Pomona High School celebrated the graduating class of 2018 on Thursday, at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield.
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More than 250 Pomona High School seniors graduated May 17 at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield. The 44th graduating class collectively earned $4.2 million in scholarships to continue education. At the ceremony, Valedictorians Xuedan Fillmore and Jing-Mei Fillmore were honored alongside salutatorian Robert Wehber-Ortega.
“This marks and ending but it also marks a beginning,” said Kelly Serrano, senior speaker. “Today as you walk across this stage you will be taking the first steps into the journey of the rest of your lives.”
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