Woodbridge High School Class of 2021 graduates Josh Benedict and Jaliyah Cephas celebrate during the June 11 outdoor commencement ceremony.
Caps are tossed by Class of 2021 members at the conclusion of Woodbridge High School's 52nd commencement Friday night.
Woodbridge seniors assemble for the processional at Friday night's graduation ceremony.
Woodbridge Class of 2021 Valedictorian Sydney Weinkam receives her diploma and congratulations from Woodbridge School District Board of Education President Michael Breeding.
Family members on hand to celebrate Woodbridge Class of 2021 graduate Duane Cooke Jr, from left: sister Brianna Cooke, mother Lashonda Cooke, father Duane Cooke Sr., and sister Kayla Cooke.
Shaliyah Palmer receives her diploma from Michael Breeding, president of the Woodbridge School District Board of Education.
The audience and Woodbridge Class of 2021 members stand for the National Anthem, with presentation of colors by the Woodbridge High School Marine Corps JROTC.
Woodbridge High School Principal Kelley Kirkland congratulates Class of 2021 member Isaiah Carey-Ross.
Genevieve Maddox, Woodbridge Class of 2021 Salutatorian, is congratulated by Woodbridge School District Superintendent Heath Chasanov.
From left, Woodbridge Class of 2021 members Ceci Rodriguez, Odalys Ramirez, Kenia Roblero and Ryan Houston arrive for Friday night's commencement.
Family of Woodbridge High School graduate Tyrez Cannon are dressed for the occasion. From left, Barbara Dredden (grandmother), Taryn Cannon (aunt), Michelle Cannon (mother), Alexis Willis (cousin), Jeremy Ross (brother) and Jordan Evans (brother).
Logan Leverage-Frey, Class President for Woodbridge High School's Class of 2021, is congratulated by Woodbridge Superintendent Heath Chasanov.
Woodbridge Class of 2021 members move their cap tassels near the conclusion of Friday night's ceremony.
The Woodbridge High School Bell Choir performs the National Anthem.
Excitement builds as Woodbridge seniors are about to enter the stadium for Friday evening's commencement.
Amid an occasional sprinkle and brisk wind, 150-plus Woodbridge High School seniors received diplomas in an outdoor graduation ceremony staged Friday evening at WHS Stadium.
SMYRNA — Marie and Rachel Youngcourt were the face of perseverance and dedication as they walked to the podium at Smyrna High School last week to accept their diplomas.
The identical twins had to overcome long odds, as Marie was honored as the class of 2021’s valedictorian, while Rachel finished second to her sister, as the class salutatorian.
SEAFORD — Dr. Sharon DiGirolamo, who pulls double duty in the Seaford School District as assistant superintendent and director of special education, is the 2021 Delaware Association of Special Education Professionals' Administrator of the Year.