Senior Year & Graduation
Graduation for the class of 2022 will be held at Providence Park.
June 5th at 7pm
How to Order Graduation Regalia (Cap and Gown)
All students are required to wear a cap and gown to be part of the ceremony. Please contact your student's counselor if you have any questions.
Caps and Gowns can be ordered with Herff-Jones - details coming soon.
Important Senior Dates:
- December 2nd - 1st Cap and Gown delivery date
- April 7th - final Cap and Gown delivery date
- May 23 - 25, lunch - Senior Checkout Days (Pick up cords, return borrowed items, pay fines)
- June 1, 2022- Seniors last day of school (depending on school closures prior to this date)
- June 5, 2022 - Graduation 7pm
PPS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS:
Check with your counselor to verify you have completed all requirements to graduate
In addition to meeting the credit requirements, PPS students demonstrate proficiency in three Essential Skills: Reading, Writing and Mathematics. The primary manner to demonstrate any Essential Skills is to meet, in the specified area, on the Smarter Balanced Assessment. If students are not able to meet through this option, then they can demonstrate their proficiency for an Essential Skill by completing an alternative assessment or work sample. PPS graduates also complete three Personalized Learning Diploma Requirements (PLRs):
The Resume and My Plan are assignments in Senior English, but you can complete your CRLE Reflection any time after you complete a job shadow, internship, career-related field trip, etc.
A Career Related Learning Experience can offer you a unique topic for a college essay for scholarship interview too. Exploring your interests and career options can also help you determine your next steps after high school. See Career Coordinator Shannan Fasold in the Counseling about job shadowing, career day events and volunteering. She has career assessments and college research tools for students too.
Graduation Ceremony Prep:
Graduation is an exciting time and students and families eagerly look forward to the festivities. Please be sure support LHS and your participation in the ceremony by following student handbook policies.
All seniors are required to pay any LHS fees prior to receiving graduation tickets and their physical diploma. Letters detailing unpaid fee (i.e. lost textbooks, library and parking fees) information are sent out mid May.
Step 1 – Turn in your books to the bookroom, pay your library fees and receive a cleared signature from Ms. Royal (you will not be able to complete the Check Out if you are still using any of your books)
Step 2 - Pay any outstanding IB fees, Athletic fees and for Graduation stoles/cords on schoolpay
Step 3 – Make sure you have completed all CRLE, Resume, My Plan and Senior Exit surveys in Naviance. When finished you can receive a cleared signature from Ms. Fasold.
Step 4 – Bring your cleared form to the check-out table during senior check-out. Pick up your graduation tickets and cords!
You can use the link above if you are a current Lincoln student only.