FARMINGTON — Two Farmington high schools held graduation ceremonies Wednesday and Thursday nights.

Rocinante High School, Farmington's alternative high school, held its ceremony Wednesday night at the Farmington Civic Center. During the commencement, 57 seniors received their diplomas.

According to the program, students Alyssa Emmert and Victoria Vargas spoke during the ceremony.

The 244 seniors from Farmington High School received their diplomas Thursday night at Ricketts Park.

According to an early version of the program, the guest speaker was B. Paul Briones, a federal magistrate judge who serves in Farmington.

Valedictorian Luke Byrom and Salutatorian Caroline Moss were also scheduled to speak during the ceremony, along with senior class president Ryan Pritchard and student body president Celene Woolley.



Graduates enter Ricketts Park Stadium on Thursday during the Farmington High School graduation ceremony in Farmington.
Graduates enter Ricketts Park Stadium on Thursday during the Farmington High School graduation ceremony in Farmington. (Jon Austria — The Daily Times)

Elverna Tsinnajinnie waves to her daughter, Devonne Blackhorse, on Thursday as Blackhorse marches through Ricketts Park in Farmington.
Elverna Tsinnajinnie waves to her daughter, Devonne Blackhorse, on Thursday as Blackhorse marches through Ricketts Park in Farmington. (Jon Austria — The Daily Times)