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Class of 2013 graduates outdoors at Westborough High School

Kendal Simard and Olivia Tortolini spot familiar faces in the crowd as they enter the football field for the graduation ceremony.

Kendal Simard and Olivia Tortolini spot familiar faces in the crowd as they enter the football field for the graduation ceremony.

Westborough – The weather cooperated June 8 for the outdoor graduation ceremony for the Class of 2013 at Westborough High School (WHS), where 259 diplomas were presented. Speakers included Superintendent Marianne O’Connor and WHS Principal John Smith.

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margaret Sharma, Student Council president, welcomes everyone to the ceremony.

Margaret Sharma, Student Council president, welcomes everyone to the ceremony.

Salutatorian Alexander DeFiore reminds his classmates to always be awesome.

Salutatorian Alexander DeFiore reminds his classmates to always be awesome.

Lots of decorated caps filled the football field.

Lots of decorated caps filled the football field.

Kimberly Woodcock and Susannah Wright (center) blow bubbles.

Kimberly Woodcock and Susannah Wright (center) blow bubbles.

Valedictorian Erin Reynolds speaks to her classmates.

Valedictorian Erin Reynolds speaks to her classmates.

Principal John Smith congratulates Carolyn Bernieri.

Principal John Smith congratulates Carolyn Bernieri.

Principal John Smith gives a congratulatory hug to John Covino.

Principal John Smith gives a congratulatory hug to John Covino.

The graduates toss their caps in the air.

The graduates toss their caps in the air.

 

 

(l to r) Abby Stadig, Koya Nakata, Harrison Honor and Mike Damiano sing “Star Spangled Banner” with the Senior Choral Union.

(l to r) Abby Stadig, Koya Nakata, Harrison Honor and Mike Damiano sing “Star Spangled Banner” with the Senior Choral Union.

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