Port Angeles High School graduates, from left, Uri Crawford, Samantha Combs and Jordan McTear, decorate a vehicle in preparation for Friday’s graduation parade from Ediz Hook to the high school. Dozens of adorned cars and trucks carried grads through the streets of Port Angeles as a lead-up to the graduation ceremony that evening at Civic Field. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles High School graduates, from left, Uri Crawford, Samantha Combs and Jordan McTear, decorate a vehicle in preparation for Friday’s graduation parade from Ediz Hook to the high school. Dozens of adorned cars and trucks carried grads through the streets of Port Angeles as a lead-up to the graduation ceremony that evening at Civic Field. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Congrats, grads!

Port Angeles High School graduates, from left, Uri Crawford, Samantha Combs and Jordan McTear, decorate a vehicle in preparation for Friday’s graduation parade from Ediz Hook to the high school.

Dozens of adorned cars and trucks carried grads through the streets of Port Angeles as a lead-up to the graduation ceremony that evening at Civic Field.

High school and college graduation ceremonies will continue next weekend on the North Olympic Peninsula.

They will include:

• Port Townsend High School and Ocean K-12 plan to graduate 95 seniors in a combined ceremony at 7 p.m. Friday in McCurdy Pavilion on Fort Worden, 200 Battery Way, Port Townsend.

• Chimacum High School plans to graduate 47 seniors in a ceremony at 1 p.m. Saturday in the gymnasium at Chimacum High School, 91 West Valley Road, Chimacum.

Peninsula College nursing students, back row, from left, Erin Roberts, Emily Whetham and Schelle Fitzpatrick, all from Port Angeles, and Ali Dyche of Chimacum, front, use a selfie machine to take a group photo prior commencement on Saturday on the college’s Port Angeles campus. A total of 270 students were scheduled to take part in two separate ceremonies on Saturday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Peninsula College nursing students, back row, from left, Erin Roberts, Emily Whetham and Schelle Fitzpatrick, all from Port Angeles, and Ali Dyche of Chimacum, front, use a selfie machine to take a group photo prior commencement on Saturday on the college’s Port Angeles campus. A total of 270 students were scheduled to take part in two separate ceremonies on Saturday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Ciara Cargo-Acosta takes a selfie along with fellow graduate Peyton Watson before Crescent High School’s graduation ceremony on Friday. There were 17 graduates in this years class. This years class flew to San Diego to see the zoo, Balboa Park and Sea World. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Ciara Cargo-Acosta takes a selfie along with fellow graduate Peyton Watson before Crescent High School’s graduation ceremony on Friday. There were 17 graduates in this years class. This years class flew to San Diego to see the zoo, Balboa Park and Sea World. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Quilcene senior Dominic Smith stands on a table to get an elevated selfie with his classmates before Saturday’s graduation at the high school. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Quilcene senior Dominic Smith stands on a table to get an elevated selfie with his classmates before Saturday’s graduation at the high school. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Forks High School graduates walk the halls of Quillayute Valley School District schools June 7 before graduation the following day. They started at Forks Elementary and continued on to the other buildings, then boarded a school bus and rode through town, culminating in a walk through Forks Outfitters. (Christi Baron/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Forks High School graduates walk the halls of Quillayute Valley School District schools June 7 before graduation the following day. They started at Forks Elementary and continued on to the other buildings, then boarded a school bus and rode through town, culminating in a walk through Forks Outfitters. (Christi Baron/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

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