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Graduation is a time to remember for all students. It is a moment that will stay with you forever and it is important to capture these once in a lifetime moments so that you can always look back smiling and remember the joy of the past. Those who would like […]
Class of 2019 graduates are invited back to their Keller ISD Elementary schools for receptions, breakfasts, processions and other events. Find all the details here.
In years past, the Powder Puff game has served as a last memory for seniors to hold on to before graduation. It provides an opportunity to unify the school by allowing the underclassman to choose an upperclassman grade to cheer on. Cheer will host the eighth annual Powder Puff game on Friday, May 10 at 2 p.m.
Senior Sunrise will be held on Saturday, Aug. 3, from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. on the football field. Following Senior Sunrise, students have the opportunity to paint their senior spots, and may take as long as they need.
Starting this year, seniors have the opportunity to be exempt from taking their spring semester finals. In order to qualify, seniors must have an 85 or above semester average, and have three or less unexcused absences in second, third, or fourth period and six or less absences in first or fifth period.
Following a years worth of hard work and filling out college applications, graduating seniors will be celebrated on Tuesday, May 21 for their scholarship achievements.
Local scholarships allow high school seniors to apply in a smaller pool of applicants, increasing their chances of earning college funds. These scholarships are specifically for seniors in Keller ISD or the surrounding areas.