Senior Information

Senior Expectations

Display Trust, Respect, and Responsibility in your actions and attitude.

  • Students that are suspended in the fall or spring semester prior to graduation will lose their privilege of participating in graduation.
  • Students that are suspended will have to appeal their participation in graduation through a conference with Mr. Delaney in April/May prior to May 20th.
  • Set the standard for the Ideal Graduate: civic-minded, collaborative, goal-driven, passionate, critical thinker, creative, accountable, self-advocate, work ethic, and professional
  • Graduate and be college and/or career-ready!

Senior Dues

  • Senior Fees are $50
  • Students must have all fees and fines paid by May 20th.
  • If you have a question regarding student fees see Ms. Pridgeon. (Main Office)
  • If you have a question regarding library or device fines see Ms. McGuinn. (Media Center).
  • If you have a question regarding textbook fines see Coach Fair. (Athletic Hall)

Senior Superlatives

  • Type the name of the graduating senior who you think fits the category listed. *Pick a boy and a girl for each category* due on Oct. 1st.
  • Form: https://forms.gle/5yRAavvR9wqXzzRa7 

Senior Quotes

  • Congratulations, you are now a senior! We look forward to working with you to pick a quote that represents your essence. To submit your quote and write-up, complete the form below. Quotes and write-ups received after the deadline may not be included in the yearbook. Contact Mr. Bryant for any questions
  • Due Oct. 1st
  • https://forms.gle/bT2QcMHAezyV5ne6A 

Prom

  • Prom will be May 28th at The Upper Room from 7pm-11pm
  • Senior fees and/or fines must be paid in order to receive prom tickets
  • Tickets are on sale in December for $40. (After December the price will increase each month.)

Graduation Expectations and Information

  • May 31st at 11:30am at Timmons Arena
  • Senior activities are required in order to participate in the graduation ceremony.
  • All financial obligations must be settled by May 20th.
  • On May 26th the senior class will have a required workday in preparation for graduation.
  • On May 27th the senior walk, breakfast, and awards program are required events.
  • Students not participating in graduation must submit their decision in writing to Mr. Pachter.
  • Students that do not participate in graduation may pick up their diploma on or after June 7th.

Senior Calendar

August

  • 17th First Day of school
  • 20th Senior Class Meeting
  • 27th Pep Rally and First Football Game

September

  • 22nd Q1 – Progress Reports
  • 23rd Senior Class Meeting

October

  • 4th – 8th Spirit Week
  • 8th Homecoming Football Game
  • 13th Tennis Senior Night
  • 14th Volleyball Senior Night
  • 15th End of 1st Quarter
  • 22nd Football and Band Senior Night
  • 26th Senior Class Meeting

November

  • 18th Senior Class Meeting
  • 23rd Q2 – Progress Reports
  • 24th – 26th Thanksgiving Break

December

  • 20th – 31st Christmas Break

January

  • 12th & 13th First Semester Exams
  • 13th End of 2nd Quarter
  • 19th Wrestling Senior Night

February

  • 8th Basketball and Cheer Senior Night
  • 17th Q3 – Progress Reports
  • 25th Senior Class Meeting

March

  • 17th End of 3rd Quarter
  • 21st – 25th Spring Break
  • 31st Senior Class Meeting

April

  • 22nd Q4 – Progress Reports
  • 22nd Gown Reveal

May

  • 10th Senior Class Meeting
  • 24th & 25th Second Semester Exams
  • 26th End of 4th Quarter
  • 26th Senior work day
  • 27th Senior Walk, Breakfast, and Awards
  • 28th Prom 7:00pm -11:00pm
  • 31st Graduation 11:30am

 

***All Dates are subject to change***

Whatever It Takes!