PSD is proud to introduce the Class of 2020
Congratulations to more than 1,800 graduates in PSD's Class of 2020! PSD is proud of each and every graduate and wishes them the best of luck with their future plans. Class lists for each school posted.
Honoring graduates with ceremonies
In-person graduation ceremonies are planned for July 23-25. In case of bad weather, July 31 and Aug. 1 are back-up celebration dates.
In mid-July, graduates will need to pick up a packet with information, as well as a school mask to wear at the ceremony, guest tickets and a ceremony program. Schools will communicate details about picking up packets. Guests will have assigned seats and attendees will be required to wear a mask. Attendees will also be assigned arrival times to allow for social distancing while entering the venue and ceremony.
From the superintendent: Congratulations, Class of 2020!
Grads at a Glance: Every student has a story
All of our graduates have had incredible journeys. Their stories inspire us to be the best that we can be for our families, friends and community. We want to honor the exceptional class of 2020 by sharing their stories, in their own words, with you.
See all stories about these outstanding graduates and others at PSD Grads at a Glance.
A big personal loss left Joeleen feeling lost and confused. See how she persevered.
Jack enjoys art and bringing characters to life. He hopes for a career in digital animation.
Janaya struggled in high school, then took control. She upcycles and reinvents clothes.
Maxwell has a passion for music and the environment. Future plans may include both.
Golf taught this state champ to cope with anxiety. See where Gabrielle is at now.
Stefany didn't speak English when she began high school. Now she translates for others.
PSD seniors receive impressive scholarships and military academy appointments
Seniors excelled academically and were selected for prestigious scholarships including National Merit Scholars, National Hispanic Scholars and Daniels Fund Scholars. Achievements listed here!
PSD celebrates the achievements of OU and GED graduates
Opportunities Unlimited is a re-engagement program for students who were off track for graduation or who left high school in PSD. OU students worked toward their diplomas or GED while enrolled in Front Range Community College courses.
The GED program is for anyone, age 17 or older, in the community wanting to earn a GED.The class is free and there is scholarship money available to help with the testing fees.
Congratulations to Cooper Home, Community Connections and Project Search graduates!
PSD is thrilled to honor the accomplishments of the 14 graduates from transitional programs. Future plans for some of these grads include working at local businesses and organizations (including PSD!), and attending day programs and therapy. One graduate is saving money for a tiny house. Learn more about who they are and their future plans.