Pandemic or no pandemic, Pikesville was ready to party.
Pikesville High School’s Parent, Teacher & Student Association organized a joyous mini-parade for the school’s graduating class of 2020 on the evening of June 11.
Led by fire trucks from the Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company, dozens of vehicles participated in a half-mile procession to salute the seniors.
The vehicles departed from Pikesville Middle School on Seven Mile Lane, traveled along Smith Avenue and entered the parking lot of Pikesville High, where jubilant parents and teachers were on hand to cheer for the seniors.
Many of the graduates were draped in purple caps and gowns, reflecting their support for the school’s colors, and vehicles were decorated with balloons and signs of congratulations.
Congratulations, Pikesville High graduates — and graduates everywhere!
Photos by Michael Schwartzberg/PVFC
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