High school prints out diploma with insanely obvious typo. Welcome to the real world, kids.

High school prints out diploma with insanely obvious typo. Welcome to the real world, kids.
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Ignore the fact that the girl on the left is holding it upside down.

The 550 graduates of Ontario High School in greater Los Angeles, CA, were rewarded for their years of studying and growth into little baby adults with a diploma inside a luxurious red leather case—complete with a horrifying typo. The incident went viral after graduating senior @jacedoooo_ uploaded the disfigured diploma to Twitter. The students, along with 5,000 or so family members, gathered at the school's brand-new stadium (the first year graduation was held there), and were handed... this:

Yes, that's right: shcool. Like a toddler struggling with the weird sounds of English, all these promising teens now had a degree proving they'd graduated high shcool, and had the shkills necessary to become susseccful shcitizens. The administration swiftly blamed the printer's office. Said Mathew Holton, the school district superintendent, "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."

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Welcome to adulthood, kids. This is what it's like out here: full of idiots screwing everything up constantly.

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