PHOTO GALLERY: Douglass High School graduation
Saturday, May 23, 2009 | 12:00 a.m. CDT;
updated 8:21 p.m. CDT, Saturday, May 30, 2009
Brandon Gleason was on stage several times at the Douglass High School graduation on Friday. According to his grandmother, Gleason was given a total of eight awards and scholarships.
*Josh Maloney was listening to music on an mp3 player before the Douglass High School graduation at Columbia College. A previous version of this caption incorrectly identified the type of the mp3 player he was using.
COLUMBIA — Thirty-nine graduates from Douglass High School attended commencement at Launer Auditorium on the Columbia College campus Friday night.
Cheryl Miller and Toya Minnis embrace after Minnis received the Douglass High School Parent-Teacher-Student Organization award at the Douglass High School graduation on Friday.
Kayla Carter waves to her friends and family in the crowd as she stands on stage to receive an award.
Friends and family gather on the lawn of Columbia College to receive the new graduates.
Charlene Wright and her son, Isaiah Grant, celebrate after the graduation ceremony on the lawn of Columbia College. Friends and family gathered there to receive the new graduates.
The Douglass High School graduating class of 2009 pose at the front of the stage for friends and family to take pictures.
Patricia Hughley poses for a portrait after the Douglass High School graduation ceremony.
Jessica Elliot gazes at her new high school diploma at the Douglass High School graduation ceremony.
Josh Maloney listens to *music before the Douglass High School graduation at Columbia College. Maloney was sitting patiently with the other graduates in the side corridor of Launer Auditorium before the ceremony on Friday night.
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