Yucaipa High School Graduation 2017 on June 7

YHS top honor students and soon to be high school graduates: Chris Womack who will be attending MIT, along with valedictorian candidates Michaela Sabbah (UCR) and Peter Nguyen (UCLA).

The 2017 Yucaipa High School Graduation Ceremony will take place on Wednesday, June 7, at 7 p.m. at the campus.

Gates to the school will open at 5 p.m. and the gates to the stadium for seating will open at 5:30 p.m. Access into the school site will be via the 12th Street front entrance to YHS or Sizzler Road. Only cars with a gold parking placard will be allowed to park in the school parking lots. Each senior will receive a parking placard. Shuttle service beginning at 5:30 p.m. to and from Yucaipa High School will be available at three locations; Crafton Hills College, Dunlap Elementary and Oak View High School.

All attendees must have a ticket for entrance. 13th Street will be closed to through traffic from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Chapman Heights Road will be closed to through traffic beginning the last 10 minutes of the graduation ceremony until 30 minutes of its completion. Guests holding gold and purple tickets will enter the stadium on the Home side and guests holding blue and green tickets will enter the stadium on the Visitor side. The Lions Club will be selling pizza and bottled water. Please be advised that this food service will only be available while supplies last.

As this is a ceremonious event for the graduates, guests are asked to refrain from bringing items that will not be allowed into the stadium. Examples of these items are, but not limited to food, beverages, coolers, canteens, balloons, beach balls, air horns, bullhorns, whistles or any other types of noise makers. Sealed water bottles are allowed.

Guests bringing floral bouquets may present them to their graduate at the end of the ceremony, not before or during. The Yucaipa High School staff is looking forward to a dignified and memorable graduation ceremony for its class of 2017.

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