• Congrats Class of 2021!

FHS Senior Events

  • Car Parade

    FHS Graduate Car Parade - Wednesday, May 19

    Parade line up at Our Lady of Sorrows School, 24040 Raphael Rd., Farmington. Graduates are asked to be there between 5:30 and 6 p.m. Parade will start promptly at 6 p.m.

    Invite your family and friends to cheer the class of 2021 on from the parade route!

    PLEASE NOTE: This event is NOT taking the place of the Graduation Ceremony. Graduation will be held Sunday, June 13 at Farmington High School.

    See flyer for complete guidelines and details. See photos and videos from the parade


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  • Class of 2021 Senior Sunset - Thursday, May 20

    Join your senior class for sunset on their last official day of classes at FHS! 

    To commemorate the last day of physical attendance, seniors are invited to watch the sunset over Falcon Field from their cars in the student parking lot. Sunset is at 8:53 p.m. 


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  • Senior Reflections - Wednesday, June 9

    Our traditional Senior Honors Ceremony (“Reflections”) will be held on Wednesday, June 9 at 7 p.m. This will be a pre-recorded virtual ceremony with a live release time. We encourage all of our seniors and their families to tune in together for this important celebration of the class of 2021.


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  • FHS Graduation 2021 - Sunday, June 13

    Graduation Flyer

    Updated June 1

    Our Graduation Ceremony will be held on Sunday, June 13, on our stadium field. 

    We are writing to provide a critical update on our plans for our graduation ceremonies at Farmington High School.  As you may be aware, recent legislation has loosened restrictions on graduation ceremonies across the state.  In light of this development, we have worked across the district to make some adjustments to our plans for Sunday, June 13th.

    Previous plans to hold two smaller ceremonies at each school have been changed to provide for one ceremony at each building on our home stadium fields.  On Sunday, June 13th, Farmington High School will graduate the class of 2021 at 9:00 a.m. on Falcon Field. Graduates will be expected to arrive no later than 30 minutes prior to the ceremonies. Gates will open one hour before the ceremonies.

    With the entire class in one ceremony and the constraints of our athletic facilities, we are able to expand from three guests per graduate, but must still limit the number of participants to no more than four (4) spectators per graduate.  We will provide tickets directly to our graduates.  Additionally, parking on site will be limited to one car per graduate, with additional parking available off site. We will run shuttles from these off site areas. 

    Communication will follow from the individual schools with additional details, including specific information on the pick up of tickets and parking permits, satellite parking options, and more.

    When we began working with our students and parents several months ago, we heard a strong desire to celebrate this final moment as a class all together.  Although moving to one ceremony will present some logistical challenges for us, we are very pleased that this change will bring us closer to what the vast majority of our graduating seniors want and deserve. 

     

    • We are asking all graduates and their guests to arrive 30 minutes prior to beginning of the ceremony. 
    • The ceremony will be livestreamed for those unable to physically attend.
    • To protect the artificial turf on our stadium field, absolutely no heels or other footwear that could puncture the surface will be allowed.
    • Because this is an outdoor ceremony, we encourage everyone to wear sunscreen and dress appropriately for the weather.
    • A handicap seating section will be provided for those in need of accommodations.
    • We strive to provide a dignified ceremony for our graduates. Air horns, other artificial noisemakers, and anything else that will detract from ensuring a respectful celebration of all of our graduates will not be permitted.
    • In the event of inclement weather, our ceremony will be rescheduled for the evening of Monday, June 14.
    • Out of respect that this is a formal ceremony that will be live streamed, students should not decorate their caps.

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  • Graduation Live Stream


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  • Senior All Night Party - Sunday, June 13

    On behalf of our parent planning committee, we are excited to tell you that the Senior All
    Night Party will take place on graduation night, June 13. The party is at Zap Zone from 11
    pm to 4 am. We are taking all the necessary safety precautions and mitigation procedures
    to keep our seniors safe yet still allow them to participate in this FHS tradition.
    Complete details can be found at https://www.fhssanpmi.com. Tickets are $90, and until
    May 1, anyone who registers and buys their ticket will be entered into a drawing for a
    FREE entry to SANP (you will get a full refund of your payment if you win). So hurry and
    get your tickets this week!

    We are also in need of parents to help with planning and fundraising, so please sign-up at
    FHS SANP: FHS 2021 Senior All Night Party Volunteer Sign Up (signupgenius.com). We
    will need parents to help the night of the party as well, and that sign-up will be out soon.
    If you have any questions, you can contact the SANP planning committee from the website
    above.


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  • Senior Alumni Prom - Tuesday, June 15

    When presented with the mitigation measures that would need to be in place for a school-sanctioned prom, our senior class, based on survey data from their classmates, overwhelmingly expressed a desire to organize an Alumni Prom after graduation.

    Senior class officers are in the process of organizing this event. Students will meet at Warner Mansion at 3 p.m. and then head to Riverside Marina in Detroit for Prom from 6-11 p.m.


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