Class of 2014: AISD Graduation Ceremonies Celebrate School and Student Achievement
District's graduation rate has reached all-time high of 82.5 percent
AUSTIN, Texas—The Austin Independent School District will celebrate school and student achievements—including the millions of dollars in scholarships graduates have earned for college—during graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2014 June 3-7.
AISD's graduation rate has reached an all-time high of 82.5 percent. Since 2008, graduation rates among AISD's high school seniors have risen steadily from 74.3 percent.
Schedule for Graduation Ceremonies
Tuesday, June 3
- Rosedale (at Rosedale School)—2 p.m.
Wednesday, June 4
- Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders—2 p.m.
- Reagan High School—4 p.m.
- Eastside Memorial High School—6 p.m.
- Garza High School—7:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 5
- Crockett High School—11 a.m.
- McCallum High School—1:30 p.m.
- Travis High School—4 p.m.
- Austin High School—7 p.m.
Friday, June 6
- Anderson High School—10 a.m.
- LBJ High School and the Liberal Arts and Science Academy—1 p.m.
- Lanier High School—4 p.m.
- Akins High School—7 p.m.
Saturday, June 7
- Premier at Lanier and Travis high schools (LBJ Auditorium at UT)—1 p.m.
- Bowie High School—3:30 p.m.
Parking and Shuttle Service
Due to construction of the Dell Medical Center Project, parking and access to the Frank Erwin Center will be severely affected through the end of 2014.
The Erwin Center advises visitors to check parking maps a few days before graduation for the most current updates.
AISD strongly encourages all families and friends to use the district's free shuttles to travel to and from the graduation ceremonies. The district also asks guests to plan to arrive early and to be prepared to be re-routed by the Austin Police Department at several intersections.
Family and Guest Guide to Graduation 2014
AISD's schools will provide parents with a letter, which includes information about:
- parking at the Frank Erwin Center
- places to meet
- where to enter the building
- items that cannot be brought into the building and
- where to meet graduates after the ceremony.
Parents also may contact schools for information about specific ceremonies.
For more information about graduation, please visit the Austin ISD website.