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Bishop Diego High Graduates Take Their Place in School’s History Books

Class of 2014 awarded diplomas in Saturday commencement ceremony at Courthouse Sunken Garden

Bishop Diego High School’s Class of 2014 toss their mortarboards skyward Saturday morning at the end of commencement at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse Sunken Garden.

Bishop Diego High School’s Class of 2014 toss their mortarboards skyward Saturday morning at the end of commencement at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse Sunken Garden.  (Mike Eliason / Noozhawk photo)

By Giana Magnoli, Noozhawk Staff Writer | @magnoli |

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Seniors from Bishop Garcia Diego High School celebrated commencement Saturday morning in the Santa Barbara County Courthouse Sunken Garden, drawing a crowd of family, friends and even curious tourists.

Bishop Diego held an Encaenia, a ceremony of dedication of the school, earlier this week and celebrated students at an awards presentation.

The Catholic high school, with about 265 students, is located at 4000 La Colina Road in Santa Barbara.

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