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Dulaney High School graduation | PHOTOS

Halla Ismail smiles as her father Wael Ismail takes photos of her and her mother, Mai Mohamed, with celebratory balloons and a decorated car after her graduation from Dulaney High School. Halla will be attending Towson University, where the graduation ceremony took place at SECU Arena.
(Amy Davis)

Dulaney High School graduation | PHOTOS

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The Dulaney High School commencement ceremony held at Towson University's SECU Arena.
Dulaney High School graduation
Halla Ismail smiles as her father Wael Ismail takes photos of her and her mother, Mai Mohamed, with celebratory balloons and a decorated car after her graduation from Dulaney High School. Halla will be attending Towson University, where the graduation ceremony took place at SECU Arena.
Halla Ismail smiles as her father Wael Ismail takes photos of her and her mother, Mai Mohamed, with celebratory balloons and a decorated car after her graduation from Dulaney High School. Halla will be attending Towson University, where the graduation ceremony took place at SECU Arena. (Amy Davis)
Dulaney High School graduation
Quinn Harrington, left, and Haley Greten, center, bound for Auburn University and University of Delaware respectively, laugh as fellow graduate Kylee Gordon takes their photo after the Dulaney High School graduation ceremony held at Towson University's SECU Arena. Gordon's mortar board says "TBD!," as her destination after graduation is still "to be determined."
Quinn Harrington, left, and Haley Greten, center, bound for Auburn University and University of Delaware respectively, laugh as fellow graduate Kylee Gordon takes their photo after the Dulaney High School graduation ceremony held at Towson University's SECU Arena. Gordon's mortar board says "TBD!," as her destination after graduation is still "to be determined." (Amy Davis)
Dulaney High School graduation
Dulaney High School graduations Maya Chebet, right, Mitchel Chepkoech, third from right, and Gloria Jemutai, fourth from left, posed for a photo with their relatives who gave them flower bouquets. The Dulaney High School graduation took place at Towson University's SECU Arena in morning and afternoon commencement ceremonies to accommodate social distancing requirements.
Dulaney High School graduations Maya Chebet, right, Mitchel Chepkoech, third from right, and Gloria Jemutai, fourth from left, posed for a photo with their relatives who gave them flower bouquets. The Dulaney High School graduation took place at Towson University's SECU Arena in morning and afternoon commencement ceremonies to accommodate social distancing requirements. (Amy Davis)
Dulaney High School graduation
Parents Keith Mozelack and Elizabeth Kirk record their son Kevika Kirk-Mozelack as he receives his diploma at the morning commencement for Dulaney High School, which was held at Towson University's SECU Arena.
Parents Keith Mozelack and Elizabeth Kirk record their son Kevika Kirk-Mozelack as he receives his diploma at the morning commencement for Dulaney High School, which was held at Towson University's SECU Arena. (Amy Davis)
Dulaney High School graduation
Dulaney High School principal addresses the audience of socially distanced graduates and their families at the morning commencement ceremony held at Towson University's SECU Arena. Both morning and afternoon ceremonies took place to accommodate social distancing requirements, which including wearing masks.
Dulaney High School principal addresses the audience of socially distanced graduates and their families at the morning commencement ceremony held at Towson University's SECU Arena. Both morning and afternoon ceremonies took place to accommodate social distancing requirements, which including wearing masks. (Amy Davis)
Dulaney High School graduation
"Hey Look MA I Made It!" Is the message Dulaney High School graduate Anna Marie Chisolm wrote on her mortar board, which was visible during the recessional at Towson University's SECU Arena during the morning commencement ceremony.
"Hey Look MA I Made It!" Is the message Dulaney High School graduate Anna Marie Chisolm wrote on her mortar board, which was visible during the recessional at Towson University's SECU Arena during the morning commencement ceremony. (Amy Davis)
Dulaney High School graduation
Carmine Christine Roy, Class of 2021 President, speaks at the morning commencement ceremony for Dulaney High School.
Carmine Christine Roy, Class of 2021 President, speaks at the morning commencement ceremony for Dulaney High School. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Dulaney High School graduation
Baltimore County School's superintendent, Dr. Darryl Williams, addresses the graduates.
Baltimore County School's superintendent, Dr. Darryl Williams, addresses the graduates. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Dulaney High School graduation
Dulaney High School principal Sam Wynkoop welcomes the graduates at commencement ceremonies.
Dulaney High School principal Sam Wynkoop welcomes the graduates at commencement ceremonies. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Dulaney High School graduation
Randolph Atkins, with his mother, Tracy Atkins, and Allstar Worldwide Transportation driver Pierre Thomas, is about to enter a stretch limo after his graduation from Dulaney High School. His parents gave him the gift of a limousine for the day so that he could visit his grandmother and aunt in style.
Randolph Atkins, with his mother, Tracy Atkins, and Allstar Worldwide Transportation driver Pierre Thomas, is about to enter a stretch limo after his graduation from Dulaney High School. His parents gave him the gift of a limousine for the day so that he could visit his grandmother and aunt in style. (Amy Davis)
Dulaney High School graduation
Christopher Cao exchanges an elbow bump with Superintendent Dr. Darryl Williams during the morning commencement exercise for Dulaney High School. Graduation ceremonies for Dulaney were held in the morning and afternoon to accommodate social distancing requirements.
Christopher Cao exchanges an elbow bump with Superintendent Dr. Darryl Williams during the morning commencement exercise for Dulaney High School. Graduation ceremonies for Dulaney were held in the morning and afternoon to accommodate social distancing requirements. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Dulaney High School graduation
With diploma in hand, Mya Hughes gives Superintendent Darryl Williams an elbow bump, as fellow graduate Rowan Hughes, right, does the same with Dulaney High School principal Sam Wynkoop.
With diploma in hand, Mya Hughes gives Superintendent Darryl Williams an elbow bump, as fellow graduate Rowan Hughes, right, does the same with Dulaney High School principal Sam Wynkoop. (Amy Davis)
Dulaney High School graduation
Grace Cong, co-valedictorian, speaks to the graduates during the morning commencement for Dulaney High School held at Towson University's SECU Arena. There were morning and afternoon commencement ceremonies to accommodate social distancing requirements. The other valedictorian, Kathy Yao, was to speak at the afternoon commencement.
Grace Cong, co-valedictorian, speaks to the graduates during the morning commencement for Dulaney High School held at Towson University's SECU Arena. There were morning and afternoon commencement ceremonies to accommodate social distancing requirements. The other valedictorian, Kathy Yao, was to speak at the afternoon commencement. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Dulaney High School graduation
Marquis Trengell Carey takes a selfie after moving the tassels on his mortar board
Marquis Trengell Carey takes a selfie after moving the tassels on his mortar board (Amy Davis)
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