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Celebrating the Class of 2022

Congratulations to the Class of 2022!

We know how important graduation ceremonies are for seniors and their families and our school communities. We are pleased to be able to hold in-person graduations this year in June that honor our young people while adhering to health and safety guidelines. 

School graduations
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Every ceremony will adhere to district Health and Safety Standard Operating Procedures along with City guidance around events. All event guidelines are subject to change based on modifications to health and safety guidance.

Postsecondary Transition

The district and each high school are committed to supporting seniors to your next step. Our goal is for every graduating senior to have a post-secondary plan.

Virtual School Counselor
If students do not know how to reach out to their school counselor or college advisor, they can contact the virtual counselor, and he or she can help or direct them to the appropriate person. Students who have questions or need additional support can reach out to their school counselor/college advisor or contact the virtual counselor.

Two-year/Four-year College
Complete a college application, take the placement test, complete a FAFSA, add colleges to the FAFSA, find and apply for scholarships, complete the FAFSA verification process with the college (if there is a drastic change to your financial situation, reach out to the college for additional financial aid), conduct virtual college tours, review-compare-accept/decline financial aid, develop a class schedule, pay enrollment/housing deposits (varies by school).

Training/Apprenticeship Program


  • Contact military recruiter, take and pass the ASVAB, pass physical at MEPS (Military Entrance Processing Station), meet with a MEPS career counselor to determine a career, take the oath of enlistment, and receive orders with Basic Training report date