IMPORTANT DATES FOR SENIOR YEAR
The following is a list of events and experiences that are normally part of senior year, as well as an estimate of the cost. The purpose of this list is to help parents manage senior year with as little stress as possible and maximize the opportunity for students to participate in senior activities. This list does not guarantee actual costs or fees, but simply provides a guideline for planning.
Wednesday, March 3rd: Honors Ceremony
Wednesday, May 5th: Senior Graduation Fee Due: reduced from $150.00 to $75.00 due to COVID hardships.
Wednesday, April 20th: Ring Delivery
Monday, May 3rd: College Decision Day
Wednesday, May 5th: Faculty Appreciation Lunch
A lunch organized and prepared by the seniors for the high school faculty and staff. Students bring in paper products and food.
Friday, May 28th: Zero Day
Students are allowed to show their school spirit by ''jazzing up" their appearance with face paint, etc.
Tuesday, June 8th: Graduation
There are a limited number of tickets per student; additional tickets ARE NOT AVAILABLE. Everyone who attends the ceremony, including children or infants, MUST have a ticket.
ATHLETIC FEES ARE BASED ON PARTICIPATION IN SPORTS. STUDENTS PLAYING ONE SEASON/SPORT PAY A $40 ACTIVITY FEE; A SECOND SEASON/SPORT IS AN ADDITIONAL $30.
THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR A THIRD SEASON/SPORT. ADDITIONAL ITEMS, BASED ON SEASON/SPORT/TEAMS, MAY BE REQUIRED. SPORTS TEAMS ALSO HAVE PROFESSIONAL PHOTOS TAKEN THAT MAY BE PURCHASED.
Due to the global pandemic affecting the senior year of the Class of 2021, certain board resolutions allow for alternate provisions for graduation requirements exclusive to the Class of 2021 only, i.e. the typical senior project requirement may be met with a College and Career requirement and the Community Service requirement is addressed with additional instruction in the importance civic duty and volunteerism.