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Important Dates for Seniors (updated 8/10/18)

2018.pngGet your copy in the Activities Office, or download one here
Important Dates for Seniors 2019.pdf


8/1 Senior Check-in Day

8/13 Senior Sunrise

8/13 Colleges That Change Lives Fair @7pm Conv. Ctr.

8/22 Senior Class Meeting in Auditorium

8/23 Back to School Night

8/25 SAT: National Testing Day

8/31 Last day to buy yearbook for $60


9/5 Senior Panoramic Picture

9/8 ACT: National Testing Day

9/11 Senior Panoramic Pic in Advisory

9/12 College Info/Financial Aid @6pm (Aud)

9/17–22 Homecoming Week

9/24 Senior Meeting with Jostens

9/27 Colorado Council College Fair @ Cherokee Trail HS

9/28 Senior Pictures + $15 due

9/29 Out-of-State College Fair @10am (Mountain Vista HS)

9/30 NACAC National College Fair @1pm (Denver Mart)


10/2 FAFSA Completion Wkshp, 4-7pm (Post Grad) by appt

10/3–5 Jostens in cafeteria during both lunches

10/3 Out-of-State College Fair @6pm (Monarch HS)

10/4 Out-of-State College Fair @6:30pm (Lakewood HS)

10/4 Academic Letter & AP Scholars, 7am (morning)

10/6 SAT: National Testing Day

10/9 FAFSA Completion Wkshp, 4-7pm (Post Grad) by appt

10/10 College Readiness Day

10/15 NACAC Performing Arts Fair @7pm (DCPA)

10/27 ACT: National Testing Day


11/3 SAT: National Testing Day

11/20 Senior Tributes due

11/28 CCSD College Planning/Application Night @7pm (OHS)


12/1 SAT: National Testing Day

12/5–6 Cram Fest

12/8 ACT: National Testing Day

12/17 Review Day (all 8 classes)

12/18 Final Exams—1A, 2A, 3A

12/19 Final Exams—4A, 1B, 2B

12/20 Final Exams—3B, 4B

12/21 Last day to buy yearbook for $70


1/16 Talent Show

1/28 Senior Class Meeting with Jostens

1/30 Career Night & Meaningful Conversations @ GHS

1/31 Last day for yearbook refund


2/1 Last day to order cap & gown for $40

(Jostens in cafeteria during lunches)

2/2 Cap & gown price increases to $50

2/9 ACT: National Testing Day

2/11–15 Wish Week

2/26 ACT for juniors, modified A-day schedule after

2/28 Last day to buy yearbook for $80

2/28 Cap & Gown Portraits during lunches

MARCH 2019

3/6 Diversity College Fair (HBCU/HIS) @Smoky Hill

3/7 Cap & Gown Portraits during lunches

3/7 Culture Night

3/9 SAT: National Testing Day

3/26 Mandatory Parent/Grad Meeting (A-M) @7pm

(Jostens will be here)

3/27 Mandatory Parent/Grad Meeting (N-Z) @7pm

(Jostens will be here)

APRIL 2019

4/3 Parent/Grad Makeup Meeting @7am

4/9 SAT/PSAT, no school for seniors

4/13 ACT: National Testing Day

4/15 Graduation Performance Auditions @3:30pm

4/17 Academic Awards, 7pm

4/29 Senior Class Meeting

MAY 2019

5/1 College Celebration in Post Grad

5/4 SAT: National Testing Day

5/6–17 AP Testing

5/6–9 Senior Exams

5/10 Senior Exit Assembly

5/11 Prom/After Prom

5/13 Senior Checkout Day

5/22 Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal, 1:00–5:00pm NEW TIME

@OHS — Luncheon, Rehearsal, Slideshow, get

Cap/Gown if fees paid

5/23 Grad Performers Rehearsal, 6–8:30pm @DU

5/24 Graduation at DU Ritchie Center @8am

Arrive no later than 6:30am

Monday, April 29
(during 2A)
Parent Grad Meetings

Last Name A–M
Tue Mar 26, 2019

Last Name N–Z
Wed Mar 27. 2-19

Senior and a parent must attend if the senior is planning to walk in the graduation ceremony.
after March 27
Make payments by
credit card
money order
online payment
Cap & Gown Portraits
February 28
March 7
Cafeteria @lunch

bring order form and payment

​Class of 2019
Graduation Day
Friday, May 24, 2019
D.U. Ritchie Center
​Graduation Rehearsal & Luncheon
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Overland High School
1:00pm – 5:00pm

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 1:00 to 5:00pm.  This rehearsal is mandatory.  Seniors who do not attend will be removed from the graduation read list.

Please note:  the rehearsal time was changed on 11/20/18. Please update your student planner to reflect this.

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