Senior Graduation Information

2023 Graduate Information

Date/Time: June 15th, 2023, 12:30-2:30 p.m.

Where: UW Alaska Airlines Arena

More details to follow!

Upcoming Events

May 2, 2023: Decision Day & Cap & Gown Distribution during both A & B Lunches

June 1, 2023: Senior Award Ceremony, 6:30-8:00 p.m., Commons

June 3, 2023: Senior Prom

June 9, 2023: Senior Sunset, Baseball Field, Time TBD

June 14, 2023: Senior Breakfast followed by Graduation Rehearsal (students only)

June 15, 2023: Graduation, 12:30-2:30 pm., UW Alaska Airlines Arena

June 15- June 16, 2023: PTSA Sponsored Senior Party 

Cap & Gown Questions for Jostens

Cap & Gown Sales are now open!  

Questions regarding your order? Please contact Jostens directly.  They are happy to help!

Email Jostenspnw@jostens.com or call 360-653-9102 

LWHS PTSA Sponsored Senior Party

LW Senior Party

Your senior is invited to a safe and fun-filled post-graduation all-night party presented by the LWHS PTSA. We provide transportation to two venues, entertainment, food and a memorable end-of-the year experience. 

When: Thursday, June 15, 2023

Start Time: 8:30-9:30pm

End Time: 5:00 am on Friday, June 16, at LWHS  

Ticket prices:

  • $190 until February 21
  • $200 between February 22 and April 30
  • $210 between April 30 and June 4
  • Ticket sales end June 4, 2023  
  • All ticket purchases are non-refundable. 

Scholarships or installment plans are available. Contact Jodee Hull at jhull@lwsd.org for more information.

How do you sign up your Senior? Click here to purchase Senior Party Tickets. You can also click here for additional information. You do not need to be a PTSA member to purchase tickets.

Questions? Do you want to help chaperone or plan the event? Contact the Senior Party Co-Chairs at seniorparty@lwhsptsa.org 

Class of 2022 LWHS Graduation Honors Key*

*Honor Awards are subject to change from year to year.

Honor Cords:
  • Students who are eligible and/or earn a cord will receive them on Senior Award Night (details to follow)
  • Running Start students qualify for GPA & Departmental Honors
  • Eligibility requirements are noted below:
Cumulative GPA Honor Cords
Gold:  GPA 3.8-4.0
Silver: GPA 3.5-3.79
 
Department Honor Cords (White)
Departmental Honors- Students are selected from applications by department chairs and departments (every student is eligible to receive ONE cord, despite the number of departmental honors they qualify for). Applications are due May 6th. Click here to apply.
 
Honor Society (Blue)
Must meet Honor Society criteria and be in good standing.

Additional Commendations:

4.0 Pin
The 4.0 pin recognizes students who have maintained a 4.0 all four years of high School.
 
Golden Kang Medallion
This award recognizes students with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.85 or higher, 5 or more AP classes or Running Start, and at least 1 activity.
 
Student Leadership Award
This award recognizes leaders who have put others first in service to their school.
 
Principal's Award
This award recognizes those students who qualified as the top 5% of the class.
 
President's Award
This award is sponsored by the US Department of Education.  Its purpose is to recognize students with a cumulative GPA of 3.9 or higher and completed at least 75 percent of the credits required for graduation and was enrolled in at least three academic core subjects (English, Math, Science, Social Studies, the Arts, and Languages other than English) in Grade 12. 
 
Washington State Honors Award
The Washington State Honors Award is a state program that honors students with a GPA of 3.93 or higher, has completed 75% of credits required for graduation and enrolled in at least three academic core subjects (English, Math, Science, Social Studies, the Arts, and Languages other than English) in Grade 12. 
 
AP Capstone Diploma Candidate (Medallion)
Students who have passed four AP classes in addition to completing AP Seminar and AP Research and are eligible to receive the College Board’s distinguished Capstone Diploma.
 
AP Capstone Certificate Candidate

Students who have completed AP Seminar and AP Research and are eligible to receive the College Board’s Capstone Certificate.