Rehearsal /Ceremony /Transportation

Rehearsal Details & Transportation Information for Seniors (Graduation Day)

  • The graduation ceremony for the Class of 2024 will be held at Denver University, Magness Arena at 5:00 pm on Saturday, May 25, 2024.
  • A mandatory graduation rehearsal will be held at Littleton High School in the South Gym before graduation at 2:00 pm on May 25, 2024. Students may drive themselves or be dropped off at LHS. Upon completion of the rehearsal, all graduating seniors will be bused to Denver University.
  • Graduates should come for the rehearsal dressed nicely according to the graduation dress guidelines listed below. Graduates should bring their caps and gowns on a hanger. Once at LHS, graduates will not be permitted to leave for Denver University until the rehearsal is complete.
  • Students, please do not bring your cell phones to the rehearsal or the ceremony. If an adult sees you with your phone, your phone will be taken and placed in a checked area. It will be available for your retrieval after graduation ends. Again, we ask that you do not bring your phone at all to the rehearsal/graduation.
  • RECESSIONAL - Following the ceremony, ALL graduates will pick up their diploma as well as retrieve any personal items in the adjacent gym at DU. Family members can meet their graduates on the west side of the Ritchie Center near the soccer stadium. Buses will be available to transport any graduates needing transportation back to Littleton High School. If busing is needed, students should meet at the front entrance of the Ritchie Center where graduates were dropped off. Buses will depart at 7:30 pm. All other graduates are welcome to leave DU with their family/friends. 

Dress Requirements

You should come to LHS dressed for the ceremony with your cap (including tassel) and gown on a hanger. Plan carefully! Administrators will send students home to change if their attire is not appropriate. In order for our graduates to make the best appearance as a group and participate in the ceremony, we reauire the following:

  • shirts with collar (no tank tops)

  • dress pants, dresses (no jeans or shorts)

  • dress shoes - flats are best (no flip-flops, tennis shoes, hiking boots)

Graduates are asked to leave all personal items with a family member or in their vehicles, as no items, including cell phones, are to be carried with them at the rehearsal or the ceremony. We will have boxes for car keys but will not be responsible for purses, cell phones, or other bulky items.


Littleton High School recognizes the diversity of our student body and wants our students to be able to proudly display objects of cultural or religious significance at our graduation ceremony. All graduation participants must wear a standard Littleton High School approved cap and gown to participate in the graduation ceremony. Students may decorate their cap at graduation and/or wear adornment that respectfully and appropriately reflects their culture or religion. Littleton High School administration reserves the right to prohibit a graduate from wearing or displaying anything that is controversial in nature, or likely to cause substantial disruption of, or material interference with, the graduation ceremony. If an item is deemed by an administrator to cause a disruption or be controversial, the student must remove the item in order to participate in the graduation ceremony. Items will be returned to students following the graduation ceremony. 

There will be a senior class meeting held on Wednesday, May 1st with all seniors to review appropriate regalia and what is acceptable for the graduation ceremony. What is not permitted? Anything that is controversial or offensive in nature, political, racist, disruptive, lewd or profane, cultural appropriation, or coded language/acronyms. If an item is deemed by an administrator to cause a disruption or be controversial, the student must remove the item in order to participate in the graduation ceremony. Administrators will briefly check all students before walking out to the ceremony. Any item that is not allowed will be returned to the student following graduation. A substitute cap or gown will be provided to the student, so that they are able to participate.