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Class of 2014 graduates outdoors at Westborough High

Margo Murphy adds bubbles to the graduation ceremony.

Margo Murphy adds bubbles to the graduation ceremony.

Westborough – The weather cooperated June 7 for the outdoor graduation ceremony for the Class of 2014 at Westborough High School (WHS), where 270 diplomas were presented. Speakers included Superintendent Marianne O”Connor and WHS Principal Brian Callaghan.

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Salutatorian Mark Schoen jokes with his classmates.

Salutatorian Mark Schoen jokes with his classmates.

Valedictorian Steven Homberg proclaims,

Valedictorian Steven Homberg proclaims, “Live long and prosper, Class of 2014!”

Principal Brian Callaghan congratulates Mohamad Alnaal.

Principal Brian Callaghan congratulates Mohamad Alnaal.

A graduate declares his accomplishment.

A graduate declares his accomplishment.

The graduates toss their caps in the air.

The graduates toss their caps in the air.

Class President Mia Natale welcomes everyone.

Class President Mia Natale welcomes everyone.

Members of the Senior Choral Union sing the

Members of the Senior Choral Union sing the “Star Spangled Banner.”

Patrick Considine and Isabelle Cunningham enter the football field.

Patrick Considine and Isabelle Cunningham enter the football field.

Connor Joyce and Pranit Lahoty spot familiar faces in the crowd.

Connor Joyce and Pranit Lahoty spot familiar faces in the crowd.

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