Graduates at a Southern California high school are getting one last laugh before saying goodbye after the school distributed diploma covers with a typo.
A graduating senior at Ontario High School posted a photo to Twitter that shows a diploma cover handed out Thursday with the letters "h" and "c" transposed in the word "school."
School officials said the misspelling was a printing error made by the graduation products company.
"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.
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The diploma covers were distributed to about 550 seniors at a Thursday evening commencement ceremony, school officials said.
Holton added that the Ontario Class of 2016 was the first to graduate in a new stadium on campus with over 5,000 family members and friends in attendance.