Liberty High School honored 87 graduating seniors as they honked and waved out of the windows of their cars.

Liberty High School faculty organized a parade to honor the class of 2020 Wednesday afternoon at 5:30.

Balloons were given out students decorated their cars for the parade route lead by a Liberty Township Police escort.

It's a situation 18- year- old Savanna Houk never could have imagined.

"I thought I would get my senior prom and my last band concert," said Houk sitting on top of the back of convertible dressed in her cap and gown. "I know I have worked hard for this and with everything going on I think we deserve it."

People watched from their homes and others lined up at the High School to see the line of cars go by.

"We know we can't gather but we asked our community to come out on their sidewalks and their porches just to celebrate our graduates this year," said Liberty High School Principal Akesha Joseph.

The Liberty seniors got to individually walk across the Stambaugh Auditorium stage for a recording of their graduation which will be released on social media and YouTube on Friday.

Newtown Falls High School also organized a parade and ceremony for their graduates at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening.

The line of cars traveled through the Newtown Falls area a pre-recorded graduation was shown at the Skyway Twin Drive-In Theater.