Diploma Printing Error Embarrasses High School

Red faces at Ontario High Shcool
By Rob Quinn,  Newser Staff
Posted May 21, 2016 8:16 AM CDT
Diploma Printing Error Embarrasses High School
Around 550 students received the misprinted diplomas.   (Shutterstock)

Graduates at a California high school received a final reminder that spelling is important when they received diploma covers bearing the name "Ontario High Shcool." The typo was a printing error made by the grad products company, the district superintendent tells KTLA. All 550 grads will receive a corrected cover and an apology letter, reports NBC Los Angeles. "WOOO GRADUATED FROM ONTARIO HIGH SHCOOL !!!!!!" tweeted one grad with a photo of the misspelled cover. A friend wished her good luck in collage. (This college put up a billboard boasting that it was the "Best in the Dakota's.)

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