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Senior Information

January 15th-All Senior Pictures, Baby Pictures, Senior Quotes and if you are wanting to purchase a yearbook ad are due on this date.  Any questions please check out the EVHS website or contact

February 1st-Last day to order yearbooks.  Any questions please check out the EVHS website or contact

-Buy your yearbooks here:

April 2nd-Caps and gowns will be delivered.  If you have not ordered your Seniors Cap and Gown yet you can do so online at or call them at 970-663-2668. Students can't participate in EVHS Graduation Ceremony without having a Cap and Gown. Students can choose either Black or white. 

May 15th & 16th- Senior final exam days.  Periods 0-3 is May 15th, Periods 4-7 May 16th

May 17th & May 20th-Senior Checkout Days. 

May 22nd-Senior MANDATORY Graduation Rehearsal @ 8:00am.  All seniors participating in EVHS graduation ceremony must attend the rehearsal. 

May 25th- EVHS 2024 Graduation Ceremony at 9:00am.  

Participation:  the graduation ceremonies are a time honored event.  Technically all events including graduation itself are optional and not required to receive a high school diploma.  As such Seniors need to understand that their attendance and behaviors will be taken into consideration for the privilege to walk in the ceremonies.  Excessive unexcused absences, tardies, and disciplinary actions will result in being removed from participation in graduation events.
Speakers:  at graduation we will have up to four special speeches.  The Valedictorian and the Salutatorian will have the opportunity to address the class if they choose.  There will also be a faculty speaker that is chosen by class vote for who they would like to hear from at their banquet night as well as graduation ceremony.  Finally, there will be auditions for class speakers who can be chosen for either the banquet or graduation ceremony as well.
Legal Name:  your name as it appears in PowerSchool and all other legal documents related to school will be the same name that is used for your diploma, name reading at the graduation ceremony, and alphabetical seating assignment.
Seating:  seating at graduation is done in alphabetical order by last name as it appears on your official high school diploma.
Diplomas:  will be handed out after the graduation ceremony at a table outside of the stadium.  Students will be given a diploma cover that is empty inside when they walk across the stage.  It is the graduate’s responsibility to pick up their actual diploma and student records.  Diplomas are printed with your full legal name to remain consistent with other legal documents.
Graduation Recognitions:  the following will be recognized at graduation with medals, stolls, cords, or by designation in the program.
Medals = Valedictorian & Salutatorian
Stoll = CMC Associates Degree
Cords = Honor Graduates (4.0 and Above), National Honors Society, National Forensics League, Quill & Scroll, National Art Honor Society, Tri-M Music Society, Seal of Biliteracy, AVID
Designation in Program = Valedictorian, Salutatorian, Honor Graduates, National Honors Society, Students of Staff Members, Seal of Biliteracy
Graduation Caps & Gowns:  DON’T forget to order your cap and gown.  You can’t graduate without the proper attire!  Caps and Gowns will be delivered in April during lunch.  Please contact Herff Jones directly with questions.  Call: 970-663-2668 or Online: 
Seniors will have a choice between black or white gowns.  It does not matter which one you choose and you will have the option to select either one when ordering.
The only thing that can be shown as decorations on the gown are the medals, cords, or stolls provided by EVHS to honor graduates.
Students WILL BE allowed to adorn their caps with personalized items.  Please be considerate and don’t make the cap decoration a distraction to the ceremony.
Dress Etiquette:  For the Senior Honors Night and Graduation Ceremony it is expected that students dress appropriately for these time honored and significant community events.  “Business casual” would be the minimum expectation for student attire.
Men:  khakis, trousers, collared shirts, button-down shirts, dress shoes.
Women:  khakis, trousers, dresses, skirts, blouses, sweaters, dress shoes.
What not to wear:  hats, t-shirts, jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, flip-flops.
Inclement Weather:  In the event of significant inclement weather, we will postpone the ceremony in 1 hour increments until we see the weather clear.  We will announce this postponement 30 min prior to the ceremony.  Please check our website and Facebook for updates.  Thank you for your understanding and support of this amazing event.