Joe Biden, Barack and Michelle Obama attend Sasha's graduation a day before her 18th birthday
The Obama family was in the stands cheering for Sasha Obama as she graduated from Sidwell Friends School in Washington D.C. on Sunday
Sasha Obama, 18, just graduated from Sidwell Friends School, Washington D.C.'s most elite private high school, and her entire family was present at the graduation ceremony to cheer her accomplishment.
Former President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle, and Sasha's sister Malia were present at the ceremony on Sunday along with 2020 presidential hopeful Joe Biden and his wife Jill. Biden's granddaughter Maisy graduated from the prestigious school the same day, according to Daily Mail.
Sasha was photographed in her Class of 2019 photo draped in a white dress as she turned 18 on Monday. The former first daughter will reportedly be attending the University of Michigan in fall this year.
Family members of fellow graduates were delighted to see the former first family and the former vice president at the ceremony and shared photos on social media.
Photos from the event showed the former first family sitting down in the stands to cheer for Sasha as she stepped on the dais. The former first couple later mingled with the other families present at the ceremony.
Sidwell has a long history of honing the offspring of the political elite. Malia Obama, Sasha's elder sister, graduated from the school in 2016.
Other prominent alumni of the school include Chelsea Clinton as well as some of the children of former presidents Nixon and Eisenhower.
Meanwhile, former Vice President Joe Biden cheered for his granddaughter Roberta 'Maisy' Mabel Biden, who is the daughter of his son Hunter.
"Jill and I were so thrilled to be there today to watch our amazing granddaughter Maisy graduate from high school," he wrote alongside a photo of himself with Jill and Maisy.
"Maisy, you make us so proud and we can’t wait to see what you do next with your talent, smarts, dedication, and kindness. The future is yours, and Nana and Pop will always be right behind you."
Despite a recently released poll that showed the 76-year-old's lead shrinking, the former vice president seemed to be unperturbed and in good spirits.
His contender and independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was only eight percentage points behind him in the said poll.