Ocoee High School celebrated its seniors with a drive-thru graduation Thursday, May 28.
The graduating seniors at Ocoee High School might not have had a traditional graduation ceremony because of COVID-19, but they still had cause to celebrate Thursday, May 28. School officials planned a drive-thru graduation program that snaked through the parking lot and included cowbells, shakers, music and each student’s name announced over the loud speaker.
Despite the rain, seniors poked their heads out of the windows and sunroofs of their decorated vehicles and greeted the school administration that lined up along the south side of the school. Police cars flashed their lights, and a firetruck blasted its horn at the graduates as each one exited the campus. The school mascot, Knightmare, was there to bid the seniors goodbye.
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