• Graduation Practice
    Friday, May 21, 2021 @ 9:00AM at Moore Stadium
    SEATS WILL BE ASSIGNED FOR GRADUATION AT THIS TIME.  You must attend the practices if you plan to participate in Graduation.  Graduation is optional, but if you choose to participate, you must attend the practice!  Any exceptions require approval with the Senior Principal, Chealsi Conley.

        Commencement  / Graduation

    Friday, May 21, 2021 at 6:30 PM at Moore Stadium


    Admission to graduation is FREE. However, each Senior will only recieve 10 tickets.  Tickets will ONLY be handed out at the Graduation Practice.  Seniors wanting more than their allotted number of tickets should talk to fellow graduates who may not be using all of their tickets.   The gates to Moore Stadium will open at 5:00 PM on the evening of graduation.  The use of noise makers is not allowed.  


    Seniors are to be in place no later than 5:45 PM with their cap and gown. 


    Dress - Gentlemen are required to wear a dress shirt, dress pants and a tie.  Ladies are required to wear a dress.  All students must wear dress shoes.  No sandals, flip-flops, backless shoes or tennis shoes will be allowed.  Ladies must have the white collar provided with the gown attached before graduation to participate.  You are to wear the cap that goes with the gown.  The tassel should be worn on the right side of the cap.  No other items may be attached to the cap.  You may want to bring bobby pins to secure your cap.  Only school approved regalia may be worn on the gown.  Students failing to meet dress code will not be allowed to participate.   If you have a question about the dress code, please contact the Senior Principal, Chealsi Conley.



    Name Announcement - A piece of paper will be provided when you arrive at the Cox Center for you to write your name on.  Write your name the way you would like it pronounced as you cross the stage to receive your diploma cover.  Inappropriate names or language on your name card will result in you receiving the diploma cover without your name having been read.  Remember, you have worked many years for this moment.  Do not do anything to embarrass your family or jeopardize this public recognition of your effort.