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High school graduations begin Tuesday

The first of more than three dozen high school graduation ceremonies in Mecklenburg County takes place Tuesday afternoon, when seniors at Cato Middle College receive diplomas in a 1 p.m. event at Ovens Auditorium in Charlotte.

Cato Middle College is a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools magnet school, based at CPCC’s Cato Campus in northeast Charlotte.

More than a dozen other high schools in the Charlotte region also hold graduation ceremonies this week. The vast majority of commencement exercises, however, take place between June 7 and 12.

Other graduations scheduled this week:

Thursday: Bunker Hill, Hickory and Newton-Conover high schools in Catawba County.

Friday: Charlotte Latin, Charlotte Country Day, Davidson Day, Hickory Grove Christian and Victory Christian schools in Mecklenburg County; Cannon School in Cabarrus County; Hibriten, South Caldwell and West Caldwell high schools in Caldwell County; and Bandys and Maiden high schools in Catawba County.

Saturday: United Faith Christian Academy in Mecklenburg County; Fred T. Foard and St. Stephens high schools in Catawba County.

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