The ceremony will filled with speeches from students thanking friends, family and teachers for their support.
More than 600 seniors graduated from Riverview High School on May 23 as they moved their tassels from right to left.
The ceremony was filled with nostalgia as each of the senior class board members gave speeches thanking those who helped them get through their high school years.
For Allison McHenry, senior class treasurer, it was her family who helped ease her stress throughout her four years, and she urged her fellow graduates to continue to lean on their families.
"Class of 2019, I encourage you all to think about what family means to you -- whoever it is that makes home feel like home," McHenry said. "Whether it's your mom or your dad, your grandparents, your teammates, your kilted family, your fellow JROTC members, or even your gang of friends, somewhere along the line became family. And I encourage you to thank them for everything they've done"
William Jorgensen, senior class secretary, spent his stage time remembering the wonderful times he spent by his friends' sides from freshman to senior year.
Emily Mynatt, senior class vice president, looked to the teachers of Riverview High School and thanked them for being understanding during her last year of school.
But for Senior Class President Corinna Kuschnitzky it was all three who she wanted to thank.
"Thank you is a phrase we haven't used enough these past four years," Kuschnitzky said. "High school has been a long road filled with speed bumps, U-turns, red lights, and maybe even the occasional fender bender. But also (filled with) great music and fun times... with our families, friends and Riverview High School staff riding along with us the whole way."
"Our families support us with unconditional love and encouragement, pushing us to be the best versions of ourselves," she said. "On behalf of the Class of 2019, I want to say one last thank you to all."