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Northeast Community College will celebrate the success of its graduates this month. The college will hold six commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 21, and Saturday, May 22, in the Cox Activities Center on the Norfolk campus.

WAYNE — More than 600 degrees were awarded to graduates during two separate commencement ceremonies at Wayne State College on Saturday.

KEARNEY — Graduate and undergraduate degrees were conferred for 685 spring graduates at University of Nebraska at Kearney commencement exercises last Friday and Saturday at UNK's Health and Sports Center.

Graduation festivities in Northeast and North Central Nebraska started this past weekend for many schools — including Lutheran High Northeast, Norfolk Catholic and Wayne State College. Click through the photos to get a glimpse of the ceremonies. 

Lutheran High Northeast recently celebrated its prom on April 16. Two students were selected for prom royalty. The theme was “Rustic Romance.” Grant Colligan was named prom king, and Chloe Spence was named prom queen.

Norfolk Catholic High School recently celebrated its prom on April 23. Prom king was Ethan Pinnt (left), son of Roy and Laurie Pinnt. Prom queen was Taylor Kautz, daughter of Chris and Kelli Kautz.

Norfolk High School celebrated its prom on Saturday. The event was the first prom since 2019 because last year’s prom was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. There were seven candidates for prom king and queen.

For 10 weeks, students at Lutheran High Northeast prepared to perform “Footloose” as their spring musical. That hard work paid off as the students strutted their stuff for family, friends and more during performances in Norfolk.

Norfolk Catholic Players presented three performances of Disney's “Aladdin Jr.” earlier this month at Johnny Carson Theatre in Norfolk.