Graduating Mountain Lions heading to Arizona State University posing for a photograph at the high school's inaugural college signing say celebration.

Logan Burtch-Buus, Tucson Local Media

Mountain View High School held their first every College Signing Day to honor seniors who will be moving on to colleges, trade schools, internships and the military. Nearly 275 students took part in the ceremony where they were called up based upon what their future plans were and handed a certificate.

Over 20 four-year, two-year schools and trade schools were represented, as were four different internship opportunities and four branches of the military.

Mountain View Principal Todd Garelick said the event was inspired by similar events at other schools, as well as Letter of Intent signing ceremonies held for student-athletes who accept athletic scholarships.

The Marana News will have a full story and photos in the May 17 issue. 

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