East Wake High School students turn their tassels to become graduates at the Raleigh Convention Center on June 10, 2016. East Wake was among the high schools recognized by North Carolina for having a high graduation rate during the 2015-16 school year.
East Wake High School students turn their tassels to become graduates at the Raleigh Convention Center on June 10, 2016. East Wake was among the high schools recognized by North Carolina for having a high graduation rate during the 2015-16 school year. Aaron Moody amoody@newsobserver.com
East Wake High School students turn their tassels to become graduates at the Raleigh Convention Center on June 10, 2016. East Wake was among the high schools recognized by North Carolina for having a high graduation rate during the 2015-16 school year. Aaron Moody amoody@newsobserver.com
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