Contact Senior Project Leaders about senior project information and hype parties.
Senior Class Officers
President: Hollis Phillips
Vice President: Olivia Laws
Secretary: Payton Riley
Treasurer: Kat Sykes
Reporter: Emery Brown
Service Learning Hours
As stated in the student handbook, “Students in grades 9-11 will average 25 hours of community service per year in order to earn 75 documented hours by the end of their junior year. If not completed by August of the senior year, a senior will have to complete community service hours at the beginning of the senior year. During the completion of the 75 hour requirement a senior will not be eligible for any senior privileges. Seniors will volunteer throughout the senior year in support of the completion of the senior project. Participation parameters for the Senior Project will be determined by the Senior Class Officers and coordinated by the Senior Project Sponsor.”
CLASS/AWARDS DAY DRESS
GIRLS: Solid white Sunday dress. If there is any trim, belt, etc. on the dress, it too must be solid white. White or bone Sunday shoes Nude stockings (if worn) Proper underclothing.
BOYS: Black dress pants, White long-sleeved dress shirt, Dark, long tie (no bowties), Dark dress shoes, Dark socks. If a t-shirt is worn underneath, it must be a CLEAN, WHITE T-SHIRT WITH NO LOGO, CLEAN SHAVEN, HAIR trimmed to match Handbook rules.
BACCALAUREATE AND GRADUATION DRESS
Caps and gowns will be worn over Class/Awards Day attire for both Baccalaureate and Graduation.
Seniors who are clear of all fines, books, etc. will receive their caps and gowns at Senior Awards/Class Day Practice on May 12.
Girls can use hairpins to secure their caps; however, since boys must remove their hats for prayer, they cannot secure their caps in the same manner.
THE SENIOR SPONSORS WILL HAVE HAIRPINS AND SAFETY PINS AT ALL EVENTS TO HELP SECURE ANY NEEDED ITEMS.
After graduation, pictures, etc., students will return to the designated place to get graduation packets, change clothes, etc.
Seniors are to keep the gown, cap, and tassel(s). When the senior has turned in all items to the senior sponsors, he/she will receive a packet which includes the actual diploma and other important materials. He/She will have received the diploma cover during the graduation ceremony.
Although we realize that most people know the proper way to address formal invitations, it has been the school’s practice to review this with our seniors once the invitations have arrived. Mrs. Polk will go over this with the seniors in English explaining proper addressing, proper ink, thank you notes, guest lists, and time for mailing.
SEATING AT FINAL EVENTS
There will be a roped section for Senior parents at Class Day and Graduation. However, seats cannot be reserved by putting names on them. Signs on chairs will be removed! There will be no reserved or roped section for Senior parents at the Baccalaureate Service. Seniors will be told a day or two prior to the service on which side, aisle, etc., he/she should tell his/her parents to sit. This will be determined when the senior sponsors determine the processional order for this particular event.
Please contact , the Senior Class Secretary, about any senior parties. She will keep a calendar of all events in order to avoid conflicts with other parties, practices, school functions, etc. If someone calls wanting to give a party in a senior’s honor, please have him/her check with Class Secretary for any conflicts.