CLASS OF 2023 - Senior Sunrise
2023 ACMA Graduation
Location: ACMA Campus 11375 SW Center St.
Date: Friday, June 9, 2023
Doors Open: 6:00pm / Start Time: 7:00pm
Entry: Ticket Only
(At this time, each walking Senior will receive 4 tickets the week before Graduation)
Senior Picture Submissions for Yearbook Due Jan 31st
We will be continuing our tradition of honoring seniors with their chosen senior picture, as well as an optional quote and baby picture. If you do not submit a senior picture, we will use your most recent school picture!
- All pictures submitted must be high quality JPEG files (high quality means a larger file, that does not blur when zoomed in on–in general pictures taken on newer smartphones and all professional cameras)
- Quotes must be appropriate or appropriately censored–the editors reserve the right to choose not to print your quote.
Everything must be emailed to Miranda Zigler, email@example.com by January 31st, 2023, with the student’s PREFERRED name for the yearbook and last name in the subject line of your email (ie: Miranda Zigler Senior Pictures and Quote) If possible, name the file with this information as well.
Jostens will be here at ACMA during Ohana on November 9th. You will be given a packet to order your cap & gown and other graduation materials. Parents should expect a packet to come home that day.
*11/9 -Jostens Meeting - During Ohana
*11/18 - Jostens - During lunch in Commons
*If you have missed these dates, you can purchase your cap & gown online at Jostens.com
Email from Mr. Paige 9/21/22:
Hello Class of ‘23,
I wanted to share three things with you as we near the end of your first month as seniors: first, as I mentioned in our senior assembly last week, we have a webpage on the ACMA website that we’ll use to provide information to you throughout the year. Right now it has the date and time of graduation, a link to Jostens, and a handful of information. As we move forward there will be lots of other information there. You can find the page at: https://acma.beaverton.k12.or.us/academics/graduation
Next, on October 11 from 5:30-6:30 PM our counselors will be hosting a Senior Family Night. This isn’t mandatory, but if you come you can expect to get good information about understanding transcripts, making the transition from ACMA, and more. The plan is to provide food and child care (in case you have a younger sibling). You’ll get more information on this soon.
Finally, Capstones. Breathe. Another breath. Okay… we know that Capstones are happening this year (as they did last year and every year except when we were at home because of the pandemic). We know that you’ll research a topic you’re interested in, write a research paper on that topic, reflect on what you’ve learned, and finally present your art. Right now a committee is forming to add details to what we know, but you can count on those three things and to help you plan some tentative dates are:
Research Paper due February 22nd
Tentative Reflection due date April 5
Artistic Presentation April (a date after the reflection)
These dates might change, but won’t be earlier. Next week I hope to have some more guidance out to you about the research paper, but right now all you need to be thinking about is the topic you’re interested in and start reading, watching, and learning about that topic.
I wish you a great end to September,