PHOTOS: Northglenn High School 319 seniors

Northglenn High School graduated the Class of 2022 in a May 17 ceremony at the CU Coors Events Center in Boulder. 'Bookend class' graduates as Norse celebrate

Scott Taylor
staylor@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 5/17/22

Northglenn High School graduated the Class of 2022 in a May 17 ceremony at the CU Coors Events Center in Boulder.

The 319 seniors were led by escorts …

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PHOTOS: Northglenn High School 319 seniors

Northglenn High School graduated the Class of 2022 in a May 17 ceremony at the CU Coors Events Center in Boulder. 'Bookend class' graduates as Norse celebrate

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Northglenn High School graduated the Class of 2022 in a May 17 ceremony at the CU Coors Events Center in Boulder.

The 319 seniors were led by escorts from the junior class in yellow robes. Graduates wore bright red caps and gowns with members of the National Honor Society in white caps and gowns.

In his presentation, Adams 12 Superintendent Chris Gdowski called the students a "bookend class," beginning their freshman year in pre-COVID 2019 and graduating in 2022, with two COVID years in the middle.

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