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Mountain View's class of 2019 looks to the future

by Ray Levy-Uyeda

It's graduation day, and hundreds of 18 year olds in black robes and decorated square caps sit in the bleachers of the Mountain View High School athletic field facing their family and friends. They listen to their peers offer words of advice and wait for their name to be called. They are a part of a legacy of high-achieving students, talented musicians, activists, and athletes, but this is the last time they can be called a student of Mountain View high.

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