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It’s Senior Season!

Below is all the important info you’ll need during your senior year.

Your senior class advisor is Ms Beasley. She can be found in room I106B or reached by email at [email protected]

Keep in touch!

Here’s how you can stay up-to-date with the senior class:

  • Follow the CO 19 Instagram and turn on notifications to stay updated: @GBHS2k19class
  • Join our Google Classroom with the code WHG131. Go online or get the classroom app and sign in using your AACPS email (your student ID @ AACPS.org)
  • Look out for the Senior Announcements board in the I building near Ms Beasley’s room and the doors to the Senior Parking Lot

The Senior Council

Look out for your class representatives and see them if you have questions or suggestions!

President: Lauren Wolf
Vice President: Savannah Teasley
Treasurer: Joshua Kovalik
Financial Secretary: Daniella McCullough
Communications Director: Alexa Lawrence
Secretary: Brandy Lawrence
Historian: Kaplan


Graduation announcements

Graduation announcements ordered through Josten’s will be available for pickup on Friday, April 12th in the cafeteria during all lunches.


Senior T-shirts

Senior Class spirit wear is now for sale until April 15th! They are $15 for one or $25 for two. The shirts are red with black text. You can get a form from Ms. Beasley, English 12 teachers, in the cafeteria, guidance, and admin offices, and on the senior announcement board. Pictures of the shirt designs can be found in the Class of 19 Google Classroom.


Senior Replay

Submit photos and videos of your favourite high school memories to be featured in the end-of-year, Class of 2019 Replay video. Videos and pictures (school appropriate please) can be sent to the class historian at [email protected] or DM’d to the CO’19 Instagram, @GBHS2k19Class


Senior Award Ceremony

The senior award ceremony is scheduled for May 16th at 6:30 pm where awards and cords will be presented to eligible seniors. Dress nicely and be on time!


College & Career Spirit Day

As graduating seniors, we’ll be moving onto a new chapter in our lives after we walk across the stage in June. Some seniors will go directly to two- or four-year post-secondary education. Others will go to trade school or enter directly into the workforce. Others still will join the armed forces or take time off after graduating high school. Whatever your plans are for after high school or even if you have none at all, college and career day is an opportunity to show your peers your plans and aspirations. Show off your school or career pride and wear spirit wear or attire to represent your future.

College and Career spirit day will be May 1st, the deadline for most college acceptance/commitments.

 


This year’s Prom theme is Golden Met Gala, so dress to impress! Prom will be at 7 pm at the Waterfront Marriott Hotel at the Baltimore Inner Harbor. Students may enter between 7 and 8 pm, but no entry or re-entry is allowed after 8 pm. Tickets will still be available until spring break– see Ms. Beasley for details. Parking passes are $15, available on Friday the 12th ONLY.


Seniors’ Last day: May 23rd

The last day for graduating seniors is Thursday. May 23rd.

End of the quarter testing for seniors will take place the last week of school from Monday, the 2oth, through Thursday, the 23rd. The schedule is as follows:

 


MANDATORY Graduation rehearsal: May 30th

Graduation rehearsal will be at 6pm in the auditorium and is mandatory! This is when you’ll get your tickets for graduation. If you don’t come, you can’t walk!

Graduation:

The graduation ceremony will take place June 3rd, 3:30 pm at The Prince George’s Equestrian Center. Students should arrive at 2:30 wearing appropriate, formal attire (no jeans, sneakers, shorts, etc).

Cap and gown orders will be distributed on May 15th and 16th.


Last 4 week policy

Graduating seniors found to be involved with unlawful drugs of any kind– alcohol, drugs, and e-cigs included– will be prohibited from participating in senior activities such as prom and graduation. This includes consumption, distribution, and possession. More information can be found here.

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