Class of 2018

GraduationFriday, June 8, 2018 @ 7pm SHS stadium.  Rain or shine!

All seniors participating in the graduation ceremony are required to wear a Sherwood High School approved cap and gown.  Only school-sponsored and approved graduation recognition medals, cords or stoles are allowed to be worn during the ceremony.

If you still need to order your gown and/or cap, please visit or call 1-800-567-8367 now!

Next senior class meeting is Wednesday, March 21, 2018 during Advisory
Agenda: Updates and senior panoramic picture 

Senior Class Council:
Danielle Carillo, President
Delaney Cole, Vice President
Paige Cushing, Secretary
McKinley Gillum, Treasurer
Rustin Williams, Activities Coordinator
Sage Toomey, At Large

Attention seniors!

Now is the time to look over your transcript to make sure you have all the credits you need to graduate. If you are striving for an Honors or Advanced Honors diploma, it is YOUR responsibility to make sure you meet the requirements (including 28 GRADED credits!) and communicate that to your counselor. Possible Valedictorians MUST have the Advanced Honors diploma, which has to be submitted before March 30. If you have any questions, see your counselor.

Briana Dannen, Senior Class Adviser

Important Dates:

-Grad Ads Regular Pricing due: March 1, 2018
-Senior Class Photo:  March 21, 2018
-Yearbooks Distribution: June 1, 2018

Grad Night Party Information:

1. Registration - Click Here 
2. Main email-
3. Email address for photos submission (for photo montage that will be played at the venue)

Submit Photo for Video:

We want EVERY senior in the Grad Night video - submit your photo now!

Please use these guidelines:

  • Submit a photo that best represents the student's personality.
  • Choose a photo that was taken during high school (no baby photos).

  • If you are submitting a group photo, limit the group size to 4 people or fewer.

  • Be picky and send us the best of the best - submit only 2-4 photos of each student please!

  • Remember that this is a school function, so please consider all aspects of the photo :)