St. Mary’s high school graduates look ahead

The Enterprise

TALK OF THE TOWN
Approximately 1,463 students crossed stages last month to accept their high school diplomas, an accomplishment that educators call the key to starting a successful life in college or at a career. Those students — 1,270 from the three public high schools in St. Mary’s County and almost another 200 from private schools — have spent at least the last 13 years in classrooms learning how to solve math problems, read fluently and so much more. For them, and their families, commencement exercises held last week marked the accomplishments of those last 13 years as they officially earn the status as graduates of the Class of 2015.
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