2023 Graduation Information

Aiden Bruer

Nathan Lerner, Reporter

Graduation is right around the corner. It will be June 4 at 8:30 a.m.  at the St. Charles Family Arena. 

Seniors are expected to be at graduation an hour prior to the ceremony.

“One thing parents should know about the graduation ceremony is that they don’t need tickets. That’s different from [during] Covid when they had [only] ten tickets … Now, you can bring as many guests as you would like,” administrative assistant  Leslie Wagner said.

Students need to dress in their proper attire; they need to be in their cap and gown and any accessories and be there on time. 

“Students don’t usually forget anything. The only thing I’ve noticed is when they’re there at the graduation ceremony they drop their tassel on the floor or their slashes, and we have to try and round them up and get it back to them,” Wagner said.

Graduation usually lasts about an hour and a half.

“I’m excited for graduation. It’s been pretty much four years coming. It’s something I’ve worked towards and I’m ready to see what the future holds,” Senior Dominic Salvo said.

Grad night will be held at Bowlero it will start at 11:00 pm and end at 5:00 am. Tickets are $35.00.