Parker School’s Class of 2021 graduates

  • Aislyn Dela Rosa-Alpiche smiles after graduating in Parker School’s 45th commencement ceremony on Friday. Alysia Marie Photography/Special to West Hawaii Today

  • Co-Valedictorian Hana-Lei Ji addresses graduates and immediate family members during Parker’s 45th commencement ceremonies on Friday. Alysia Marie Photography/Special to West Hawaii Today

  • Twin sisters Kayley and Kalysa Dombrigues stand in a decorated truck after graduating from Parker School. Alysia Marie Photography/Special to West Hawaii Today

  • Members of The Class of 2021 show their excitement before their high school graduation ceremony begins. Alysia Marie Photography/Special to West Hawaii Today

  • Members of The Class of 2021 dance the hula, a Parker school tradition, during their graduation ceremony. Alysia Marie Photography/Special to West Hawaii Today

  • Nina Corabi receives her high school diploma from Head of School, Stephen Dunn, during Friday’s graduation ceremony. Alysia Marie Photography/Special to West Hawaii Today

  • Anna Leonard, Mele Rickards, and Eloise Robertson show off their high school diploma following Parker School’s graduation. Alysia Marie Photography/Special to West Hawaii Today

  • Gregory Parks Jr. with his family after graduating from Parker School on Friday. Alysia Marie Photography/Special to West Hawaii Today

  • Rachel Pessah smiles after graduating from Parker School, where she attended since kindergarten. Alysia Marie Photography/Special to West Hawaii Today

  • Co-Valedictorian and Parker graduate Jamie Saito is covered in leis from family and friends after graduation. Alysia Marie Photography/Special to West Hawaii Today

Parker School celebrated the graduation of 30 seniors during its 45th commencement ceremonies on Friday under a tent on Parker’s lower school campus.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, Parker’s graduation included a masked and socially distanced in-person ceremony for immediate family members, as well as a livestream for extended family, friends, faculty and fellow students. Keeping with school tradition, members of the Class of 2021 danced the hula to “Waimea ‘Aina Hanohano,” and presented their parents with leis of appreciation.

The day’s festivities ended with a parade organized by graduates and their families through Waimea to streets lined with well-wishers sharing their aloha for the graduates.

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