Charter Arts’ 2023 Commencement Ceremony will be held on Monday, June 12th at 6 PM at Zoellner Arts Center.
MEDIA NOTICE: Please be advised that like past years, some local media outlets will be covering arrivals to Charter Arts’ 2023 Graduation Ceremony and some will also cover the ceremony. Please note that anyone attending this event (students & guests) could have their name and/or image published in various print or broadcast media. Charter Arts may provide information to the media, if requested, in accordance with the school’s image release policy. For ceremony coverage, media will use information provided in the event program, including the names of the graduates exactly as they are listed in the program. A full list of graduate names may be published. Charter Arts is not responsible for information provided directly to the media by graduates or attendees.
Graduation Ceremony Zoellner Arts Center | Baker Hall
5:00 PM Student arrival
5:30 PM Doors open to public
6:00-8:00 PM Graduation Ceremony
**ONLY ticket holders will be admitted to the graduation ceremony. Every person must have a ticket, including children. There is no standing room available at Zoellner Arts Center.
Please note that the venue has requested that due to specialized flooring on the stage, graduates and staff should not wear a pointed or stiletto heel– a flat, block heel or wedge heel is fine.
Helium balloons are STRICTLY PROHIBITED at the venue. Balloons will be confiscated before entering venue.
CLICK HERE for information about Graduation and End-of-Year events for seniors including Senior Awards, Diploma Pick Up, and more.
CAPS & GOWNS:
Any senior student can apply to be considered as one of this year’s two Class Speakers at the Class of 2023 Graduation Ceremony. The application form is posted on the Grade Level Google Classroom and must be submitted by Friday, April 28, 2023. Class Speakers are selected by faculty and staff in a blind voting process based solely on applicants’ thesis statement and first draft submission. For the purposes of the blind voting process, students should refrain from identifying themselves by name in the thesis statement and first draft.