Charlotte Muyumba looked over to her family Wednesday during Paul Laurence Dunbar High School’s graduation ceremony at Rupp Arena. Dunbar and Lafayette graduates received their diplomas Wednesday. On Thursday, Bryan Station, Henry Clay and Tates Creek high schools hold their commencement ceremonies. Fayette County Public Schools will have more than 2,640 graduates this spring, an all-time high.
Charlotte Muyumba looked over to her family Wednesday during Paul Laurence Dunbar High School’s graduation ceremony at Rupp Arena. Dunbar and Lafayette graduates received their diplomas Wednesday. On Thursday, Bryan Station, Henry Clay and Tates Creek high schools hold their commencement ceremonies. Fayette County Public Schools will have more than 2,640 graduates this spring, an all-time high. Ebony Cox ecox@herald-leader.com
Charlotte Muyumba looked over to her family Wednesday during Paul Laurence Dunbar High School’s graduation ceremony at Rupp Arena. Dunbar and Lafayette graduates received their diplomas Wednesday. On Thursday, Bryan Station, Henry Clay and Tates Creek high schools hold their commencement ceremonies. Fayette County Public Schools will have more than 2,640 graduates this spring, an all-time high. Ebony Cox ecox@herald-leader.com

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Lafayette, Dunbar kick off ceremonies for Fayette County’s largest graduating class

May 25, 2017 8:29 AM

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