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  Original Published: 6/1/2014

St. Peter's Catholic High School held their own graduation ceremony, complete with a live string quartet. This year's class is the 56th to graduate from St. Peter's, with over 40 students getting their diplomas.

"This is my last (graduation) as principal," said Tressa Reith, the current St. Peter's High School principal who's soon-to-be retiring. "So, they honored me by asking me to be the speaker. I'm kind of nervous, actually."

Audience members cheered as students marched down the aisle toward the stage to the familiar tune of Pomp and Circumstance, which was being played by the live string quartet with horn accompaniment. The ceremony was a success on all fronts.

   
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