Highland Lakes seniors graduating this weekend

MARBLE FALLS — Commencement season is here again. Six area high schools are getting ready to send the next wave of graduates into the world over the next several days.

In this week’s edition of The Picayune, you’ll find two special sections with all the area’s graduates.

Faith Academy of Marble Falls has already held its ceremonies, but there’s still plenty left for area residents to celebrate. So if your graduate hasn’t filled you in on the date, time and location of their graduation or you’re just a resident looking to wish the next round of graduates good luck, here are a list of high school graduations.

• Lyndon B. Johnson High School — May 27 at the high school gym, 505 N. Nugent in Johnson City. Ceremony starts at 7 p.m. with doors opening at 6 p.m. Go to jc.txed.net.

• Llano High School — May 27 at the high school auditorium, 2509 Texas 16 South in Llano. Graduation starts at 8 p.m. Go to llanoisd.org for more information.

• Quest High School — May 26 at the Burnet High School auditorium, 1000 The Green Mile in Burnet. Ceremony starts at 7 p.m. Go to burnetcisd.net.

• Falls Career High School — May 27 at First Baptist Church, 901 La Ventana Drive in Marble Falls. Ceremony starts at 7 p.m. Go to fchs.marblefallsisd.org.

• Burnet High School — May 27 at Bulldog Field, 1000 The Green Mile in Burnet. Graduation starts at 7:30 p.m. Parking is available in the normal spots as it would be for any football game.

If the ceremony needs to moved indoors, it would take place in the high school gym, 1000 The Green Mile. Graduating seniors will receive a limited number of rain tickets during graduation rehearsal. Only individuals with rain tickets will be allowed to enter the gym.

Anyone without a rain ticket can watch the ceremony on a large screen in the high school auditorium through a live video and audio feed.

• Marble Falls High School — May 28 at Mustang Stadium, 2101 Mustang Drive in Marble Falls. Ceremony starts at 8 p.m. Parking is available in the high school parking lot or the stadium’s visitor parking lot off Manzano Mile.

If the ceremony must be moved inside to Max Copeland Gymnasium, only people with tickets will be allowed in. Each graduate will receive four tickets to hand out. Those without tickets can watch the ceremony via a live feed in the high school gym or auditorium.

District officials will decide by noon May 28 whether the graduation will be at the stadium or inside. The district will also live stream the graduation online at youtube.com/c/MFHSProductions/live.

Go to marblefallsisd.org for more information or follow Marble Falls High School Principal Manny Lunoff on Twitter @MFHS_Principal for updates.

editor@thepicayune.com

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