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Congratulations Class of 2014!

Oak Ridge senior  Emily Trepagnier celebrates after receiving her diploma Friday, May 30, at the 2014 graduation ceremony in El Dorado Hills.  Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
Oak Ridge senior Emily Trepagnier celebrates after receiving her diploma Friday, May 30, at the 2014 graduation ceremony in El Dorado Hills. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins

Oak Ridge’s Trojans celebrated graduation in style, giving the ceremony a thumbs up and, after everyone received their diplomas Friday evening, some grads even got a lift from family and friends.

The ceremony included posting of the colors by Civil Air Patrol Squadron 85 and a performance by the Oak Ridge Chorale, as well as speeches from Salutatorian Helen Cao, Valedictorian Uma Dingankar and Senior Class President Mikayla Mefford.

Teacher of the Year award was presented to Eric Larsen and, of course, hundreds of diplomas were handed out to the Class of 2014!

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  1. “recieveing her diploma”….someone needs to go back to school.

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