Seniors from Two Rivers School throw their caps after graduating on June 6. Photo courtesy of Mary Miller

Seniors from Two Rivers School throw their caps after graduating on June 6. Photo courtesy of Mary Miller

Two Rivers School sends off graduates

The Two Rivers School hosted its graduation ceremony on June 6.

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The Two Rivers School hosted its graduation ceremony on June 6.

A students hugs their supporters during the Two Rivers School graduation ceremony. Photo courtesy of Two Rivers School

A students hugs their supporters during the Two Rivers School graduation ceremony. Photo courtesy of Two Rivers School

A Two Rivers School senior receives their diploma during the Two Rivers School graduation ceremony. Photo courtesy of Two Rivers School

A Two Rivers School senior receives their diploma during the Two Rivers School graduation ceremony. Photo courtesy of Two Rivers School

Two RIvers School students walk into the graduation ceremony on June 6. Photo courtesy of Two Rivers School

Two RIvers School students walk into the graduation ceremony on June 6. Photo courtesy of Two Rivers School

Two Rivers School students hold roses before the graduation ceremony. Photo courtesy of Two Rivers School

Two Rivers School students hold roses before the graduation ceremony. Photo courtesy of Two Rivers School

A Two Rivers School Student receives a scholarship award at the Two Rivers School graduation ceremony. Photo courtesy of Two Rivers School

A Two Rivers School Student receives a scholarship award at the Two Rivers School graduation ceremony. Photo courtesy of Two Rivers School

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