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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham SOURCE will sell its graduations photo this year, like we have since 2016, when the news media outlet was established.

SOURCE took about 1,500 photos of the graduates, the speeches, the presenting of diplomas, and the mortarboards.

JPEG images are sold, not prints. That means you can make as many copies of the photo your purchased up to an 8X10, sometimes larger for the cost of the image.

The cost for the JPEG image from any of the 12 albums below is $10 each. If you would like to purchase multiple photos of your graduate, the cost is $25 for 3 images or $50 for 6 for images.

SOURCE was not the official photographer for the graduation. SOURCE was there as a media outlet, just like the daily newspaper.

LifeTouch was taking official photos of the graduates.

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That said, in the 6 years SOURCE has covered graduation for Framingham High, we have never taken a photo of 100% of the graduates.

Things happen, batteries need changed, someone walks in front of the camera, we have to adjust our camera in the sweltering heat, we need to clean the lens of sweat, the graduate never looks our way, etc. When these things happen, we miss a graduate.

Based on the photos posted, our guess is we captured about 90% of the graduates who attended the ceremony at Bowditch Field. We apologize if we did not get your son or daughter.

How to order:

  1. Look through the photos in the albums below.
  2. Send the media outlet screenshots or direct links to the photos you would like to order. Email
  3. SOURCE will then send you instructions on how to pay for the photos.
  4. JPEG images will only be sent AFTER payment is made.
  5. Orders place by June 30 will be filled by July 15.

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Speakers –









Intern photos –

Mortarboards –

All photos in the Facebook albums, can be shared on social media for free. Feel free to tag friends and family.

By editor

Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.