Graduating student Jenny Yu fixes the hat of Camilla Garzon prior to the 2017 Mount Douglas secondary school grad ceremony outside UVic’s University Centre, Thursday May 25. The iconic grad hats gave both the young women, and men, plenty of fits heading into the ceremony. Travis Paterson/News Staff

VIDEO: Mount Doug teachers rap it up at grad ceremony

Mount Douglas secondary graduation ceremony in photos and video

The Mount Douglas secondary grad class of 2017 was treated to a surprise rap by a group of teachers in the Farquhar auditorium during the school’s graduation ceremony on May 25.

 

Don’t stick your tongue out at a reporter. Mount Douglas’ 2017 Island hammer throwing champ Lindsey Frederiksen had a heck of a time getting her hat into place ahead of the Mount Douglas secondary graduation ceremony at UVic on Thursday, May 25.

Graduating student Lindsay Frederiksen inserts hairpins into the graduation hat next to Matthew McCue while just prior to the 2017 Mount Douglas secondary school grad ceremony outside the UVic’s University Centre, Thursday May 25. Travis Paterson/News Staff

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