Photo Gallery: Loudoun Celebrates 5,400 Graduates

While the rules about cap decorating varied at the high schools, many graduates added a bit of flare to their caps. [Douglas Graham/Loudoun Now]
While the rules about cap decorating varied at the high schools, many graduates added a bit of flare to their caps. [Douglas Graham/Loudoun Now]

Woodgrove High School celebrated its class of 2017—395 students strong—with a ceremony Tuesday morning. In all, 5,400 students in Loudoun County officially graduated from high school this week. [Douglas Graham/Loudoun Now]
Woodgrove graduates got a sunny–and toasty–morning as they celebrated the end of their high school career Tuesday. [Douglas Graham/Loudoun Now]
Longtime history teacher Richard Gillespie addressed the graduates of Woodgrove High School. [Douglas Graham/Loudoun Now]
Woodgrove graduates and their families got a sunny–and toasty–morning as they celebrated the end of their high school career Tuesday. [Douglas Graham/Loudoun Now]
Woodgrove graduates and their families got a sunny–and toasty–morning as they celebrated the end of their high school career Tuesday. [Douglas Graham/Loudoun Now]
Principal John Brewer congratulates scholarship winners Aine Kirwan and Edwin Bonilla-Quintero. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
Members of Dominion’s Class of 2017 perform “In My Life” during their commencement ceremony Sunday. [Danielle Nadler/Loudoun Now]
Loudoun County High School celebrated its 350 graduates Monday morning. [Renss Greene/Loudoun Now]
Read coverage of Loudoun County’s high school graduations here. And here’s a glimpse of a few of the commencement ceremonies in photos.

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