Parents, friends and school officials stood along the Old Highway as their beloved seniors hopped on boats and jumped in cars to celebrate the closing of their high school chapters with a parade on May 19. Led by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office and Islamorada Fire Rescue, the Coral Shores Class of 2023 shared in a celebration before the May 24 graduation as they blared music, threw candy to onlookers and shared in some water wars with their classmates. The fun continued on May 21 with senior sandbar celebration, which culminated with a graduation cap tossing.
In cars and on boats, the Coral Shores Class of 2023 paraded the Old Highway, from Forest Tek to the high school, as parents, friends and school officials cheered on May 19. JIM McCARTHY/Keys Weekly
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