Cambridge Lakes Charter School graduation

  • Part of the class lines up for pictures during the first ever Cambridge Lakes Charter School graduation ceremony Friday at Boulder Ridge Country Club in Algonquin.

      Part of the class lines up for pictures during the first ever Cambridge Lakes Charter School graduation ceremony Friday at Boulder Ridge Country Club in Algonquin. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Brian Hill/bhill@dailyherald.comSavannah Troha speaks to her class during the first ever Cambridge Lakes Charter School graduation ceremony Friday at Boulder Ridge Country Club in Algonquin. Troha graduated with 36 college credit hours and will attend Arizona State University and major in sports broadcasting and journalism.

    Brian Hill/bhill@dailyherald.comSavannah Troha speaks to her class during the first ever Cambridge Lakes Charter School graduation ceremony Friday at Boulder Ridge Country Club in Algonquin. Troha graduated with 36 college credit hours and will attend Arizona State University and major in sports broadcasting and journalism.

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 6/10/2016 9:53 PM

Cambridge Lakes Charter School awarded diplomas to its first group of high school graduates Friday.

It might be its last if Community Unit District 300 school board doesn't renew the school's charter next month.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

There were 15 students in this first graduating class, although only seven were in attendance Friday.

The guest speaker was Andrew Broy from the Illinois Network of Charter Schools. Class speaker was Savannah Troha of Lake In The Hills, who also has earned college credit through dual-credit courses at Illinois Central College.

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