Kylie Jenner's family threw her a surprise party to celebrate her high school graduation on Thursday. The 17-year-old, who received her high school diploma on 13 July, was joined by her sisters Kim, Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian and Kendall Jenner for the celebrations, which they shared with their fans on social media.
One photo posted by Kylie showed her proudly posing with her diploma, writing: "I love my mom for doing this. Thank you for making this experience as normal as possible for me. Yay I graduated!"
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Kylie Jenner celebrated her graduation on Thursday
The reality TV star donned a traditional cap and gown for the ceremony, which was also held in recognition of her older sister Kendall's graduation in 2014.
"I know you graduated last year but so proud of you!!!! Class of 2014 #SurpriseGraduationParty," Kim wrote to Kendall alongside a snap of them hugging in a photo booth.
The party was also in celebration of Kendall's graduation in 2014
Both Kendall and Kylie were home-schooled since 2012, so didn't have the opportunity to attend a traditional graduation like their peers.
Their mum Kris Jenner ensured they didn't miss out though, gathering their close friends and family including Kylie's boyfriend Tyga, mutual friend Gigi Hadid and singer Pia Mia for the extravagant ceremony, which was hosted by Keeping Up with the Kardashians executive producer Ryan Seacrest.
Kylie and her sisters posed in the photobooth
Ryan joined Kim in the photo booth for a fun snap, which she later shared with her 40 million Instagram followers, with the caption: "Thanks for hosting Kendall & Kylie's graduation ceremony! @ryanseacrest #SurpriseGraduationParty."
The mum-to-be also posted a series of playful snaps which showed herself posing alongside her four sisters.
Kylie's graduation comes just a couple of weeks before another big milestone – her 18th birthday on 10 August. The teen has already brought a $2.7million home in Calabasas which she recently moved into, and recently admitted that she has been financially independent since the age of 14.