Poised to receive their diplomas this month are more than 5,900 high school seniors in the Long Beach Unified School District.
Poly and Poly Academy of Achievers and Leaders have the largest combined graduating class with 1,056 seniors. Wilson will award 945 diplomas; Millikan, 925; Lakewood, 889; Jordan, 751; Cabrillo, 643; EPHS, 215; School for Adults, 150; CAMS, 142; Renaissance, 108; Reid, 75; and Avalon, 58.
Cabrillo holds its graduation on Tuesday, June 15. Jordan, Poly/PAAL and Reid will award diplomas Wednesday, June 16. Lakewood, Millikan, Renaissance and Wilson will conduct ceremonies on Thursday, June 17. EPHS and School for Adults conduct graduations on Friday, June 18. Avalon conducts commencement on Thursday, June 24. CAMS conducted ceremonies on Wednesday, June 9.
Scheduled to present diplomas are:
Avalon—Assistant Superintendent Maggie Webster, 4 p.m., Avalon Casino Theater;
Cabrillo—Board of Education Vice President Felton Williams, 6 p.m., Veterans Stadium;
EPHS—Board of Education President Mary Stanton, 1 p.m., Lakewood High School Auditorium;
Jordan—Board of Education President Mary Stanton and Superintendent Chris Steinhauser, 2 p.m., Veterans Stadium;
Lakewood—Superintendent Chris Steinhauser, 2 p.m., Cerritos College;
Long Beach School for Adults—Board of Education Member John McGinnis, 1 p.m., Millikan High School Auditorium;
Millikan—Speaker TBA, 7 p.m., Veterans Stadium;
Poly/PAAL—Board of Education Member Felton Williams, 7 p.m., Veterans Stadium;
Reid—Board of Education Member David Barton, noon, Cabrillo High School Gymnasium;
Renaissance—Board of Education Member John McGinnis, 5 p.m., Long Beach City College Liberal Arts Campus Auditorium;
Wilson—Board of Education Member Jon Meyer and Superintendent Chris Steinhauser, 5:30 p.m., Stephens Field (Wilson Stadium).