Due to the shutdown of graduation ceremonies, Legacy Christian Academy in Andover found an alternative way to recognize its graduates.

Seniors could celebrate their would-be commencement evening during a graduate drive-thru ceremony Friday, May 15.

While the school has delayed commencement itself to July 31, staff recognized seniors as they drove around the parking lot stopping at a series of stations.

Students could return their books, receive what they left in their locker at school, and get their cap and gown and a gift from teachers. At the end of the circuit, seniors were interviewed by staff.

Before each student left, staff gave a short announcement, similar to what they would have read before the senior walked across the stage at commencement.

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