VACAVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS OF JUNE 1906
Source: The Saturday Bee (Sacramento, California), 2 June 1906, page 7. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
The school year has all but
closed, the gramamr (sic) departments having completed their work this
the local school graduating twelve pupils who will enter the High School in the Fall.
With the coming week
the High School will close for the year.
The graduating class was entertained at the home of W.S. GODFREY, Jr., last evening.
On Sunday morning the baccalaureate sermon will be preached by Rev. W.E. BOBBITT at the Christian Church.
On Friday the class will be handed their diplomas and graduated without any ostentation,
they having decided to dispense with all exercises as an expression of sympathy for San Francisco.
The following young men and women compose one of the largest classes ever graduated from the Vacaville High School
from the regular department
from the Commercial Department.
Of the foregoing about one-half plan to enter one or the other of the Universities.