Yesterday, 99 Highwood High students, all decked out in caps and gowns, received their diplomas.
"Sixty-four days ago we were putting the finishing touches to our grad ceremony," said principal Leah Kingston during the ceremony. "Sixty-three days ago our families, students and staff had their lives changed forever."
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Alberta Premiere Alison Redford was in attendance to mark the important day.
"A graduation anytime is an exciting day, but your graduation today is something that people across Alberta and Canada are celebrating with you," she said in a speech to the graduates and their families.
"What we talk about today is not something that happened eight weeks ago," Redford continued. "What we talk about today is a celebration of your success becauseRead More »from High River students finally don caps and gowns, two months after graduation halted by flooding