay was all that was needed to make sure the venue was safe – and a rainbow…

 

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