The CLASS of 2021 deserves special recognition. You will be remembered as ones who put others first and made sacrifices during your senior years of high school. We look forward to sharing in your accomplishments at either a traditional in-person graduation ceremony or a drop-in celebration on October 8, 2021. A decision on the format will be made closer to the date, based on Public Health guidance and gathering restrictions. Please continue to check our website for updates. We wish our graduating Royals all the best as you begin a new adventure. Royal Pride! ♥♥
Community Involvement Changes for the 2020-2021 School Year
The eligible and ineligible activities mandated by the government and decided upon by the board for the 2020 – 2021 school year can be found HERE. Prior to completing a volunteer activity, make sure it is eligible to be counted toward community involvement hours. You can email your completed Community Involvement forms to the school at [email protected]
Summary of Changes for 2020-2021
- Schools may allow students to earn hours during the time allotted for the instructional program on a school day;
- Schools may allow students to earn hours through duties normally performed in the home; and
- Schools may allow students aged 14 years and older to count up to a maximum of 10 hours from paid employment towards their earned hours. Students counting paid employment towards their graduation requirement will be required to complete a reflection exercise indicating how their work contributed to the service for others.
Cap & Gown Order
Cap & gown orders can be picked up the Week of July 5th.
Graduates will lose access to UGCLOUD as early as July 1st of their graduating year. There may be important documents to save for future use (e.g. resume). Click here for information on ways to save these files.