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PHOTOS: Grand Valley High School graduates class of 2021

A Grand Valley High School senior celebrates in triumph after receiving her diploma during a graduation ceremony on Saturday.
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Grand Valley High School students stand in line to receive their diplomas on Saturday.
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A Grand Valley High School graduate modestly tosses his graduation cap on Saturday.
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Grand Valley High School seniors await their graduation on Saturday.
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A Grand Valley High School senior gets his graduation cap adjusted on Saturday.
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A Grand Valley High School senior receives a hug during a graduation ceremony on Saturday.
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A Grand Valley High School student celebrates after receiving his diploma on Saturday.
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A Grand Valley High School senior gives a hug during a graduation ceremony on Saturday.
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A Grand Valley High School senior walks to give someone roses during a graduation ceremony on Saturday.
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Soon-to-be Grand Valley High School graduates sit and listen to a speech given by Brooke Studebaker on Saturday.
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Grand Valley High School senior Tyler Miller gives a speech during the graduation ceremony on Saturday.
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Reporter Ray K. Erku can be reached at 612-423-5273 or rerku@postindependent.com


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