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High school seniors receive one of a kind cap and gowns

High school seniors receive one of a kind cap and gowns


PERSONAL. BRENNAN: THERE ARE FEW MILESTONES THAT COMPARE TO HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION.>>HEY.>>WHO ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?>>[CHEERING] BRENNAN: AND NO ONE CELEBRATES QUITE LIKE CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL.>>I AM WEARING MY BRAND NEW CAROLINA HIGH CAP AND GOWN, WITH MY WHOLE CLASS’ NAMES ON IT. BRENNAN: BRANDON BURNSIDE SHOWS OFF THE BACK WHICH LOOKS LIKE A SPORTS JERSEY WITH HIS LAST NAME, THE NUMBER 17 AND THE SCHOOL MOTTO, “WHATEVER IT TAKES.”>>IF IT TAKES ME TO STAY UP UNTIL 4:00 IN THE MORNING TO DO MY HOMEWORK, I’M DOING WHATEVER IT TAKES TO GRADUATE. BRENNAN: KAYLA DOUGHERTY SAYS SHE WOULDN’T HAVE MADE IT WITHOUT THE SUPPORT OF FRIENDS AND TEACHERS.>>I CAN’T BELIEVE THAT I’M HERE AND THE FACT THAT I AM HERE, IT’S AMAZING. MY MOM NEVER GRADUATED HIGH SCHOOL EITHER, SO I WAS LIKE, IF SHE CAN’T SO IT THEN I CANT DO IT. BUT I DID, AND I AM HAPPY I WAS ABLE TO DO THAT.>>IT’S POWERFUL. BRENNAN: PRINCIPAL MIKE DELANEY MAKES EVERY SENIOR SIGN HIS GOWN AT THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR PROMISING TO GRADUATE. AND HERE THEY ARE ALMOST NINE MONTHS LATER.>>YOU DID YOUR THING.>>[LAUGHTER] BRENNAN: FULFILLING THAT PROMISE IN GOWNS AS BRIGHT AS THEIR FUTURE MORRIS COLLEGE IN SUMTER AND STUDY SECONDARY EDUCATION AND

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