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High school students across the state of Hawaii are eagerly anticipating their graduation ceremonies as the graduation season commences.

The first public school to celebrate the achievements of its graduates this month will be Mililani High School, as confirmed by the State Department of Education.

The ceremony is scheduled to take place on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

at the Stan Sheriff Center.

Unlike last year, there are no COVID-related health and safety restrictions in place.

However, individuals who are feeling unwell are being urged to stay home.

For a comprehensive schedule of all graduation ceremonies, visit our website at

In other news, the YMCA is offering a program for teenagers this summer.

From May 30th to August 5th, teens will have the opportunity to access…

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