A total of about 1,885 students from Douglas County’s five high schools graduated this weekend. Chapel Hill and New Manchester got things started Friday night, and Alexander, Douglas County and Lithia Springs wrapped things up on Saturday. This was the final graduation ceremony for New Manchester Principal Connie Craft, who is retiring after finishing her career as principal at the school for its first five years. Douglas County expected to have the largest graduating class of 440, with New Manchester (425) and Alexander (420) close by. The Class of 2016 at Chapel Hill and Lithia Springs had about 300 students each.
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