High school's name misspelled in diplomas — Nobody really that surprised

A Pennsylvania high school is having to send out new diplomas to their graduates because, in the body of the diploma, “Northampton” was spelled “Northhampton.”

The school’s website says that the mistake was the fault of the printer in Minneapolis.

Soon, however, all graduates will have the new diplomas in hand, as concrete proof that they graduated from “Northampton, Pensillvanya.”

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