Graduation Frequently Asked Questions
Q: When is Graduation?
A: Wednesday, May 27th at 2:00 p.m.
Q: Where is Graduation?
A: The Arena at Gwinnett Center
6400 Sugarloaf Parkway Duluth, GA 30097
Q: What is the color of the cap and gown?
A: All students will wear a Royal Blue cap and gown that must purchased through the school. The tassels will be different this year and will be royal blue and white. Additionally, each gown will have a school crest printed on each gown to commemorate our graduating class of 2015.
Q: Can my student use their older brother or sister's cap and gown from a previous year?
A: No, each student must pay their senior fees and purchase a cap and gown to participate in the graduation ceremony.
Q: When should students arrive?
A: 12:00 p.m.
Q: How many tickets do students receive for graduation?
A: WE DO NOT GIVE OUT TICKETS FOR GRADUATION
Q: How many family members or friends can students invite?
A: We do not set a limit on the amount of people each student can bring. Seating is available on a first-come-first serve basis
Q: When can family members and friends enter the Arena?
A: The doors will open approximately 1 hour prior to the graduation ceremony beginning?
Q: Can we reserve seats for graduation?
A: No, we can only reserve seats for those that are visually impaired.
Q: Will there be handicap accessible seating?
A: Yes, there seating available on the main level of the Arena and can be accessed through the main entrance. Attendees needing assistance can be dropped off at the main entrance and staff members will be available to help them to their seats. One additional family member may sit with them in the reserved seating.
Q: Can we bring balloons into the Arena?
Q: Can parents access the main Arena floor to take pictures of their graduates?
A: No, the school photographer will be taking pictures that will be available for purchase. Parents may take pictures from their seats but no tripods are allowed.
Q: What may students bring with them into the Arena?
A: Only their car keys. All other items need to be left in their car or with a parent.