Local high schools are dusting off recordings of Pomp and Circumstance, preparing to graduate the Class of 2021. Even more so than the previous graduating class, these seniors are heading out into the world after an academic year completely overshadowed by COVID-19, impacting their choices for life after receiving their diploma.
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