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IN PHOTOS: Sandy High graduates the Class of 2015

Sandy graduate Julie Grozav celebrates Monday. Sandy High School celebrated its Class of 2015 graduation ceremony Monday, June 8, at Rolling Hills Church in Tualatin, a popular destination for metro area high schools because of its 2,000-seat auditorium. Below is a photo gallery from Monday night's ceremony.


Graduate Kyle Stipe is a happy man as he walks across the stage to get his diploma.

Sandy graduates line up to face the crowd as they enter the auditorium at Rolling Hills Church.

Chase Hodge gives the crowd a smile at Rolling Hills Church.

Graduate Dylan Wright celebrates his walk across the stage.

Co-valedictorian Hailey Luebbert gives her speech Monday.

Co-valedictorian Grace Knapp is congratulated by Principal Kimberly Ball.

A choir of graduates and undergraduates performs Monday.

Hailey Luebbert gets her valedictorian medal from Principal Kimberly Ball.

Graduate Taylor Weekley poses for friends in the crowd.

A graduate sprints into the auditorium, slapping hands with friends as he races down the aisle.

Sandy High co-valedictorians (L-R) Grace Knapp, Hailey Luebbert and Molly Nutt wait their turn to speak Monday.

Sandy graduates - some of them - toss their caps Monday as graduation comes to an end.

Sandy graduates turn their tassels at the close of the ceremony.

A graduate reclines in his seat to listen to speeches Monday night.

Graduate Canyon Dwyre receives his diploma.

A choir with both graduates and underclassmen performs Monday.

Sandy High co-valedictorian Grace Knapp gives her speech Monday at Rolling Hills Church.

Graduate Johanna Flender of Germany returns to her seat after getting her diploma.

Graduate Kayla Odell poses for a portrait.

Outstanding Senior Finalist Mikayla Lindsey stands and is recognized by the crowd.

Co-valedictorian and Outstanding Senior award winner Molly Nutt gives a shout-out to classmates Monday at Sandy High School's graduation.

Molly Nutt was named Sandy High School's Most Outstanding Senior.

Morgan Hokanson looks at one of the massive display panels in the Rolling Hills Church auditorium.

Co-valedictorian Morgan Hokanson gives her speech.

Most Outstanding Senior finalist Nolan Wright is recognized by the crowd.

Graduate Olivia Ullmen celebrates as her named is called Monday at Rolling Hills Church.

Graduate and Most Outstanding Senior finalist Robert Bierly enters the Rolling Hills auditorium at the start of Monday's ceremony.

Graduate Sarah Haislip walks across the stage to receive her diploma.

Graduate Sydney Kim begins the trek to receive her diploma.

Graduate Sarah Lake is demonstrative as she crosses the stage.