Important Dates for Seniors 2017
May 6th - Prom at Cullman Civic Center - 7 PM
May 7th - Baccalaureate at Hanceville 1st Baptist Church - 5 PM
May 11th &12th - Senior Semester Exams
May 18th - Senior Breakfast - 8 AM
May 18th - Awards Ceremony - 9 AM
May 18th - Graduation Practice at Wallace - 12:30 PM
May 20th - Graduation at Wallace (Tom Drake Coliseum) - 10 AM
Cap and Gown Pictures
Cap and gown pictures will be made on Friday, February 24th, starting at 8 AM in the library. Caps and gowns will be provided by the photographers. No money is needed unless you order pictures.
Senior Baby Pictures and Yearbook Ads
Senior baby pictures and senior yearbook ads (and ad pictures) are due by March 31st. These can be emailed to Mrs. Cone at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seniors have received their senior picture proofs. If you did not receive your proofs, contact Mr. Adams (email@example.com). See Mr. Adams about ordering pictures.
Graduation Invitations and Senior Products
Anyone who missed the meeting with Balfour needs to see Mr. Adams as soon as possible to get a package for ordering items for graduation. This does not include caps and gowns.
Senior Fee - $125
This covers the cost of your cap, tassel, and gown; the diploma printing and diploma cover; and a copy of your senior yearbook. $80 of your senior fee has to be made by the end of the 1st Semester. See Mr. Adams or Mrs. Day to pay or to set up a payment plan.
The cap and gown sizes will be determined from the information you provided about your height and weight to the Balfour representatives. If you have not turned in this information, please see Mr. Adams as soon as possible. Caps and gowns are distributed in the spring and yearbooks arrive in the fall after you graduate.
Please check with Mrs. Day to see if you have any past debts on your student account. These may include class fees, club or organization fees, athletic debts, lost textbook/library book fines, etc.
Seniors will take the WorkKeys Test in December. This is an assessment of job skills and career readiness. It is composed of 3 parts: Applied Mathematics, Locating Information, and Reading for Information. You can find out more information, including sample questions, by clicking here.