Deep Cuts: GOOD News Graduation Awards

Deep Cuts: GOOD News Graduation Awards

For most people there’s four seasons in a year: spring, summer, winter, and fall. As a sport’s fanatic I typically view the world in three seasons: Colts, Pacers, and Reds.

But here at Ideas In Motion Media, the seasons are: Football, Summer, and OMG ALL HANDS ON DECK IT’S GRADUATION SEASON.

If you don’t know about our graduation season, it spans about three weeks and touches on 30-40 graduations. In the end, it’s super rewarding as all our photos are free for students, teachers, and family to download and share with loved ones, but for three weeks of OH MY GOD WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO TODAY TO GET EVERYONE OUT THERE TO GET THESE COVERED FOR THESE’s well, exciting to say the least.

But it’s behind us now, and now that the work is done, let’s have a little fun with the first ever GOOD News Graduation Awards.

*Editors note: there are no awards, per se, so if you win one just feel good about yourself and know the true reward is ultimately that good feeling you have inside.*

GRAD1234567Best hat toss: Portage High School

There’s a lot of hats here.

Best “How did you do that?”: Andrean High School

Somehow Julia got the entire graduating class at Andrean to pose for a photo. Prompting me when I saw it to ask: “how did you do that?”

Bob Ross Award for happiest graduate: East Chicago Central

There's about forty super happy gras in here, but browse the gallery - you'll find the winner. Trust me.

Bob Ross’ Family Award for happiest family: New Tech

Well done, guys. Well done.

Grad12345Editor’s Choice Award: Merrillville High School

These guys just seem super happy about graduating and this special day honoring all their hard work. And, in the end, that’s really what this is all about isn’t it?

Think you have different winners? Point them out in the comments below!

Until then Deep Cuts, out.