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Important Dates

May 18-19: Optional Senior Retreat
May 28-29: Senior Final Exams
May 30: 9:30 AM, Senior Awards Assembly
May 30: 7 PM, Baccalaureate, Central Catholic East Gym, reception to follow
May 31: 7 PM, Graduation, Chiles Center, University of Portland
May 31: Senior All Night Party, immediately following Graduation 

Senior Notes & Guidelines

Our College Counseling Office would like seniors to fill out these two surveys:

Graduation Survey - CLICK HERE to fill out form. Please share with us where you are going, admissions decisions to all schools you applied to, and how we can reach you in the future. 

Scholarships Awarded - CLICK HERE to fill out the form. Please list all scholarships you have been awarded even if you are not accepting the scholarship or attending the University awarding scholarship money.

Please note: This is a different survey from the one that is used for the Rampart.

Attention parents of seniors, the 2019 Senior All Night Party (SANP) will be held immediately following graduation on Friday, May 31. CLICK HERE to register.

Register before May 13 for early bird price of $125. Don't miss out on this tradition as you celebrate with your classmates one final time immediately after graduation. Location kept secret until week of graduation. Limited financial assistance is available: please contact Lupe Tellez directly, prior to completing the registration.  

Graduates depart around 10 PM directly from Chiles Center on May 31, will be picked up by designated driver at 3 am from the venue location. YOU MAY CARPOOL.

Questions? Contact Lynne O'Donnell at lodinpdx@icloud.com

Volunteers needed: check out a list of volunteer opportunities HERE.

Participation in end-of-the-year graduation activities is contingent on several important factors:
A)    Successful completion of all required classes for graduation and Christian service requirement.
B)    Continuing respect for and cooperation with school regulations that apply to all students through graduation.
C)    Payment of all tuition and fees owed to the school.
There are no exceptions to these requirements. 

The following dress code will be strictly enforced for all three graduation events: Senior Awards Assembly, Baccalaureate Mass, and Commencement.

Ladies:  Slacks, dress or skirt, dress shoes.     
Gentlemen: Slacks, dress shirt, tie, and dress shoes.


Student behavior is expected to be respectful and attentive at all times during these events. Students should give honor to classmates by respecting the dignity and seriousness of these ceremonies in both action and appearance. The following are unacceptable: chewing gum, beach balls, confetti, silly string, bubbles, horns, messages on the top of mortarboards (caps), and sunglasses. Students who violate these restrictions will not receive their diploma until such time as the Administration deems appropriate.

Tickets will not be required for the Commencement Ceremony.  

Students will be entering the Chiles Center separately from their parents and families (at the entrance located near the intersection of Portsmouth and Warren streets). We ask that students park as near to this intersection as possible.  Please do not park in the main Chiles Center lot. We would like to reserve that lot for families and special guests attending the Commencement.

Bag Policy

• Backpacks, duffel bags, or bags larger than 12''x12''x6'' - PROHIBITED
• All other bags are subject to inspection

Prohibited Items

WEAPONS (including concealed)
• guns, knives, handcuffs, chains
• explosives including fireworks and flares
• mace or pepper spray
• bats and clubs

• food purchased outside the venue
• unsealed plastic bottles which contain liquid
• glass containers
• thermoses, coolers, ice chests

• alcohol
• marijuana and/or paraphernalia
• vapor smoking devices
• cigarettes
• illegal substances of any kind

• Backpacks, duffel bags, or bags larger than 12”X 12”X6”
• horns, whistles, and vuvuzelas
• balloons
• confetti
• bicycles, skateboards, roller skates, scooters
• strollers
• animals (except service animals)
• banners, signs, flags, sticks, poles
• aerosol cans
• matches, lighters or other igniters
• selfie sticks, monopods and tripods
• frisbees and beach balls
• laser pointers
• umbrellas
• any other materials deemed objectionable