Graduations Slated for 6,000 Students

The Long Beach Unified School District will award diplomas to about 6,000 students at 12 ceremonies from June 10 to 18.

The estimated number of graduates at each school are: 1,106 at Poly High School and Poly Academy of Achievers; 927 at Millikan High School; 890 at Lakewood High School; 872 at Wilson Classical High School; 780 at Jordan High School/Jordan Plus; 600 at Cabrillo High School; 390 at Educational Partnership High School; 161 at California Academy of Mathematics and Science; 65 at Reid Continuation High School; 120 at Renaissance High School for the Arts; 50 at Avalon High School; and 38 at Beach High School.

This schedule includes the names of officials who will present diplomas:

Wednesday, June 10

• CAMS, 6 p.m., StubHub (Carson), Board of Education Vice President Felton Williams

Monday, June 15

• Cabrillo, 6 p.m., Veterans Stadium, Board of Education Vice President Felton Williams

Tuesday, June 16

• Jordan/Jordan Plus, 2 p.m., Veterans Stadium, Board of Education Member Megan Kerr

• Reid, 2 p.m., Cabrillo Small Gym, Superintendent Christopher J. Steinhauser

• Poly/PAAL, 7 p.m., Veterans Stadium, Board of Education Vice President Felton Williams

Wednesday, June 17

• Avalon, 4 p.m., Casino Theater, Deputy Superintendent of Education Services Ruth Ashley

• Lakewood, 2 p.m., Veterans Stadium, Board of Education President Diana Craighead

• Renaissance, 3 p.m., Long Beach City College Auditorium, Board of Education Member John McGinnis

• Wilson, 5:30 p.m., Stephens Field (Wilson Football Stadium), Board of Education Member Jon Meyer and Superintendent Christopher J. Steinhauser

• Millikan, 7 p.m., Veterans Stadium, Board of Education President Diana Craighead

Thursday, June 18

• Beach, 1 p.m., Millikan High School Auditorium, Board of Education Member Jon Meyer

• EPHS, 1 p.m, Lakewood High School Auditorium, Board of Education Member Megan Kerr

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