ONTARIO, CA (WCMH)-Whoops.
Students at Ontario High School in California got the last laugh at graduation when they all discovered their diplomas were spelled incorrectly.
Photos of the diplomas showing the error were quickly shared on social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter.
School officials said the misspelling was a printing error made by the graduation products company, according to NBC Southern California.
“The principal has informed all Ontario graduates that the company has been contacted and will mail a corrected diploma cover to each graduate along with an apology letter,” Chaffey Joint Union High School District Superintendent Mathew Holton said in a statement.
The diploma covers were distributed to about 550 seniors at a Thursday evening commencement ceremony, school officials said. The students will receive a new diploma cover.
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