While high school graduates on the Midpeninsula won't be participating in traditional commencement ceremonies this year, celebrations are still taking place to mark the rite of passage. We've compiled a guide of stories and photos commemorating the milestone.
On the night that would have been the class of 2020's traditional graduation, Palo Alto's sidewalks and street corners were full of people cheering and waving as seniors and their families drove in an ebullient car parade around the city on June 3.
We interviewed six graduating seniors from Palo Alto and East Palo Alto, whose varied accomplishments are well worth celebrating, now more than ever.
From learning from at home on Zoom to skateboarding solo down suburban streets, three high school seniors share a glimpse of what their last month of school looked like.
The current pandemic and shelter-at-home order make it much more difficult to celebrate newly graduated seniors. We're honoring them with a special section filled with announcements that recognize the class of 2020, which can be found here.
List of local high school graduates: