Graduations Set for 5,500 Students

The Long Beach Unified School District will award diplomas to about 5,500 students at 12 ceremonies from June 7 to 17.

The estimated number of graduates at each school are: 1,011 at Poly High School and Poly PAAL; 893 at Lakewood High School; 875 at Wilson Classical High School; 824 at Millikan High School; 770 at Jordan High School and Jordan Plus; 525 at Cabrillo High School; 175 at Educational Partnership High School; 163 at California Academy of Mathematics and Science; 110 at Reid Continuation High School; 110 at Renaissance High School for the Arts; 48 at Avalon High School; and 31 at Beach High School.

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

Tuesday, June 7

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

Tuesday, June 14

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

Wednesday, June 15

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

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

• Avalon, 4 p.m., Casino Theater, Board of Education Vice President Jon Meyer and Assistant Superintendent Jay Camerino

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

Thursday, June 16

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

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

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

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

Friday, June 17

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

• Beach, 2:30 p.m., Millikan High School Auditorium, Superintendent Christopher J. Steinhauser