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Approximately 249 students officially graduated from Liberty County High School during a carline ceremony held Saturday, May 23, 2020 at the school. Diplomas were conferred by LCHS Principal Debra Frazier with Liberty County School Superintendent Dr. Franklin Perry and other administrators and teachers there to cheer on the graduates, whose traditional graduation ceremony was put on hold to July 18 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. See more graduation photos in upcoming issues, including the 2020 Graduation Special which will be published June 3. - photo by Jeff Whitten

Nearly 600 students from Bradwell Institute and Liberty County High School got their diplomas during drive-through, “carline” graduation ceremonies on Friday and Saturday at their respective campuses.

The events, organized after shutdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic, gave students, parents, teachers and administrators an opportunity to celebrate graduation and seemed well received by all involved. 

See more photos in next week’s paper and special graduation section. 

Graduation section coming next week

The Coastal Courier’s 2020 Graduation section will be published June 3 instead of today. The change was originally announced May 20 by Courier Publisher Dee McLelland. The section will be inserted in the June 3 edition and souvenir editions will be available for sale in the Coastal Courier office. “This will be the largest Graduation Section the Coastal Courier has ever published and we anticipate it will be something the community, students and parents will enjoy for a long time to come,” McLelland said. 

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