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The countdown is on for Seniors!! Important event dates:


Thursday, June 2, 2022  1:30 p.m.

Senior Awards Assembly-Seniors who have received scholarships and honors will be recognized. Senior Parents are invited to attend.


Friday, June 3, 2022

Senior Teaching Day

- Must be a dues paying member to participate.
- Lunch will be provided for all dues paying members.


Monday, June 6 and Tuesday, June 7, 2022

All Senior exams will be given during 1st and 2nd blocks.

- June 6: 1st and 2nd block exams during 1st and 2nd blocks
- June 7: 3rd and 4th block exams during 1st and 2nd blocks

Seniors will not be in attendance in classes on Monday, June 6, Tuesday, June 7, and Wednesday, June 8.  If you have to come to take an exam, you should make arrangements to leave directly after the exam period is over.


Thursday, June 9, 2022


8:00 a.m. - Picture will be taken - MUST have cap, gown, and tassel to be in picture. Graduation attire (i.e. button-up shirt/tie/dress) is not required but school appropriate attire must be worn under the graduation gown.

8:30 a.m. -  Board buses for Graduation Walk at Windsor Elementary and Carrsville Elementary

Upon leaving WES, we will travel to Liberty Live Church for Commencement Rehearsal

11:00 a.m. - Catered lunch

12:00 p.m. - Practice

3:00 p.m. - Arrive back at WHS. All Seniors will need to have a ride home from WHS, buses will not be available for school to home transportation at this time.


Friday, June 10, 2022

8:30am Graduate arrival to Liberty Live, Hampton Campus, 1021 Big Bethel Rd

9:00am  Doors open for ticket-holding guests                                  

10:00am Graduation Ceremony commences, Liberty Live, Hampton Campus, 1021 Big Bethel Rd


Graduation Day Info:

- Tickets: 16 (these will be passed out after practice on Jun 9, 2022)
- Seniors must have your cap, gown, and tassel.


Since we are not in our school, it is very, very important that you do not bring any other items with you when you line up. You will not want to leave valuables unsupervised in the gym during graduation. Additionally, due to the location you should leave ample time for travel as you will need to cross the James River Bridge to reach the ceremony which may have unexpected openings.


Acceptable graduation attire- 

Dress pants (khaki, black, or blue)

Dress shoes (absolutely NO tennis shoes, Crocs, slides, or flip flops, this applies to ALL participants)

Dress shirt with a collar, tie, dress or skirt and blouse (light in color)

Jewelry should be sedate/dignified. (ie. NO “shoulder-duster, dangly” earrings or big, chunky necklaces/bracelets. Your jewelry should not be the first thing one would notice about your attire).


After the ceremony seniors must go back to the gym (where we lined up) to get his/her diploma.


Private/personal pictures of a reenactment of the diploma being awarded can be taken on the stage after the audience leaves.