Graduations this week begin with GCS’ public separate schools on Wednesday

Greensboro, N.C. – Thousands more are set to graduate and walk across the stage in the coming days as Guilford County Schools’ graduations continue.

With the easing of restrictions over the past several weeks, students at comprehensive high schools are receiving eight tickets each. Students at Weaver Academy and Penn-Griffin School for the Arts will receive 10 tickets each. Tickets at public separate school graduations are determined by the room size being used at the school.

While the district encourages mask-wearing, spectators will not be required to wear a mask. Students and staff will be provided masks to wear during the ceremony.

Over the course of the graduation season, more than 5,700 graduates will receive diplomas.

Please find this week’s schedule below:

Wednesday, June 2

Site: Gateway Education Center Auditorium

3:30 p.m. Gateway Education Center 

Site: Haynes-Inman Multi-Purpose Room

5:30 p.m. Haynes-Inman Education Center 

Site: Greene Education Center Campus

7 p.m. Greene Education Center

Friday, June 4

Site: Greensboro Coliseum

3 p.m. Weaver Academy

7 p.m. Penn-Griffin School for the Arts

Saturday, June 5

Site: Greensboro Coliseum

8:30 a.m. Ragsdale High

12:30 p.m. Smith High

4:30 p.m. Northeast High

8 p.m. Southwest High

Sunday, June 6

Site: Greensboro Coliseum

Noon Dudley High

4 p.m. Southern High

8 p.m. Andrews High

Monday, June 7

Site: Greensboro Coliseum

8:30 a.m. Western High

12:30 p.m. Northern High

4:30 p.m. High Point Central High

8 p.m. Northwest High

Tuesday, June 8

Site: Greensboro Coliseum

8:30 a.m. Page High

12:30 p.m. Eastern High

4 p.m. Grimsley High

8 p.m. Southeast High

About Guilford County Schools 

Guilford County Schools, the third largest school district in North Carolina and one of the 50th largest of more than 14,000 in the United States, serves more than 70,000 PK-12 students at 126 schools. With approximately 9,800 employees, GCS works in partnership with parents, businesses, colleges and the community to deliver an education that connects student interests and skills with the careers and economy of our future here and around the world. We provide educational choices to meet individual student needs in a culturally diverse citizenship and new opportunities to help our students Soar to Greatness. For more information, visit the district’s website at

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