High School Postpones Graduation After Majority of Students Fail

In a bizarre incident, a high school in the US state of Texas postponed graduation after most senior class failed to earn their diplomas.

Twenty-eight students of Marlin High School, situated in Waco, Texas, failed to clear the class owing to low attendance and bad academic performance.

“Marlin High School has announced that high school graduation will be rescheduled for June,” a school post read.

“The decision by the high school to postpone graduation will provide more time for students to meet necessary requirements for graduation, many of whom did not meet requirements due to attendance or grades,” read the Facebook post by the school. 

The school said it planned to reschedule the graduation for sometime in June so students would have more time to qualify.

Since the announcement, students have been doing makeup work – now, 17 out of 38 are eligible to walk.

One thing the community and the school staff were able to agree on, is that there needs to be a stronger relationship between them.

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