Senior Activities Meeting - Orcutt Academy Charter

Senior Activities Meeting - Orcutt Academy Charter

Senior Activities Meeting Orcutt Academy High School Agenda: Graduation Activities Senior Awards Graduation

PROM Saturday, May 6th Details Charter Bus leaves OA at 5:00pm Pictures taken at the Prom Venue Catered Dinner included in price Bus returns to OA between 10:30pm 11:00pm

Capacity: 175 students $100 until Jan 31st $150 until April 12th GRAD NIGHT Wednesday, May 31st Depart 12:00 pm

Return 6:00 am $140 Special Price Combo ticket for Prom / Grad Night TONIGHT ONLY for $200 (no reimbursements) The price will go up to:

$240/student $290/late May 23rd at 6:00pm SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT Scholarship Process

Academic and Honored Scholar The title "Academic Excellence" will be awarded to graduating seniors who have a 9 12 weighted cumulative GPA greater than 3.5 and also have earned 240 credits The title Honored Scholar will be awarded to graduating seniors who have a 9-12 weighted cumulative GPA of 4.0, have

earned 240 credits or more, and completed the University of California (UC) a - g requirements. GRADUATION: 4PM - JUNE 2nd ALLAN HANCOCK COLLEGE GYMNASIUM Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Valedictorian is an academic title typically conferred upon the highest ranking student among their class. The first highest GPA student, at the conclusion of the seventh semester, will be the Valedictorian and invited to submit a speech to be delivered at Commencement. Salutatorian is an academic title given to the second highest graduate of

the graduating class. The second highest GPA will be the Salutatorian and also be invited to deliver a speech at commencement. The speech will be written by the student and delivered to the principal, counselor and activities director by April 1. The GPA rank to decide Valedictorian and Salutatorian will be a total weighted academic GPA.

If in the event there is more than one student with a ranking of 1 or 2, grades from junior year and first semester of senior year will be evaluated. The student who has higher grades in their classes during these terms will be ranked first. Commencement Expectations

Only those students who meet all graduation requirements prior to the graduation ceremony will be eligible to participate in the graduation ceremony and will be granted a diploma. Students will not be allowed to march in the graduation ceremony if they have not completed all requirements prior to the date of graduation. Participation in commencement (graduation) exercises is a privilege at Orcutt Academy High School. The school and the Orcutt community expect commencement to be a positive, dignified event

for all graduating seniors. Graduation dress code expectations: Males: Dress shirt with collar and tie, solid color dress slacks, socks, dress shoes. Females: dress or dressy skirt or dress slacks and blouse, dress shoes or dress sandals. NO denim jeans, shorts, tee shirts, bare midriffs, no white socks, no polo shirts, athletic shoes, beach attire, or flip flops.

If the dress code creates a financial hardship, please contact the Activities Office for more information on obtaining the appropriate attire. Students will not be allowed to carry flowers, balloons, packages, bags, cameras, purses, etc. into the graduation ceremony. Parents and friends must wait until after the graduation ceremony to present the graduates with gifts, favors, or other mementos. Caps and gowns shall be worn without alteration, without adornment, and without decoration or attachments. Students not complying will be denied participation in commencement activities.

Senior Week Tuesday, May 30th Senior Picnic Wednesday, May 31st Senior Breakfast (9:00am) Graduation Practice Depart for Grad Night @ 12:00 Thursday, June 1st

Students must attend practice to graduate on stage. GRAD Packet Info Graduation Questions?

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