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posted: 5/18/2012 12:03 PM

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  • Kailey Martin waves to family members during the Mundelein High School graduation ceremony last Sunday at the Libertyville Sports Complex.

      Kailey Martin waves to family members during the Mundelein High School graduation ceremony last Sunday at the Libertyville Sports Complex.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II/gboucher@dailyherald

 

High school graduations mark the end of an era. For parents and graduates they are by turns solemn, exciting and touching -- and something worth remembering.

After each graduation, make sure you visit dailyherald.com/galleries/news/graduations/. We're covering each high school graduation with a big photo gallery, covering all aspects of each school's big day. If you see a photo you want to purchase, just click on the "Buy this photo" button. It's that easy.

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This weekend, you'll get galleries from 16 high school graduations in the North, Northwest and West suburbs.

Already in: Mundelein High School.

Coming Saturday: Hampshire High School; Harry D. Jacobs High School; Dundee-Crown High School; Harvest Christian Academy and Round Lake High School.

Coming Sunday: St. Viator High School; St. Francis High School; Grayslake Central High School; Grayslake North High School; Antioch High School; Lakes Community High School; Wauconda High School; Marmion Academy; West Aurora High School; Fenton High School and Montini Catholic High School.

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