Liberty High School honors Class of 2020

576 seniors earn diplomas

Posted 5/20/20

Liberty High School, 9621 W. Speckled Gecko Drive, Peoria, celebrated its 576 seniors May 18 and 19 to honor the Class of 2020.

Seniors and their family members rode in vehicles on a celebration …

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Liberty High School honors Class of 2020

576 seniors earn diplomas

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Liberty High School, 9621 W. Speckled Gecko Drive, Peoria, celebrated its 576 seniors May 18 and 19 to honor the Class of 2020.

Seniors and their family members rode in vehicles on a celebration route that began in the staff solar parking lot off Specked Gecko Drive. The route wound cars through both the staff and student lots with designated spots to distribute caps and gowns, to return all school items including district issued laptops loaned to students (textbooks, library books, uniforms, calculators, etc.), to award students who earned NHS Stoles, Honors Cords, NAHS Stoles, NTHS Cords, CTE Medallions, ASL Honors, etc., to collect senior gifts, to pick up yearbooks, and naturally to collect their diplomas.

Grads Photography captured a photograph of each senior, whose name was real aloud.

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