Four students that were killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting were remembered yesterday at their high school graduation ceremony.
The school's senior class held graduation ceremony for the 784 members of the Class of 18, but it focused on remembering those that lost their lives in the Valentine's Day attack.
On February 14, gunman Nikolas Cruz opened fire at the Parkland, Florida school, killing 17 students and seriously wounding 17 others. Of those killed, four were in the senior class.
Joaquin Oliver, Nicholas Dworet, Carmen Schentrup and Meadow Pollack were awarded posthumous degrees by the school, with parents, family members or friends collecting them on the students' behalf.