Graduations galore

Northeast News
May 22, 2013

Kansas City Public Schools’ seniors graced the stage last week to receive their high school diplomas. Both Northeast High School and East High School held their graduation ceremonies at the Kansas City Scottish Rite Temple on May 14. Northeast High School graduated 131 seniors and East High School graduated 143. Northeast News would like to extend our congratulations to all of the graduates!

Below are the highlights from the Northeast and East High School graduations. Photos by Leslie Collins

Northeast High School

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East High School

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