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Graduation 2021
  • Published
    June 13, 2021

    In photos: Morse High School graduation

    Morse High School seniors graduated on Saturday, June 12. Photos by Nina Mahaleris for The Times Record.

  • Published
    June 12, 2021

    Brunswick Class of 2021 walks into future, hope to leave remote learning behind

    158 Brunswick High School seniors graduated Friday at Bowdoin College's Watson Arena.

  • Published
    June 12, 2021

    In photos: Brunswick High School graduation

    Brunswick High School seniors graduated on Friday, June 11, at Bowdoin College's Watson Arena. Photos by Nina Mahaleris for The Times Record.

  • Published
    June 12, 2021

    In Photos: Brunswick High School graduation

    Brunswick High School seniors graduated on Friday, June 11, at Bowdoin College's Watson Arena. Photos by Nina Mahaleris for The Times Record.

  • Published
    June 11, 2021

    Wiscasset high school seniors cross the finish line at Wiscasset Speedway

    Wiscasset Middle High School seniors graduated at the Wiscasset Speedway for the second consecutive year to allow more space for families to distance themselves from one another to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

  • Published
    June 11, 2021

    Bath high school graduation will return to home turf

    After moving last year's graduation ceremony to the Wiscasset Municipal Airport to allow for social distancing, Morse High School seniors will receive their diplomas on Saturday, June 12, at McMann Field, the school's traditional ceremony site.

  • Published
    June 11, 2021

    Richmond high school to hold graduation at traditional location

    Richmond High School will hold its graduation ceremony in the school gymnasium after briefly moving outdoors last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Published
    June 6, 2021

    Wiscasset graduation to be held at speedway for 2nd consecutive year

    The senior class will celebrate their graduation at the Wiscasset Speedway on Thursday, June 10 at 6 p.m.

  • Published
    June 6, 2021

    Maine’s Graduates to Watch: Class of 2021

    This month, thousands of young Mainers are making one of life’s great transitions at high school graduations across the state. For this annual feature, we seek out seniors who, because of heart, talent or toughness, are likely to make a difference in the world. And each year the young nominees seem more extraordinary. Staff writer Kelley Bouchard tells the stories of 10 outstanding members of the class of 2021 and their journeys so far. They include several top scholars, athletes, community volunteers and immigrants. There's a young scientist, a skilled carpenter, a math whiz and a certified spinning instructor, along with a few social activists and two young men who plan to serve in the military. They have overcome poverty, homelessness, language barriers, prejudices, preconceptions, debilitating sports injuries and everyday teen insecurities. And they excelled despite a global pandemic that forced them to attend classes online and canceled many club meetings, social gatherings and sports events. Their intended careers include medicine, international relations, the music business, journalism, engineering and architecture. They have already accomplished so much and we can't wait to see what they do next.

  • Published
    June 2, 2021

    High school graduations are back, and in-person, after a year of difficult lessons

    Deering High School's outdoor ceremony at Memorial Field marks a return to some sense of normalcy.

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