High School Seniors Reunite for Unique Graduation Ceremony
Maia Coleman
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Class of 2020 will walk across the stage to receive their diplomas on Sunday, in an intimate ceremony.
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Islanders Celebrate Graduates With Beach Road Parade
Aaron Wilson
Students and their families lined Beach Road, with every parking spot filled, from the little bridge to Bend in the Road Beach.
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Subdued and Celebratory, High School Seniors Pick Up Caps and Gowns
Will Sennott
On Tuesday morning, the regional high school graduating class of 2020 entered the school for the last time as high school students — and the first time since the pandemic began.
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High School Graduation Eyes Move to Fairgrounds
Will Sennott
The class of 2020 will graduate at the Agricultural Society fairgrounds this summer, pending approvals from health authorities.
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High School Mulls Graduation Alternatives
Aaron Wilson
Alternative plans for graduation ceremonies and budget matters occupied the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School district committee Monday.
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In a Class By Herself, Cuttyhunk Graduate Takes Media Moment in Stride
Holly Pretsky
The media descended on Cuttyhunk Monday for its eighth grade graduation. The class size: one. The name of the affable graduate: Gwen Lynch.
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Community Celebrates Class of 2019
Will Sennott
A brass band rendition of Purple Haze by Jimi Hendrix filled the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs Sunday afternoon as the Island gathered to celebrate graduation.
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Police Academy Grad
Kyle Taylor Altieri graduated on Sept. 14 from the State Police Municipal Academy in New Braintree.
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Tassels Turned, Class of 2018 Celebrates Graduation
Holly Pretsky

With optimism and solemn remembrance, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School class of 2018 graduated Sunday at the Tabernacle.

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Class of 2018 Steps Into the Future
Katherine Gianni
On Sunday, June 10, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School will celebrate the accomplishments of the class of 2018 — a group of 146 seniors described as “kind,” “innovative,” and “well-rounded.”
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