On June 8, 49 students from southern Wake County schools and some who are homeschooled graduated from Seminary in a ceremony for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Apex. Students spent more than 700 hours in Seminary classes before school each day during high school. Many of the students will soon leave for service missions.
On June 8, 49 students from southern Wake County schools and some who are homeschooled graduated from Seminary in a ceremony for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Apex. Students spent more than 700 hours in Seminary classes before school each day during high school. Many of the students will soon leave for service missions. COURTESY OF DR. DAVID CREECH
On June 8, 49 students from southern Wake County schools and some who are homeschooled graduated from Seminary in a ceremony for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Apex. Students spent more than 700 hours in Seminary classes before school each day during high school. Many of the students will soon leave for service missions. COURTESY OF DR. DAVID CREECH

Faith Notes: June 18

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