Bear Creek High School's class of 2020 celebrated

Three months after the school year ended, the school's graduates finally had a proper graduation

Joseph Rios
jrios@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 8/9/20

At the beginning of their senior year, Bear Creek High School's class of 2020 didn't imagine they would have to wear masks at their graduation. They didn't imagine they would have a graduation …

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Bear Creek High School's class of 2020 celebrated

Three months after the school year ended, the school's graduates finally had a proper graduation

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At the beginning of their senior year, Bear Creek High School's class of 2020 didn't imagine they would have to wear masks at their graduation. They didn't imagine they would have a graduation ceremony in August rather than in May, or that their last year of high school would be spent learning in front of a computer rather than in a classroom.

But on August 8, none of those things mattered as the class of 2020 from Bear Creek High School finally got to celebrate their achievement together — three months after they finished high school.

The school's 2020 graduates were celebrated at a graduation at Jeffco Stadium in Lakewood in a way that is the new normal now. Graduates, school staff, graduation attendees and others were required to wear masks. And graduation attendees and graduates were spaced out six feet apart.

But now, Bear Creek High School's 2020 graduates can finally feel like they were properly celebrated.

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