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Heritage High students allowed to make up finals
BRENTWOOD, Calif. (KGO) -- A judge has ruled that all students at Brentwood's Heritage High School will be allowed to make up the final exams they missed two weeks ago.
Graduation day at the school was nine days ago, but 67 seniors weren't allowed to attend that ceremony because they were suspended for a prank that school officials say was vandalism. Instead, the students graduated off campus at an alternative party hosted by parents of the suspended students.
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