A group of 2018 grads attended Oak Bay Parent Owned Co-op pre school together. (Submitted photo)

Photos: Oak Bay High grads reflect on preschool

Oak Bay Parent Owned Co-op pre school students then and now with their preschool teacher

A group of 2018 grads attended Oak Bay Parent Owned Co-op pre school together and posed for a picture during the 2018 grad block party.

Oak Bay High grads with Sue McGregor, the preschool teacher who wrote them all grad cards this year, just like when they left pre school for Kindergarten.

As the school season winds down and young people graduate from myriad levels of education, we’d love to share more ‘Then and Now’ photos. Send images or videso to editor@oakbaynews.com to share yours.

RELATED: Slideshow: Oak Bay High Grad 2018 block party



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A group of 2018 grads attended Oak Bay Parent Owned Co-op pre school together. (Submitted photo)

A group of 2018 grads attended Oak Bay Parent Owned Co-op pre school together. (Submitted photo)

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