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Community High Graduate Joelene Piatt and Puppet With Diplomas, June 1974

Community High Graduate Joelene Piatt and Puppet With Diplomas, June 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 11, 1975
Caption
Graduate Still A Dummy: Ventriloquist Joelene Piatt, left, and her dummy, Rusty Nails, talk to Dr. Wiley Brownlee about diplomas they received at Community High's commencement exercises Monday night. Miss Piatt was among 83 seniors to graduate from Community. Brownlee and Supt. Harry Howard presented the diplomas at the ceremony held at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.

Madhu Srirama Dances At Community High School Graduation, June 1993

Madhu Srirama Dances At Community High School Graduation, June 1993 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 9, 1993
Caption
Pomp was nowhere to be found, but under the circumstances, that was understandable. Graduates of Community High School, Ann Arbor's alternative high school, celebrated commencement with an untraditional ceremony Tuesday. At left, graduating senior Madhu Srirama performs a classical Indian dance. 'It was a chance to give something of myself to them,' she said afterward.

Fergus Johnson Wears Superman Costume At Community High School Graduation, June 1993

Fergus Johnson Wears Superman Costume At Community High School Graduation, June 1993 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 9, 1993
Caption
Playfully attired, graduating senior Fergus Johnson moves across the stage to address the audience at Community High School's commencement ceremony. Waiting their turn are Amy Scott and Ron Kimball.

Renu Gupta Speaks At Community High School Graduation, June 1993

Renu Gupta Speaks At Community High School Graduation, June 1993 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 9, 1993
Caption
Pomp was nowhere to be found, but under the circumstances, that was understandable. Graduates of Community High School, Ann Arbor's alternative high school, celebrated commencement with an untraditional ceremony Tuesday. Above, Renu Gupta steps up to the microphone at the Michigan Theater to say a few words--something each grad was allowed to do. Waiting their turn are: (from left) Wamseru Stevenson, Ben Mancell and Stephanie Lukasavitz.