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12400 East Jewell Avenue
Aurora, CO 80012

Parents of seniors, if you missed all 3 Parent-Grad Meetings, you must contact the Activities Office to arrange a time to view the presentation you missed. Contact Susie Ruiz at 720.747.3872.


Important Dates for Seniors (updated 1/22/18)

2018.pngGet your copy in the Activities Office, or download one here
Important Dates for Seniors.pdf



MAY 2018

5/1 College Celebration in Post Grad
5/4 Yearbook Distribution
5/5 SAT: National Testing Day
5/7–18 AP Testing
5/8–/11 Senior Exams
5/12 Prom/After Prom
5/15 Senior Checkout Day
5/17 Senior Exit Assembly/Senior Field Trip

5/23 Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal, 12–4pm @OHS

Luncheon, Rehearsal, Slideshow, get Cap/Gown if fees paid

5/24 Grad Performers Rehearsal, 6–8pm @DU


5/25 Graduation at DU Ritchie Center @8am

Arrive no later than 6:30am
​Graduation Rehearsal & Luncheon
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Overland High School
12:00noon – 4:00pm

Luncheon in the Cafeteria
MANDATORY Rehearsal in Gyms
Slideshow in the Auditorium

Following the Rehearsal, seniors who have paid their fines
will receive their cap, gown, and tassel.

Seniors who work should clear their schedules from noon to 4:00pm.  This rehearsal is mandatory.  Seniors who do not attend will be removed from the graduation read list.

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Senior Exit Assembly
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Seniors to Auditorium
8:20am

Assembly in West Gym
9:15-10:25am

Seniors get on buses to Boondocks 10:30am
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​Class of 2018
Graduation Day
Friday, May 25, 2018
8:00am
D.U. Ritchie Center
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Mandatory
Parent Grad Meetings

Last Name A–M
Tue Mar 20
7:00pm
Auditorium

Last Name N–Z
Wed Mar 21
7:00pm
Auditorium

Senior and a parent must attend if the senior is planning to walk in the graduation ceremony.

SENIORS,
if you missed the Parent-Grad Meetings, you and a parent need to attend the Parent-Grad Makeup Meeting on Wednesday, April 4 at 7:00am before school in the IST Lecture Center.

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​Senior Exit Assembly
& Field Trip

Thurs May 17, 2018

Exit Assembly
8:20am
West Gym

Boondocks
10:00am – 2:00pm

Tickets $30
on sale during lunches May 7–11
includes entrance, buffet, and bus
permission slip due by May 11 @lunch
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