Kohala High School graduates Class of 2021

  • Kohala High School Class of 2021 Secretary Mark Richard Sahagun speaks during a commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. Classmates and loved ones watched the presentation via livestream from the football field nearby before proceeding to drive-through for seniors to receive their diplomas. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Kohala High School Class of 2021 Vice President Mia Fuertes speaks during a commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. Classmates and loved ones watched the presentation via livestream from the football field nearby before proceeding to drive-through for seniors to receive their diplomas. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Nathan Bigelow receives a lei prior to Saturday's Class of 2021 commencement ceremony in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Kohala High School Class of 2021 President Clyson Igarashi-Marquez speaks during a commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. Classmates and loved ones watched the presentation via livestream from the football field nearby before proceeding to drive-through for seniors to receive their diplomas. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • A Kohala High School graduate proudly displays the flag of the Philippines during a procession on Akoni Pule Highway following a drive-through commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • A woman hands a lei to a Kohala High School graduate during the procession on Akoni Pule Highway following a drive-through commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • A Kohala High School graduates rides in the procession on Akoni Pule Highway following a drive-through commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • A passenger in a vehicle gets a unique angle of Kohala High School procession on Akoni Pule Highway following a drive-through commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Friends put lei on a Kohala High School graduate during the procession on Akoni Pule Highway following Saturday's drive-through commencement ceremony in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Decorated vehicles filled with soon-to-be Kohala High School graduates line-up for the commencement ceremony Saturday afternoon in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Kohala High School graduates celebrate after singing the Class of 2020 sang the school's song together following a drive-through commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Kohala High School graduates toss their caps into the air following a drive-through commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Kohala High School graduates toss their caps into the air following a drive-through commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Kohala High School graduates hold hands while singing the school's song following a drive-through commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • Kohala High School graduates hold hands while singing the school's song following a drive-through commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

  • A man captures video of the Class of 2021 after a drive-through commencement ceremony held Saturday in Kapaau. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today)

Kohala High School graduated 59 students Saturday during a drive-through commencement ceremony in Kapaau. The ceremony was followed by a procession along Akoni Pule Highway.

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