Bozeman High School, Class of 2013
The Bozeman High School Class of 2013 celebrated their graduation ceremony Sunday at MSU's Brick Breeden Field House. They are the 113th class to graduate from the high school.
14 of the 405 students were recognized for academic honors.
Peter Obermeyer is a National Honor Society member who told NBC Montana he plans to major in Architecture at the University of Oregon.
"I've taken a lot of design classes at the high school and I really enjoyed them. I think Architecture fits well with that and it's a good vocation for someone who's pretty creative," said Obermeyer
Theresa Kelly also graduated and told us she is still in shock over how fast the time flew by at Bozeman High School.
"It hasn't hit all of us yet. Now that we're graduating, I think it will hit us when we actually get the diploma.," said Kelly.
Kelly says cosmetology school is next as she is not ready for college quiet yet.
"Another four years of school just didn't sound that appealing to me and it's a short program -- I'm really excited to get into that," said Kelly.
Jane Wyatt is a English teacher and taught several of the seniors who graduated. Wyatt says this is an important time for the students as their future is ahead.
"This is such a right of passage. Many of my students are heading off to college. They'll be starting at MSU and around the county, so it's a great feeling," said Wyatt.
Bozeman's Superintendent, Rob Watson told friends and family of the graduates, the students have worked hard achieving the high standards to graduate.