It’s graduation time in Kentucky. Students across the state are putting on their robes and smiling for selfies with their friends, family and favorite teachers.
At the Kentucky School for the Blind and the Kentucky School for the Deaf, a total of 19 students received their diplomas this year.
At KSB, a rose ceremony brought students, parents and teachers alike to tears as the graduates gave out roses to the people who meant the most to them during the high school journey.
At KSD, a senior video brought out tears and laughter as students watched younger, diaper-clad versions of their friends flash across the screen.
Congratulations, graduates. Go make your dreams come true.
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