Graduation—May 18, 2022

  • Congratulations SAVE High School Class of 2022! Graduation Information

    Graduates will be celebrated on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts. 

     

    PARTICIPATING GRADUATES MUST HAVE A CAP, GOWN, STOLE, AND TASSEL TO PARTICIPATE. See Mrs. Saloka if you have not ordered your cap and gown. She has some to rent, but supplies are limited.

     

    Location

    Alaska Center for the Performing Arts — Atwood Concert Hall

    621 W 6th Ave

    **Please no balloons or noise makers. Flowers and leis may be given to graduates following the ceremony in the lobby.**

     

    Ceremony

    3:00 PM—Graduates report to the backstage of the Atwood Concert Hall

    3:30 PM—Doors open for guests

    4:00 PM—Graduation Ceremony Begins

     

    COVID requirements—parents and families of graduates ages 5 and up are required to wear masks. GRADUATES: have the option to wear a mask or not wear one.

     

    Detailed Itinerary for Graduates

    8:00 AM—Seniors arrive at SAVE High. We will enjoy a breakfast with the staff and the AM session. Build your own breakfast burrito with plenty of yummy stuffing options or enjoy a fresh bagel. 

     

    9:00 AM—Seniors, senior sponsors, and chaperones will take a bus (you will need a mask for the bus) to the Performing Arts Center downtown. We will run through a rehearsal of the graduation ceremony in the Atwood Hall. You do not need your cap and gown for the rehearsal, only for the ceremony at 4:00.

     

    Noon—Return to SAVE High School.

     

    3:00 PM—Graduates report to the Atwood Concert Hall at the Performing Arts Center to line up for the ceremony. Please enter through the back stage entrance off of 5th Avenue.

     

    ***Anyone who would like to give a graduation speech is welcome to as long as their speech is typed and submitted in advance. It can be shared in Google docs or sent in an email to Kelly Saloka, your senior sponsor: saloka_kelly@asdk12.org. She will print your speech and place it into the graduation book that will sit on the podium on the stage for students to read from.

     

    Check out a tribute to Class of 2021.