Scenes from Bainbridge graduation 2019 – Part I | Photo gallery

The annual joint Bainbridge and Eagle Harbor high school graduation ceremony took place Saturday, June 15 in BHS Memorial Stadium.

More than 300 seniors received diplomas this year; 282 from BHS and 31 from EHHS, including 13 co-valedictorians: Evan Bergen Epstein, Sawyer Blair, Sean Halstead, Sydney Klatt, Hannah Lee, Noelle Lipschutz, Marianne Milander, Lindsay Payne, Vivian Powell, Catherine Rolfes, Georgia Sauermann, Sofia Scott and Aidan Wagner.

The Review’s Luciano Marano was there, camera in hand, to capture all the pomp and circumstance. The first collection of his favorite shots from the day are gathered here — with more to come!

Congrats, Class of 2019, from all of us here at the Review.

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