Graduation Dates and Livestreaming

Congratulations Class of 2021


Class of 2021 Graduation Ceremonies

All Douglas County School District spring 2021 graduations will take place at outdoor venues so that we can proceed with fewer restrictions at our commencement ceremonies compared to last year, while still implementing necessary precautions to keep our students, families and staff safe. 

TICKETS/GUESTS
We are excited to share that previous health guidelines that limited capacity at Echo Park Stadium and Red Rocks Amphitheater have been lifted. This means that schools will be able to provide families with additional tickets to the commencement ceremonies. Physical distancing is no longer required and masks do not need to be worn outdoors. Your school will soon provide more information about how to obtain additional tickets.





Previous 2020-2021 Graduations



Graduates
Graduation Live Stream

Douglas County School District is proud to offer live streaming of all of its graduations.

It is important to note: Live streaming is reliant on a number of factors, many of which are not in the control of the Douglas County School District, including the Internet service provided by third-party institutions/companies. DCSD endeavors to provide a high-quality broadcast of our graduations, but occasionally, due to unforeseen circumstances, this may not be possible. In those cases, DCSD will do its best to provide video clips of the ceremonies afterwards.







Graduation Requirements

This is a big day for our seniors. Learn about the requirements they must meet to earn a Douglas County diploma.

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