Manhattan High School holds 105th annual graduation ceremony

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MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) - Today marked the 105th annual graduation from Manhattan High School.

Taking the next step towards adulthood today by crossing the stage, students received their diplomas in a ceremony held at Bramlage Coliseum.

After graduation, the students will be continuing on their own paths, some going to college while some will go straight to work.

Two students had some great advice for all of their fellow graduates for life after graduation.

“There’s always room for improvement and there’s always somewhere to go. So there’s no reason not to try and no reason not to put your best foot forward whenever you do something.” 2019 Manhattan High School graduate, Parker Wilson says.

“Enjoy the relationships you have while you have them. Not every friendship is meant to last forever but definitely invest your time in friendships that are worthwhile." 2019 Manhattan High School graduate, Kristine Gevock says.

Nearly 400 students graduated from Manhattan High School in today’s graduation ceremony.