Graduation

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  • Graduation is a team effort.

The Senior Grade Level principal, counselors and secretary coordinate many senior activities, including ordering announcements and caps and gowns.  The Registrar’s Office participates in this process by:

  • Ordering diplomas
  • Providing names of eligible graduates for the program and the photographer
  • Designating seat assignments
  • Directing the graduation ceremony based on district policy and grade level guidelines
  • Ordering robes for faculty and district administration
  • Ordering honor cords for the top 15%
  • Safe-keeping of diplomas 
  • Providing similar services again for the summer graduation in August

 

Caps and Gowns
  • Balfour Company contracts to provide caps and gowns for graduation.
  • Details about this process can vary from year to year.
  • Students will be advised as to what to do through a general assembly program.
  • Online information can be found at balfour.com
  • Distribution of caps and gowns will be done in early May.

 

Graduation Ceremony
  • Graduation is on June 1, 2013 at the Don Coleman Coliseum.
  • The specific time rotates yearly… 10:00 a.m. , 1:00 p.m. , 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
  • Students are to arrive one hour before the ceremony begins.

 

Diplomas
  • Only one diploma is ordered for each student.
  • Replacement of lost diplomas is not a service provided through the registrar’s office.
  • Each senior is responsible to notify the registrar the correct spelling of his/her full legal name to be printed on the diploma.

 

Final Transcript
  • All colleges require either a final transcript or verification of graduation.  This transcript is sent from the high school to the university Admissions Office.
  • Processing this final transcript is contingent upon a clear record (books, fines, etc.)

 

 
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