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Nearly 7000 graduating from county high schools Lt. Gov. Michael Steele will speak at Crossland High School ceremony, and Kweisi Mfume, the former congressman and executive director of the NAACP, is scheduled to speak at ceremonies for DuVal and Suitland high schools. Senate, Steele as a Republican and Mfume as a Democrat.Pat Lawson Muse, an anchor at WRC TV, NBC 4, will be guest speaker at Friendly High School. Bladensburg High School seniors will listen to Walter James, mayor of Bladensburg.G. James Gholson, the first principal of Fairmont Heights High School who was active in the desegregation movement, will speak to a new generation of Fairmont graduates.Students at Forestville Military Academy will hear from Brig. Gen. Barbaranette T. Bolden, commander of the 206th Military Police Command, District of Columbia National Guard.William Dudley, a member of the Dudley Products family that specializes in cosmetology supplies, will talk to students at the Tall Oaks Vocational High School graduation ceremony.Schools CEO John Deasy is scheduled to speak at 10 of the graduation ceremonies.be at as many as possible, Deasy said. looking forward to it tremendously. of the students who is looking forward to the next challenge isNaTashia Frazier, a cosmetology student at Suitland High School in Suitland. She had four years of hard work, but Frazier says she accept her diploma with mixed emotions.excited, nervous, all of that stuff, Frazier, 18, said.She said she won miss classes as much as the time she spent with friends.those people I cut up with . those are the things I remember, she said.Frazier says after graduation, she plans a party with her family and close friends, including her sister Rochelle, who just graduated from Howard University last weekend.As for the ceremony itself, they call my name, I going to dance across that stage, Frazier said. feels good. to get past all those obstacles. graduating classes are so large that multiple events must be held, with nine ceremonies set for Show Place Arena in Upper Marlboro and 12 at Comcast Center at the University of Maryland at College Park.Forestville Military Academy and Fairmont and DuVal high schools will have their graduations first, on May 25 26.Laurel, Surrattsville, Northwestern, Bladensburg, Eleanor Roosevelt, and evening high schools will have their ceremonies May 30.Suitland, Croom Vocational, the special education centers, Tall Oaks Vocational, Charles Herbert Flowers and Largo high schools will all have their graduations May 31.Parkdale, Gwynn Park, Bowie, High Point, Oxon Hill, Frederick Douglass, Crossland, Central and Friendly high schools will graduate their students on June 1 2.Some smaller high schools, like Croom Vocational, will use the auditorium of a high school, like Suitland, for a ceremony.Summer School students will graduate July 28 at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, and the Community Based Classroom students will graduate August 3 at an as yet to be determined site.