• January 25, 2022

Tags : episd graduations

El Paso ISD to celebrate Class of 2021 graduations starting

The El Paso Independent School District will celebrate the Class of 2021 with 12 outdoor ceremonies over six days at two sites starting on Tuesday, June 15. District officials say they will continue their decades-old tradition of having graduation ceremonies for El Paso High School at R.R. Jones Stadium. Bowie High School’s Baty-Simmang Stadium will […]Read More

Austin High graduates first Panther New Tech cohort

The Austin High Panthers’ class of 2020 took the field under the Friday night lights to celebrate its official graduation — the first one under the Sandra Day O’Connor Academy Panther New Tech Program. The class of 312, led by valedictorian Adrian Allende and salutatorian Isacc Calay Lightborn, earned $1.5 million in scholarships. Allende and Lightborn […]Read More

Coronado graduating class is EPISD’s largest in 2020

Coronado’s class of 726 graduates made its official walk across the stage tonight at Franklin High’s stadium – marking EPISD biggest graduation of 2020. The class – led by valedictorian Emily Jo Smith and salutatorian Anthony Christopher Salazar – amassed more than $18 million in scholarships including a Merchant Marine Academy appointment. “I know this isn’t […]Read More

EPISD unveils guidelines, plans for commencement ceremonies

Friday afternoon, El Paso Independent School District officials announced that they will have outdoor commencement ceremonies for the Class of 2020 in June to celebrate the accomplishments of high-school seniors while remaining compliant with local and CDC guidelines in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We are happy to be able to provide our high-school seniors […]Read More

El Paso ISD’s Class of 2016 graduates nearly 5,000 students

Commencement exercises for the 12 El Paso Independent School District campuses issuing high-school diplomas will start Friday morning and continue through Monday night at the Don Haskins Center and Jones Stadium at El Paso High. Nearly 5,000 students in 10 comprehensive high schools, an early college and an alternative school of choice are expected to graduate this spring. […]Read More