Our third and final child graduated from high school last night. It was a big moment for over 500 kids at Noblesville. Here are a few of the shots from last night’s festivities.
People stand in line for hours in the hopes of obtaining the perfect seat and reserving sections for family and friends.
The Noblesville High School Concert Band provides music before the ceremony.
More than 500 chairs await the honored guests.
The local police provide support for this event that has proven to be a little tense in years past.
The entrance music is about to begin.
A smirk and a smile.
One of the few smiles provided before the award of the Diploma.
A yawn of nervous tension.
Mixed emotions are present on graduation day.
Not everyone enjoys graduation.
A few serious faces.
Sitting next to your alphabetical neighbor.
Scanning the crowd.
A few more faces.
Students scan the seats above for family and friends.
A candid moment.
Checking the Stands
Graduation can be serious business.
Harley gives graduation two thumbs up.
The Pledge of Allegiance
Sitting in a perfect row.
Introductions were made and speeches given.
It’s a long wait until the diplomas are handed out.
The student body president tweeted his way through his speech.
Administration and faculty adorn the stage.
Ben reacts to a joke.
Ben receives his Diploma, shaking firmly and looking Sue in the eye.
The view is better on this side of the stage.
Graduation brings out the biggest smiles for some.
The graduation is a big deal for the town of Noblesville.
Changing the Tassels
Move with me.
That’s right. Very nice.
Now, look to the sun…
I want to see pouty lips…
The perfect shot: Matt, Anita, Ben and Emily.
A lack of focus and a big relief.
Ben made it! We are both so pleased.