Senior Info


Class of 2024 Graduation
May 22nd @ 10:00am
Echo Park Stadium

1:30 p.m. Graduation Rehearsal

EchoPark Stadium
11901 Newlin Gulch Blvd, Parker

All seniors who plan to participate in the graduation ceremony MUST attend graduation rehearsal -- no exceptions!

Seniors must be in attendance for the duration of the rehearsal. All seniors must be at EchoPark Stadium in Parker by 1:00 p.m. and sitting in their assigned seat. Please dress accordingly for the weather (i.e. sunscreen, hat, shorts, water). This is a casual dress event. We expect to be done with rehearsal by 3:00 p.m.

May 21st @ 6:30pm - Senior Convocation

Southeast Christian Church
9650 Jordan Road, Parker

Senior Honors Convocation is an evening to recognize members of the Class of 2024 for academic achievement. All seniors who will be recognized during the evening will receive an invitation to attend and are to meet at Southeast Christian Church at 5:45 p.m. This invitation will come in early May.

Dress code for the evening for males:
White long-sleeve dress shirt with a blue or dark tie, khaki colored slacks or pants, dark colored dress shoes and dark socks.

Dress code for the evening for females:
Dress or skirts that do not hang below the gown. If females wear pants, they need to be full length and khaki color.

This is the same dress code for graduation. Over their clothes, Seniors who are being honored are to wear their graduation gown, which they will receive at the senior checkout. Please do not bring your graduation cap.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 22nd at 10:00 a.m.

Livestream Link

EchoPark Stadium
11901 Newlin Gulch Blvd, Parker

Graduating seniors are to be dressed appropriately (as outlined in the Code of Conduct Agreement) in their cap and gown and are to be at EchoPark Stadium between 9:00 a.m. - 9:15 a.m. Wednesday morning. Only the stoles and cores provided by Legend will be allowed to be worn by the graduates. Any other personal embellishment will be taken and held for students to pick up after the ceremony. Seniors are to leave cell phones, purses, sunglasses, and other items at home or with family members.

Gates will open at 9:00 a.m. for open seating at EchoPark Stadium. Seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis as there is no reserved seating. Handicapped seating is available on both sides of the stadium. Handicapped parking is available at 2 of the 3 entrances for graduation, each student will know which side they are entering from, sitting on, and which podium their name is being read from. Please ask your student this information after rehearsal so you can be sure to see them as much as possible during the ceremony. Both sides of the stadium will be used for seating. There will also be a seating map on our graduation webpage on the Legend High School website after rehearsal.

Photos will be taken of the graduates by Lifetouch Photography. There will be formal pictures taken as the graduates are in line for graduation check-in. The pictures will be available after graduation.  We will have information available on our website for ordering once Lifetouch has the link ready. Graduations will be streamed live via the Douglas County School District Communications Department. 

Immediately following the ceremony, graduates are escorted to an area on the track to pick up their official diploma. The process takes approximately 10 minutes. During this time, we ask that all family members remain in the stands to allow students to receive their actual diploma. Legend staff members will invite you to the field or track area after 10 minutes. We appreciate in advance your kindness, consideration, and patience on this day.

We anticipate the ceremony to be approximately 2 hours for your planning purposes. In the event of incliment weather, the ceremony may be delayed, yet still performed at the stadium. The Legend High School website will be the avenue for communication regarding any changes pertaining to the graduation ceremony.

If you have any questions about graduation, please contact:
Mari Farley @ [email protected]
Sherri Liljehorn @ [email protected]


Senior Yard Signs

Yard Sign

All seniors are given one yard sign that is included in their graduation package. The signs are personalized for each student and measure 18 x 24 and include the yard stake. 
If you are interested in ordering an addition sign, please complete the FORM.


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