Seniors / Graduation

Graduation Information

Fines

All Fines must be cleared through the bookkeeper and/or library IN ORDER TO PICK UP CAP AND GOWN AND WALK DURING GRADUATION by:

  • 12:00 p.m., Friday, May 10, 2019 in order to receive a yearbook. Distribution will be on Monday, May 13 at 1:30 p.m. in the Student Center.
  • 12:00 p.m., Friday, May 17, 2019 in order to pick up a cap and gown.

Cap and gown pickup

Friday, May 17, 1:00-1:30 p.m., cap and gown pick up in the Athletic Entrance. Seniors must enter through the Athletic Entrance only. Doors will not open until 1:00 p.m. Due to time restriction the doors will close at 1:30 p.m. The LINK assemby will run between 1:30-2:15 p.m. Please know that Friday, May 17, is a mandatory school day. If a student is unable to pick up a cap and gown, please e-mail the activities secretary Lynn James at ljames[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us to make arrangements.

Deadline for refunds will be due to Jostens, in writing, by Friday, May 31, 2019. If you have questions concerning cap/gowns, rings, or announcements, please contact Jostens at 303-985-0095.

If you still need to order a Cap & Gown and Graduation Announcements, you can do that online at www.jostens.com.


Graduations pictures and videos

Ceremony: LifeTouch professional photographers will take candid photographs of each graduate during the ceremony.  A proof will be emailed and mailed home. In addition, a brochure will be inserted in the graduation cap & gown bag on May 1. A graduate may elect to order a package but is not obligated to do so. Photos will be available online 48 hours after the commencement. To place an order please visit their website events.lifetouch.com or contact the ordering department at (303) 565-5229.  For any questions contact colorado[at]lifetouch[dot]com or contact Lifetouch at    (866) 955-8342. Pictures will be mailed home in June. 


Bus transportation for graduates and parents

Buses will transport graduates and parents from Heritage High School to the Littleton High School gymnasium starting at 9:00 a.m.

Guests will be shuttled from the Arapahoe Community College parking lot beginning at 8:30 a.m. on graduation morning. Due to traffic conditions shuttle buses may take up to 1/2 hour to arrive at the stadium. Drop off will be at the south parking lot entrance. Guests will have a short walk to the stadium. Adequate parking for spectators will be available in the Arapahoe Community College student lot. Return shuttle service will begin immediately after the ceremony at the earlier drop-off point. Spectators may experience delays in entering and leaving the parking lot. The ONLY AVAILABLE parking for graduation will be in the Arapahoe Community College lot or Heritage High School. Chauffeur services may be a viable option. 

Handicap parking at the stadium is on a first come first serve basis.  If possible, please utilize the parking at ACC and ride the buses; wheelchair lift bus will be available. Wheelchair access is available at the top of the stadium.

The admission gate for parents will open at 8:00 a.m. Please be aware that entrance to Littleton High School is not allowed and parking is not allowed in the Student /Teacher parking areas of Littleton High School. 


Day of graduation

Graduation will be held on May 25, 2019 at the Ritchie Center - Denver University


Appropriate behavior for a traditional ceremony

The high school graduation ceremony is a “once in a lifetime” occasion for students to be recognized for achieving the academic requirements as set forth by the school and community. The ceremony itself is a very visible and expensive event. It is a time set aside for honoring the Class of 2019, both collectively and individually. Students wear the academic robes and mortarboards in recognition of their academic achievement. They are dressed alike because they have a common bond with each other and with all former graduates who have worn the cap and gown at the time of their high school graduation. Students are recognized individually when their names are called and when they shake hands with school administrators. As you know, this ceremony marks the completion of thirteen years of public education and the beginning of future adult paths. We are proud to celebrate this special occasion; however, because of the importance attached to the occasion, we ask that our pride be demonstrated with dignity. 

Spectators can help greatly by not applauding, cheering, whistling, etc. when a favorite student’s name is called. The noise from such outbursts often obscures the next student’s name. We will move quickly through the names of approximately 400 seniors. It is most helpful if the cheering and applause may be given at one time after the last student’s name is read. The Senior Class and the Heritage staff hope to make our ceremony this year the best ever. We do appreciate your help. 


Required dress for students

In order for the graduates to make the best appearance as a group, we require the following dress: 

Boys: White (or light colored) shirts with collars 
Dress slacks (long pants, no jeans and no shorts) 
Dress shoes (no hiking boots, sandals or tennis shoes) 

Girls: Dresses or dress slacks (no jeans, tube tops, casual or cut off shorts) 
Dress shoes (no hiking boots, flip flops or tennis shoes) 
Since students will be walking rapidly and down a slope, from the gymnasium down to the stadium field, we recommend sturdy, flat shoes. 

Graduates should not bring flowers, purses, phones, keys, cameras or other valuables to the graduation ceremony.  In addition, NOTHING can be worn on the cap or over the robe other than academic medals and/or honor cords. 

IF ATTIRE IS DEEMED UNACCEPTABLE, YOU WILL BE ASKED TO RETURN HOME FOR THE DESCRIBED ATTIRE.


Graduation ticket distribution information

Tickets are for inside ceremony only.

5 indoor tickets will be issued for each student at no charge during cap and gown distribution. Tickets are inserted in the cap/gown bag. 

  • 3 red tickets will allow guests to sit in the Main Gym to view the ceremony in person. 

  • 2 navy tickets will allow guests to be seated in the theatre to watch the ceremony via live video feed.

EXTRA TICKETS ARE NOT AVAILABLE due to seating limitations. 

Important Dates

August 17 Senior Sunrise @ 8:00 a. m. - 8:30 a.m. Senior Wall

 

August 20 Advisory - Senior Class Picture Main Gym

August 31 Advisory - Senior Signatures for yearbook Classrooms

September 28 Advisory - Senior Signatures for yearbook Classrooms

October 8 Advisory - Senior Class Meeting Regarding Announcements, Caps and Gowns  Theatre

October 16 and 17  Cap/Gown Orders 11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. and @ Parent Teacher Conferences 4:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Main Lobby 

March 1  Graduation Announcement Pick-Up 11:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Student Center

March 4  Advisory - Senior Class Meeting Theatre

March 7 Makeup Grad Announcement Delivery @ Parent Teacher Conference Main Lobby

TBD Graduation Auditions TBD TBD

April 22 Advisory - Senior Class Meeting - Graduation Information Theatre

May 7    Prom "Guest Request Form" Deadline by 3:00 p.m. Forms On-line Under General Return to Activities Office

May 10 Student Fines Must Be Paid by 12 p.m. to Pick Up a Yearbook See BookKeeper

May 11 Prom  8:00-11:00 p.m Wings Over The Rockies

May 11 and 12 After-Prom  11:30 p.m. - 2:00 a.m. HHS

May 13  Senior Yearbook Distribution   3:30 p.m. Student Center

May 17  Senior Scram  Soccer  Field

May 17 Seniors Last Day! ALL Fines Must Be Paid by 12:00 p.m. For Cap/Gown Pick Up   See Bookkeeper

May 17 Cap and gown Pick Up Athletic Entrance

May 17  LINK Assembly   Main gym

Senior Picture Information

For complete details about yearbook picture specifications and deadlines, please connect to the Yearbook Site.