NCHS Principal Chris Sumner presents Hunter Baker with his diploma.
Despite dark clouds hovering over Nelson County High School's June 19 graduation, the event stayed free of rain.
Class of 2020 salutatorian Kaitlyn Campbell addresses graduates.
Nelson County High School graduates and family members listen to the opening speeches during the commencement ceremony at Oak Ridge on June 19.
Attendees at Nelson County High School's drive-in style graduation found the track fence a good vantage point to watch the festivities.
Luke Elliott Hopkins smiles as he is driven close to the stage to receive his diploma.
History teacher Elizabeth Knight filled in for NCHS valedictorian Harrison Leverone to give his speech to the Class of 2020.
NCHS graduate Houston Carter, right, was all smiles as he received his dollar coin from Martha J. Eagle, Superintendent of Nelson County Public Schools.
NCHS drama teacher Diana Driver wore a face mask during the graduation.
Some Nelson High graduates were honored with banners.
Nelson Middle School Assistant Principal Brandon Garrett, right, helps Superintendent Martha J. Eagle with the state flag prior to Nelson High School's graduation held at the Oak Ridge Estate in Arrington.
NCHS graduate Anayaih Randolph had a banner with her portrait attached to a vehicle.
Nelson County High School graduates take a lap around the Oak Ridge Estate race track after receiving their diplomas.
A graduate chats on his cellphone prior to the start of the ceremony.
NCHS graduates Donovan Gardner, left, and Zachary Gardiner pose for pre-commencement photos by Sara Gardner.
Nelson County Sheriff David Hill, left, and deputy Larry Cindrick converse with a worker during the high school's graduation event.
The Class of 2020 ended its graduation at the Oak Ridge Estate with fireworks.
NCHS graduates decorated their caps, some with flowers.
NCHS graduate Maxwell Dodson leaps and clicks his heels in joy after receiving his diploma.
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