The Long Beach Unified School District will award diplomas to 5,950 students in June.
Poly and Poly Academy of Achievers and Leaders have 1,085 seniors. Millikan will award 932 diplomas; Lakewood, 903; Wilson, 900; Jordan, 745; Cabrillo, 560; EPHS, 300; CAMS, 158; Reid, 115; School for Adults, 100; Renaissance, 94; Avalon, 43; and Beach High School, 15.
Cabrillo conducts ceremonies on Tuesday, June 11; CAMS, Reid, Jordan and Poly/PAAL on Wednesday, June 12; Lakewood, Renaissance, Avalon, Wilson and Millikan on Thursday, June 13; and EPHS and School for Adults/Beach on Friday, June 14.
Scheduled to present diplomas are:
Avalon—Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Schools Pete Davis, 4 p.m., Avalon Casino Theater; Cabrillo—Board of Education Member Felton Williams, 6 p.m., Veterans Stadium; CAMS—Board of Education Member Felton Williams, 6 p.m., Millikan High School Auditorium; EPHS—Board of Education Member Mary Stanton, 1 p.m., Lakewood High School Auditorium; Jordan—Board of Education Member Mary Stanton, 2 p.m., Veterans Stadium; Lakewood—Board of Education Member Diana Craighead, 2 p.m., Veterans Stadium; School for Adults/Beach—Assistant Superintendent for Human Resource Services Ruth Ashley, 1 p.m., Millikan High School Auditorium; Millikan—Board of Education Member Diana Craighead, 7 p.m., Veterans Stadium; Poly/PAAL—Board of Education Member Felton Williams, 7 p.m., Veterans Stadium; Reid—Superintendent Christopher J. Steinhauser, 1 p.m., Cabrillo High School Small Gym; Renaissance—Board of Education Vice President John McGinnis, 3 p.m., Long Beach City College Liberal Arts Campus Auditorium; Wilson—Board of Education President Jon Meyer and Superintendent Christopher J. Steinhauser, 5:30 p.m., Stephens Field.