Next week, 311 students will graduate from Cheyenne East. The ceremony will be much shorter at Chugwater High School when three seniors get their diplomas.

All told, there are eleven Wyoming high schools with less than 20 graduates this year. Chugwater High has the smallest senior class in the state with three, followed by Glendo High School, where five students recently graduated. The Class of 2018 at Meeteetse High School and Rock River High School both have nine students.

Midwest High School is next on the list with 10 seniors. Kaycee and Hulett High Schools will each graduate 13 students this year. Farson-Eden High (14), Little Snake River (15), Dubois (16), and Burlington (20) round out the ten smallest graduating classes in the Cowboy State.

With 380 seniors, Natrona County High School in Casper will have the largest graduating class in Wyoming. At Laramie High School, 249 students will get their diplomas this weekend.