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Posted May 13, 2014

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APS Posts Videos of the 2014 Graduation Ceremonies

Videos of commencements from the 13 comprehensive high schools and six schools of choice will be posted within a day or so of the ceremonies.

Congrats Class of 2014

Videos of the 2014 graduation ceremonies will be posted to the APS High School Graduation webpage for students and families to share.

The videos will be posted within a day or so of the graduation ceremonies being held at Tingley Coliseum and the National Hispanic Cultural Center the week of May 12-17.

Follow the Class of 2014 on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.

The first two comprehensive high school graduations at Atrisco Heritage Academy and Eldorado High are now online.

The videos feature the entire graduation ceremony, but parents and families can scroll through it if they want to focus solely on their students. The videos also can be shared by clicking on them and copying the URL.

This is the fourth year APS has posted videos of the graduation ceremonies.

The High School Graduation Page also will features the class of 2014 valedictorians and salutatorians and other information about 2014 graduation ceremonies.

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