CLASS OF 2017
May 16 POMS Senior Music Banquet, 6:00 pm @ Saint Joseph’s Church
May 17 Lillian Blacker Awards, 6:30 pm
May 19 Last Full Day of class for seniors
May 19 Senior/Junior Prom (report to school by 4:15 pm to sign in, grand promenade and board bus to prom location) ($110)
May 22 Senior Exams – Yellow & Pink (Seniors only need to be in school at the time of their exams)
May 23 Senior Exams – Dark Blue & Purple (Seniors only need to be in school at the time of their exams)
May 24 Senior Exams – Green (Seniors only need to be in school at the time of their exams)
May 25 Senior Exams – Orange (Seniors only need to be in school at the time of their exams)
May 26 Senior Exams – Light Blue (Seniors only need to be in school at the time of their exams)
May 30 Senior Cruise (report to the BHS Cafeteria at 4:30 pm. Buses leave BHS at 5:15 pm. Return to BHS 10:30 pm) ( $100.00)
May 30 Graduation Rehearsal (mandatory) report to the field house at 9:00 am
May 31 Senior Service Day (Seniors report to the BHS cafeteria at 8:00 am for breakfast and T-shirts. They then proceed to their service sites for the day. Bring a bag lunch)
June 1 Graduation Rehearsal (mandatory) report to the field house at 9:00 am. Students enter through the field house entrance
June 2 Senior Awards Ceremony, 9:00 am (students report at 8:15 am)
June 4 Graduation 3:00 pm (report to the Upper Gym at 2:00 pm)
June 4 All-Night Party, BHS cafeteria ($25.00)
Attendance is mandatory at the Graduation Rehearsals.
** All books and materials should be handed in to the teacher at the end of each exam or before. Lockers should be cleaned out by May 19. All school discipline and financial obligations (lost books fees, class dues, uniform returns and library books) must be returned and paid in order to receive your cap, gown and yearbook. The fees should be paid directly to the main office. These obligations must be met by May 19.
PLEASE NOTE: All of the school rules outlined in the Belmont High School Student Handbook will be enforced for the senior activities. In addition to the established consequences, violations of one or more of these rules may lead to dismissal from the activity and denial of the privilege of participating in the remaining senior activities of the year. This may include the denial of participation in the graduation ceremony.