Proving 13 is not such a bad number after all, Cherry Creek High School’s very diverse Class of 2013 make their entrance into Stutler Bowl for the school’s 58th annual commencement exercises held Wednesday, May 22. More than 800 graduates received their diplomas from Creek and garnered more than $22 million dollars in scholarships.
Graduates celebrate as they enter the Cherry Creek’s Stutler Bowl on Wednesday, May 22 for the school’s 58th annual commencement ceremony.
Cherry Creek High School Principal Ryan Silva delivers the presentation address to the Class of 2013 Wednesday, May 22 at Stutler Bowl. The class of more than 800 students is the first to have spent all four years with Silva at the school’s helm.
Scarlet and white balloons drift through a royal blue sky over Cherry Creek’s Stutler Bowl as the school’s 58th annual commencement exercises got underway. More than 800 students comprised the Class of 2013 which garnered more than $22 million in scholarships and grants.
Seniors Paulina Burgoa and Zachary Ananda Kayal deliver an uplifting message entitled “This Is…” during Cherry Creek High School’s graduation exercises held Wednesday, May 22 at Stutler Bowl.
Friends and family filled Stutler Bowl Wednesday, May 22 for Cherry Creek’s 58th annual commencement. More than 800 seniors received their diplomas during the two-hour event.