Images: With Intel’s STEM Support, McClymonds High School Reaches Graduation Milestone

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  • Neisha Moore graduated Thursday, June 7, 2018, as the class vale
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Photo 1: Seniors at McClymonds High School in Oakland, California, gather for graduation ceremonies on Thursday, June 7, 2018. Of the 62 McClymonds graduating seniors, 60 plan to attend college. Since 2015, Intel has partnered with the Oakland Unified School District to develop and improve computer science and engineering courses at two schools. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 2: Angelo Edgerly graduated Thursday, June 7, 2018, from McClymonds High School in Oakland, California, after completing the engineering pathway program supported by Intel Corporation. Edgerly, who plans to attend the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, is among 60 of the 62 senior graduates who plan to attend college. Since 2015, Intel has partnered with the Oakland Unified School District to develop and improve computer science and engineering courses at two schools. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 3: Neisha Moore graduated Thursday, June 7, 2018, as the class valedictorian of McClymonds High School in Oakland, California, after completing the engineering pathway program supported by Intel Corporation. Moore, who plans to attend the University of Southern California, is among 60 of the 62 senior graduates who plan to attend college. Since 2015, Intel has partnered with the Oakland Unified School District to develop and improve computer science and engineering courses at two schools. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

Photo 4: Day’Marr Johnson graduated Thursday, June 7, 2018, from McClymonds High School in Oakland, California, after completing the engineering pathway program supported by Intel Corporation. Johnson, who plans to attend Laney College, is among 60 of the 62 senior graduates who plan to attend college. Since 2015, Intel has partnered with the Oakland Unified School District to develop and improve computer science and engineering courses at two schools. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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