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Soon-to-be graduates go back to primary school

Soon-to-be high school graduate took a trip down memory lane on Monday. (Source: WALB) Soon-to-be high school graduate took a trip down memory lane on Monday. (Source: WALB)
12th grade students walked through the halls of Annie Belle Clark Primary School. (Source: WALB) 12th grade students walked through the halls of Annie Belle Clark Primary School. (Source: WALB)
Kaitlin Tucker (left) (Source: WALB) Kaitlin Tucker (left) (Source: WALB)
TIFT CO., GA (WALB) -

Some soon-to-be Tift County High School graduates visited the place where their educational journeys all began on Monday. 

12th grade students walked through the halls of Annie Belle Clark Primary School. 

They chatted with old teachers and met some of the district's newest students.

The graduating class was the first that went to Annie Belle Clarke as kindergarteners. 

"It was a shock to remember what it was like to be here and that small, and realize we came that far," said student Kaitlin Tucker.

Tift County High School students will walk for their diplomas Saturday morning.  

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