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PHOTOS: Yampah Mountain High School class of 2021 graduation

Yampah Mountain High School class of 2021 graduates take their seats at the start of Friday's commencement ceremony at Sunlight Mountain.
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Yampah Mountain High School class of 2021 graduate Kaysha DeMent smiles after her friends give her a standing ovation after singing Stole the Show at Friday's commencement ceremony.
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A Yampah Mountain High School class of 2021 graduate points to teachers and staff after thanking them for helping him graduate during Friday's commencement ceremony.
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A Yampah Mountain High School class of 2021 graduate laughs during a speech at Friday's commencement ceremony.
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A Yampah Mountain High School class of 2021 graduate smiles at friends during Friday's commencement ceremony.
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Yampah Mountain High School class of 2021 graduates laugh and clap during a classmates speech at Friday's commencement ceremony.
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Yampah Mountain High School class of 2021 graduates take their seat at the start of Friday's commencement ceremony at Sunlight Mountain.
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A young girl sits in the lap of a Yampah Mountain High School class of 2021 graduate during Friday morning's commencement ceremony.
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Keynote speaker and Yampah Mountain High School teacher Mike Lowe speaks to graduates during Friday morning's commencement ceremony.
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A Yampah Mountain High School class of 2021 graduate gets emotional while thanking teachers and staff during her speech at Friday's commencement ceremony.
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