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Brunswick County Schools reveal graduation plan despite community concerns

The Brunswick County Board of Education has set a plan in place to hold small graduation diploma ceremonies while remaining under the CDC's guidelines of number of people allowed to gather. Those small ceremonies will be taped and edited together for a complete graduation video to highlight each of the counties three high schools. 

Chatham Charter School holds special graduation for senior enlisting in Marines early due to COVID-19

Chatham Charter School held a special commencement ceremony for a senior who has to report to the Marines Sunday.

Rainy forecast forces Whiteville High graduation inside Saturday with limited tickets

Despite the region still being in a moderate drought, the threat of rain this weekend is forcing an area high school to change the location for graduation.

Mickelson withdraws from US Open

This is the first time Mickelson has missed the U.S. Open since he failed to qualify in 1993.

Brunswick County graduations streaming online this weekend

When a loved one graduates high school, you want to be part of their big day, but tickets are limited to the graduation festivities for Brunswick County's high schools.

Brunswick County graduations to stream live online

Not having a ticket will not keep family and friends from seeing students graduate from Brunswick County high schools this week. The district is using technology to make sure anyone can watch.

NC reports progress on high school graduation rate

videoNorth Carolina's high school graduation rate is showing more improvement, with more than eight out of 10 earning a diploma in four years.

SC mom locked up for cheering at child’s graduation

Shannon Cooper cheered as her daughter walked across the stage to get her diploma from South Florence High School Saturday night, but just minutes later, Shannon was handcuffed and arrested.

NC public schools celebrate where graduations high

North Carolina public school leaders are celebrating the classrooms that manage to keep kids going to the end of their high school careers.

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