Crossroads High sees record number of graduates

Joseph Burns, Copperas Cove superintendent, moves the tassel of Rebeka Pierce, a Crossroads High School graduate, during the school’s graduation Thursday at Lea Ledger Auditorium in Copperas Cove. This year’s class had 37 graduates, which marks the most students to graduate from Copperas Cove in the Crossroads High School program. Crossroads High School is an alternative program offered to students in the Copperas Cove Independent School District.

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