La Jolla High’s Class of 2012 begins a new journey

Cue the theme from “Rocky,” La Jolla High’s Class of 2012 is “Gonna Fly Now!” Students, faculty, parents and well-wishers crowded The Vikings’ Edwards Stadium on June 12 to watch the teens awarded their high school diplomas. In this, the school’s 90th Year on Nautilus, this is the 88th class to graduate from its hallowed halls.

Have your own photo’s? Submit them to our “Best Prom/Graduation” photo contest. The winning photo will receive a $100 gift card to C&H Photo.

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