A couple of my friends have high school seniors that are going to graduate next week. I'm sharing in their happy/sad emotions because my son is graduating 8th grade.

If you feel like you blinked and May is almost over, you are not alone. As I started putting this article together, I realized that NEXT week is the final week of the 2022-2023 school year. Some of the schools have a limit on the number of tickets each student can have. Keep the weather in mind, because outdoor commencements could be moved indoors if it rains.

But first, a little advice for our graduates:

Photo: Canva
Photo: Canva

"Whatever you do, don't date him. Worry about education and finding yourself." Jackie Anna Schaefer

"The only person you have to answer to at the end of the day is yourself. So do what makes you happy!" Madison Bockelman

"Money is ok, but you can’t take it where you’re going to end up. Make memories with the family you’re going to have in the future. Make the sacrifices to enjoy your family and remember that your job is just a job." James Holman

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Monday, May 22, 2023

Academy For Innovative Studies (AIS) - AIS Diamond Ave - 5:00 PM

North High School - Bundrant Stadium - 6:30 PM

Central High School - Central High School Football Stadium - 8:00 PM

Tuesday, May 23, 2023

New Tech Institute - 5:00 PM

EVSC Virtual Academy - 6:30 PM

Harwood - 8:00 PM

Wednesday, May 24, 2023

Reitz High School - 350 Dreier Blvd - 5:00 PM

Bosse High School - Enlow Stadium - 6:30 PM

Harrison High School - Romain Stadium - 8:00 PM

Photo: EVSC (Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation)
Photo: EVSC (Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation)

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