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Glacier Peak High School graduation photos

  • Students graduate from Glacier Peak High School at Comcast Arena on Thursday.

    Annie Mulligan / For The Herald

    Students graduate from Glacier Peak High School at Comcast Arena on Thursday.

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  • Students graduate from Glacier Peak High School at Comcast Arena on Thursday.

    Annie Mulligan / For The Herald

    Students graduate from Glacier Peak High School at Comcast Arena on Thursday.

Glacier Peak High School held its graduation Thursday at Comcast Arena. Click here to see a gallery of photos from the ceremony.
The seniors at Glacier Peak were the first graduating class to spend four years at the new school. You can read about their class here.
More graduation photos
Herald photographers are shooting photos from most Snohomish County high school graduation ceremonies this year. Click here for the ones we've added so far and look for more in the coming days.
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