As we draw closer to Saturday, I want to provide you with additional information concerning our commencement ceremony. Please read through the information, including the link to parking and seating, and don’t hesitate to reach out if you have additional questions. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday morning to celebrate the Class of 2021.
Boulder High School’s Graduation Ceremony is Saturday, May 22, at 8:30 am.
Students are allowed four guests at the ceremony!
DATE: Saturday, May 22, 2021
PLACE: Christian Recht Field, 1604 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, CO 80302
7:30 am—Gates Open for Guests
Graduates will meet on the west side of Recht field by 8:00 am. Parking will be limited; make sure you give yourself enough time to find parking and get to the field.
8:30 am—Graduation Ceremony Begins
Please Note: We will not be able to reschedule this event due to weather, so please be prepared for any and all possible weather conditions during the ceremony.
Please see this LINK for parking information.
Each graduate will be allowed 4 guests, and each guest will need to arrive wearing a wristband. Graduates will each be given 4 wristbands when they pick up their cap and gown on May 20. Guests will have the option of sitting in the bleachers or on the field. Seating will be in pods of 4. Guests do not need to sit with their group. Because our ceremony is outside, graduates and guests do not need to complete a Covid screener.
The Graduation ceremony will begin promptly at 8:30 am.
See this LINK to view seating options.
ADA Seating: There will be areas available for ADA seating at Recht Field. Guests may choose to sit either in the bleachers or on the field.
We expect that graduates take the opportunity to celebrate this important achievement by dressing appropriately. Students should wear clothes and shoes that are both comfortable and look nice, in line with a dress code that aims to show respect for the graduation ceremony. Graduates are allowed to decorate their cap to display their unique personality, as long as the decorations are appropriate, respectful, and don’t distract from the ceremony.
The ceremony will be livestreamed as well. Please share this link with family and friends unable to attend the Boulder High School ceremony: